Explore the fundamentals of cyber security and ethical hacking in CS-101. This course provides an introduction to hacking, vulnerability discovery, and the mindset and toolset of an attacker. By understanding how systems are targeted, you will learn how to strengthen defenses and enhance security. CS-101 is the initial step on your journey to becoming an Ethical Hacker or a Security Professional. After completing this course, you'll view the internet from an attacker's perspective, comprehend attacker motivations, and gain insights into the world of hacking. This course is part of the Ethical Hacking Series.
What Will You Receive?
- Foundational knowledge of ethical hacking and cyber security.
- Insights into hacker motivations and the hacking landscape.
- Skills to identify vulnerabilities and bolster system security.
This course is suitable for:
- IT security officers.
- Security professionals.
- Web Site administrators.
- Individuals concerned about network infrastructure integrity.
This course is ideal for individuals with a basic understanding of TCP/IP and operating systems. While no prior ethical hacking experience is necessary, it is recommended.
- Pass the course on your first attempt or receive free retraining within one year.
- Money-back guarantee if unsatisfied after 16 hours of classes, no questions asked.
- Additional day dedicated to exam preparation.
- Free exam readiness assessment.
- Access to a bank of exam prep questions.
- Mock/practice test prior to the real exam.
- Exam Pass Guarantee - one free resit and training.
- Post-training mentoring and coaching benefit.
- CV detoxing, job hunting skills, and interview preparation.
- Access to major security events worldwide.
- Special discounts for existing students.
- Video lectures.
- Lifetime access to the course portal.
While no ethical hacking experience is required, it is recommended that you possess:
- Basic understanding of TCP/IP.
- Familiarity with operating systems.
What will I learn?
- The difference between "hacking" and "ethical hacking."
- The five phases of ethical hacking.
- Techniques for identifying vulnerabilities.
- Strategies for defending against common attacks.