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[Infographic] Understanding Ethical Hacking

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 6, 2018 4:30:37 PM / by Paul Ricketts posted in CEH training, ethical hacking

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Not all hackers are cybercriminals. Increasingly businesses are employing ethical hackers (also known as white hat hackers) to break into their computer networks to expose vulnerabilities. Ethical hacking has become a mainstream niche within the IT Industry, employing a highly skilled cohort of programmers and computer experts. In this info-graphic we lay out the differences between black hat and white hat hackers, differentiating between cybercriminals and ethical hackers.
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7 Reasons Why An Ethical Hacker Should Get Certified

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 16, 2018 1:53:42 PM / by Paul Ricketts posted in CEH training, EC-Council, ethical hacking

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According to the 2018 Hacker Report less than 5% of today’s ethical hackers learned their skills in a classroom. While the majority of ethical hackers do have some form of computer qualification, few have formal certification in the discipline itself. So why would an ethical hacker need anything as ‘establishment’ as formal training and certification?

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The Steps to Becoming a Penetration Tester

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 22, 2013 9:35:26 AM / by The TrainACE Team posted in ceh, certified ethical hacker, Cisco, ethical hacker, ethical hacking, how to become a penetration tester, Online Training, penetration tester, penetration testing, pentest, pentest training, Programming

[fa icon="comment"] 0 Comments to statistics provided by, the cost of cyber crime will top $100 billion this year. Cyber crime affects 18 victims per second for a total of around 556 million victims per year. Just recently, the FBI warned that cyber attacks have eclipsed domestic terrorism as the primary threat to U.S. security. Penetration testers use their skills to help organizations fix vulnerabilities in their systems. But what are the steps to becoming a penetration tester?

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