A Certified Penetration Testing Engineer imagines all of the ways that a hacker can penetrate a data system. You have to go beyond what you learned as an Ethical Hacker because pen testing explores technical and non-technical ways of breaching security to gain access to a system. Our C)PTE course is built on proven hands-on methods utilized by our international group of vulnerability consultants.
In this course you will learn 5 Key Elements of Pen Testing; Information Gathering, Scanning, Enumeration, Exploitation and Reporting. Plus, discover the latest vulnerabilities and the techniques malicious hackers are using to acquire and destroy data. Additionally, you will learn more about the business skills needed to identify protection opportunities, justify testing activities and optimize security controls appropriate to the business needs in order to reduce business risk.
Students attending this course will receive: course ebook, online labs with lab guide, online videos to guide through the workbook, Exam prep and Exam simulator, complimentary exam and re-take. Once you have passed your certification exam you will receive your Mile2 Certificate and Badge as well as become listed in the Mile2 searchable database for employers.
SEC342 is the third course in the Penetration Testing Specialist Certificate. To complete the certificate students will also enroll in SEC232, SEC332, & SEC432. Click on each course link for more details and to add to cart.
- Module 1 - Business & Technical Logistics of Pen Testing
- Module 2 - Information Gathering Reconnaissance -Passive (External Only)
- Module 3 - Detecting Live Systems
- Module 4 - Banner Grabbing and Enumeration
- Module 5 - Automated Vulnerability Assessment
- Module 6 - Hacking an OS
- Module 7 - Advanced Assessment and Exploitation Techniques
- Module 8 - Evasion Techniques
- Module 9 - Hacking with PowerShell
- Module 10 - Networks and Sniffing
- Module 11 - Hacking Web Tech
- Module 12 - Mobile and loT Hacking
- Module 13 - Report Writing Basics
Prerequisites- Mile2 C)PEH or equivalent knowledge - 12 months of Networking Experience - Sound Knowledge of TCP/IP - Basic Knowledge of Linux - Microsoft Security experience
Duration5 Days | 10 Nights
*Academic Unit eligibility to be determined by college/university in which you are enrolled in a degree seeking program.