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This class will immerse the student into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack and secure their own systems. The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems. Students will begin by understanding how perimeter defences work and then be lead into scanning and attacking their own networks, no real networks is harmed. Students then learn how intruders escalate privileges and what steps can be taken to secure a system.
Anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure and significantly benefit Security officers, auditors, security Professionals, site administrators.
Our Training Method :
Train in a ready-to-learn comfortable environment
Interact with Cyber Security Specialist & Security expert instructors
Get hands-on labs, industry oriented experience
Results-oriented course content
Highest Pass Rates
Choose from Day, Evening & Weekend Classes to meet your busy schedule.
Real time Placement assistance on successful completion of the course.
Modules :-Introduction to Ethical Hacking
-Foot printing and Reconnaissance
-Evading IDS, Firewalls and Honey pots
-Denial of Service
-Hacking web server's
-Hacking web applications
-Hacking Wireless Networks
-Hacking Mobile Platforms
Session and Training Schedule:
Weekdays (30 days) – 5 days/week
2 Hours/day - 1 Hour Theory, 1 Hour Practical
Weekends (4 weeks) – 2 days/week
4 Hours/day - 2 Hours Theory, 2 hours Practical
Our Institute Location:
Redback IT Solutions Private Limited,
#AL 24 TNHB PHASE III,
Sathuvacheri,( Near Vallalar Water Tank)
Our Training Locations :
Vellore | Gudiyatham | Kanchipuram
As new technological innovations continue to proliferate in our society, so do the opportunities for technology exploitation. Once a mere nuisance, hackers now threaten private citizens, businesses, and government agencies.
Government and law enforcement agencies need skilled professionals who can join the fight against cyber crime, cyber terrorism, identity theft, and the exploitation of minors. Companies and other private sector organizations need skilled professionals with both business acumen and technology skills for recognizing and mitigating vulnerabilities.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov) predicts there will be over 65,000 new jobs for "Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and Network Architects" by 2020.
The Cyber Forensics and Information Security program combines the disciplines of technology, business, organizational behaviour, and law. Students learn techniques used to detect, respond to, and prevent network intrusions. They also master broader concepts such as the responsible use of resources, the appropriate management of risks, and the alignment of information technology with the organization.
Join the fast-paced world of cyber security with a Cyber Forensics and Information Security major
Information is like the lifeblood for organisations of all sizes, types and industry sectors. It needs to be managed and protected, and when there is a breach or crime committed involving leaked or stolen information, the perpetrators must be identified and prosecuted.
Benefit from our modern approach to IT learning
Our teaching staff are forward-thinking professionals who are passionate about IT and highly active in generating policy and change within the industry.
You will also benefit from limited class sizes and an open door policy designed to help you gain the support and assistance you need through this intensive and comprehensive course.
Forge a career in big business, government or law enforcement
As a cyber forensics specialist you will find yourself at the cutting edge of the management, protection and forensic investigation of information security threats - working in big business or law enforcement.
Internet of Things (IOT) – is an upcoming technology known as the next generation of Internet. This Technology aids in connecting devices such as everyday consumer objects and industrial equipment onto the network, enabling information gathering and management of these devices via software to enhance the efficiency, enable new services or achieve other health, safety, or environmental benefits.
According to Gartner’s study, the world will be a more deeply and intimately connected place, with an estimated 7.3 billion tablets, PCs and Smartphone’s, by the end of this decade. By the year 2020, IoT is likely to expand at even more rapid rate – to 26 billion connected devices around the globe.
The IT professionals and students who are keen on knowing more and learn IoT, Collabera TACT has introduced the course ‘Internet of Things’ – the next big thing in the IT industry, to enhance their skills from our best Industry Experts across Asia. Through this IoT training, candidates will learn how to derive deep business insight from this technology by upscaling their skills from Collabera TACT and be future ready.
Computer certifications exist for a single purpose: to provide a measurable account of a specific set of skills and/or product knowledge. If you are an expert, a certification is proof. If you are not yet an expert, the path you must take to become certified will provide you with the tools to become one.
There are many paths to certification and the first step is to do some research. Spend some time defining your current skills, deciding where you want to take your career, and then look at the certifications that are applicable to your goals.
There are several resources on this site that will help you decide what, if any, certifications are right for you to help you in crafting your personal certification strategy, here are some of the certifications that are expected to be most in demand in 2015.
Demand for project management skills continues to increase, especially as IT projects continue to increase in complexity. The PMP has emerged as one of the most in-demand certifications today, precisely because it demonstrates proficiency in managing those complex projects. The PMP test itself is rigorous, and maintaining the certification requires ongoing testing and effort, which makes the PMP certification all the more valuable to potential employers.
2. Cisco CCNA :
The CCNA is the first of three levels of certification offered by Cisco. The next two are the CCNP and CCIE. I would put all three on this list, but that would be redundant. The CCIE is one of the most respected certifications out there. Getting a CCNA is just one step to that goal. There are six different tracks to choose from for the CCNA and you have the ability to focus on a specific area by getting a specialist certification.
3.Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) :
A Certified Ethical Hacker V8 is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker.
4. Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) :
Microsoft certifications continue to be in high demand, because Microsoft continues to enjoy a strong presence in the corporate computing landscape. Like its predecessor the MCSE, the MCITP candidate can choose to specialize in a number of different domains, from desktop support to server administration to a number of specific applications, like Exchange and Lync. Some of the most valuable MCITP specializations include virtualization on the Microsoft Hyper-V platform, and SharePoint Server administration, to name a couple.
5.Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) :
The CISSP certification demonstrates knowledge of IT security across a number of domains, covering everything from network security to application security to formation and management of security policies for the enterprise. The CISSP also requires more than simply passing a test to maintain the certification - those who hold the certification are required to demonstrate on-going experience and education in the field of IT security over time.
6.Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) :
According to a recent survey by jobs site Dice.com, 8 out of 10 respondents indicated that hiring Linux talent was a priority for 2012, and Red Hat Linux continues to make serious headway in the enterprise. The RHCE is a challenging certification to obtain, and requires advanced knowledge of a range of Red Hat systems administration tasks. The RHCE becomes even more valuable with the completion of any of a number of optional Certificates of Expertise, which cover a range of topics such as system clustering and virtualization.
7.Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) v3 Foundation :
The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation certification demonstrates knowledge of the ITIL framework, which has evolved into the de facto standard for IT management in many enterprises. Companies are on the lookout for those who can demonstrate knowledge of ITIL and IT service management, especially as corporate IT organizations begin to treat IT more like a business by introducing service management standards and practices.
8.VMware Certified Professional (VCP) :
Virtualization has been a very hot area in IT for years now, and demand for IT professionals with virtualization skills will only continue to increase throughout 2012 and beyond. While there are a number of options for virtual platforms in today's marketplace, most private clouds (and many public clouds) in the enterprise utilize VMware as their preferred virtualization platform. The VCP demonstrates a level of proficiency in provisioning, maintaining and supporting VMware-based virtualization platforms, and indicates a level of general proficiency in virtualization as an IT skill.
9. CompTia Security+ :
Two years of networking experience is recommended for this certification so the true IT newbie might be in over their head with this one. However, security is a big issue and if you have the familiarity to take the one exam required, the Security+ cert works as a prerequisite for the MCSA and CNE.
10. CompTia's Network+ :
The Network+ certification is excellent for those who need general networking knowledge that is not vendor-based. It covers the basics of installing, troubleshooting, and configuring networking protocols and services. Most people need some experience before taking the $150 exam and an A+ certification is recommended. The Network+ combined with an A+ certification can be used as an elective towards a Microsoft MCSA.
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