Certified Penetration Testing Engineer
About this course:
A pen-test or infiltration test is an endeavor to measure the safety of an IT framework by securely attempt to exploit vulnerabilities. Such vulnerabilities may present in services and application flaws, operating systems, risky end-user behavior or inappropriate configuration. These evaluations are also helpful in confirming the effectiveness of defensive systems, along with end-user adherence to security policies. The Official Mile2® cybersecurity certification learning series encompasses everything that you have to understand about become a Certified Penetration Testing Engineer. Candidate will learn about Linux fundamentals, detecting live systems, vulnerability assessments, Windows hacking, advanced exploitation techniques, networks, injecting the database, project documentation, logistics of pen testing, enumeration, malware going undercover, sniffing and IDS, hacking UNIX/Linux, information gathering, penetration testing wireless networks, and attacking web technologies.
The average salary for Certified Pen Tester is $71,660 per year.
After finishing this course, candidates will learn to:
- Develop industry-recognized auditing standards with existing best policies and practices.
This course is designed for:
- Network Auditors
- Pen Testers
- Cyber Security Professionals
- Ethical Hackers
- At least 1 year of experience in networking technologies
- Good understanding of TCP/IP
- Understanding of Microsoft packages
- Security+, Microsoft, Network+
- Fundamental Understanding of Linux