What Can You Do With an Ethical Hacking Certificate?
Pass the CEH exam. That’s the industry standard and sets you up to work as an ethical hacker. Ethical hacking plays a crucial role in the security of any network system as you find vulnerabilities and weakness. As a certified ethical hacker, you can work as:
- Ethical hacker
- Penetration tester
- Vulnerability assessor
- Cyber security analyst
- Cyber security engineer/architect
- Security consultant
- Information security manager
- IT security architect
Hack the Planet (Ethically)
As an ethical hacker, you use the same techniques the bad guys use to break into an organization’s network and expose vulnerabilities. The difference? You do it to improve security, protect vital information, and secure a company’s infrastructure and reputation. Cybersecurity specialists first help companies find vulnerabilities and then offer solutions. Your skills as a white hat hacker will be in demand all around the world.
Get the Skills, Pass the Test
Earning the Computer Ethical Hacking certificate from CMC prepares you for the Certified Ethical Hacker certification test. The CEH credential is a valuable certificate that shows companies across the world that you have the experience to protect their network systems. At CMC, your very friendly and knowledgeable faculty help you gain all the skills and knowledge you need to pass the CEH certification test. With the two certificates under your belt, you can set out on your quest for a safer, networked world.
Computer Ethical Hacking Cert.: What to Expect
- 12 total units
- A grade of C or higher in all required courses
- Minimum grade point average of 2.0
Computer Business Applications for Windows (CIS 070A) | 3.00
Introduction to Computer Science (CS 073) | 3.00
Visual Basic Programming I (CS 086) | 3.00
Certified Ethical Hacker (CS 005) | 3.00
What You Learn
- Prepare to pass the industry standard CEH exam.
- Expertly use Microsoft Windows products to create documents, presentations, reports, and tables.
- Understand the basics of software and hardware.
- Build computer applications using programming best practices.