About the course
Today, Java is embedded in more than 3 billion devices such as laptops, data centers, game consoles, super computers, mobile phones, smart cards, and many more. Java is widely adopted because of its platform and architecture independent characteristics that encourages developers and industry alike.
Why Attend this Course?
EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) complements the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification by exploring the analytical phase of ethical hacking. While CEH exposes the learner to hacking tools and technologies, ECSA takes it a step further by exploring how to analyze the outcome from these tools and technologies. Through groundbreaking penetration testing methods and techniques, ECSA class helps students perform the intensive assessments required to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of the infrastructure.
What Makes this Course Stand Apart?
This makes ECSA a relevant milestone towards achieving EC-Council’s Licensed Penetration Tester, which also ingrains the learner in the business aspect of penetration testing. The Licensed Penetration Tester standardizes the knowledge base for penetration testing professionals by incorporating the best practices followed by experienced experts in the field.
The objective of EC-Council Certified Security Analyst is to add value to the experienced security professionals by helping them analyze the outcomes of their tests. ECSA leads the learner into the advanced stages of ethical hacking.
What you will Learn?
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
* Understand the various elements of security concerns due to intrusions and also information security standards and laws to protect the data
* Understand the various components of the TCP/IP model and its security
* Identify what should be tested and which type of penetration testing needs to perform
* Prepare ‘Rules of Behavior’ agreement that outlines the framework for external and internal penetration testing and Rules of Engagement (ROE) to overcome legal, federal, and policy-related restrictions
* Develop the penetration test plan to perform external and internal network penetration testing in the organization
* Gather information about the target company, perform vulnerability analysis and list the areas that need testing and penetration
* Perform Firewall, IDS, password cracking, social engineering, web application, SQL, etc. penetration testing in the organization
* Create a final penetration testing report