Think of it as a potential change in career.
With all the cybercrime going on, companies are increasingly looking for “legal hackers” or “penetration testers” to help probe and improve their networks, applications, and other computer systems with the ultimate goal of preventing data theft and fraud.
How fun does that sound?
Although perhaps not as fun as the illegal stuff, the plus side of becoming a legal hacker is that you get to earn a decent living and stay out of jail.
So what’s this “easy” way of becoming an ethical hacker? Through an online course, obviously.
NEWORDER, the information security and corporate threat protection service, not only provides strategic and tactical insight into an organisation’s actual state of security, but they have now created an online ethical hacking course – ideal for those of you who are unable to attend classroom training, yet are aching for the title.
The ideal course for a person who wants to start a career in Information Security, here’s what you need to know:
[T]he world’s most advanced certified ethical hacking (CEH) course, the CEH covers 18 of the most current security domains any individual will ever want to know when they are planning to beef-up the information security posture of their organisation.
The accredited course provides the advanced hacking tools and techniques used by hackers and information security professionals.
Available through HAXEDONLINE, if becoming a legal hacker isn’t speaking to the future information security person in you, then there are other certified courses you can choose from:
You can check out what each of those entails by popping over here.
To add more value to your interest, NEWORDER is offering you the chance to earn a discount by referring your friends. The more friends who sign up, the more discount you can earn and, by December, NEWORDER is giving away a 100% discount voucher for the “Certified Ethical Hacker V9” course.
Read all about how, here.
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