In a way, an ethical hacker is like an undercover agent. Companies hire them to invade systems and spot security-related vulnerabilities from the inside. This allows the company to then build immunity to threats that could otherwise topple their whole operation.
Companies of varying sizes (according to Cybint Solutions, 43% of cyber attacks are targeted at small businesses) are paying big money for good-hearted hackers capable of providing them with a robust cybersecurity system. It’s even predicted that by 2021, cybersecurity expenditure worldwide will rise to over $6 trillion.
Intrigued? You can learn about ethical hacking (also known as white hat hacking) with the Complete Ethical Hacking Certification course, an online class that’s on sale for 93% off.
This 21-hour course covers the tools and skills you need to get started in the industry. In addition to demystifying what hacking really is, it also fills you in on over 250 attack technologies that malicious hackers use, and how to plan a counterattack. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the critical issues plaguing the information security industry, as well as explore different types of viruses, virus analysis, computer worms, malware analysis procedure, and corresponding countermeasures.
By the time you finish the course, you’ll hopefully have the skills needed to pass the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker Exam 312-50 and maybe even land a high-paying job.
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