lunes, 4 de mayo de 2009

I wanna be a hacker... why not?

I bet that once in your life have you thought about being a hacker, like a cyber ninjas those who enter computer systems and computers, either to create chaos or to clean up the disaster created by other hackers. Even if you do not believe anyone with minimal knowledge or sufficient interest can become a consultant for cyber security. Today, many hackers have to be self-formed, but those who do not have enough patience or plane may need expert guidance to EC-Council, who are trained to train in computer security e-learning. More than once I thought it would be great in helping companies in computer security, strengthening its systems against external attacks, acting as a hacker, but with ethical philosophy.
What is Ethical Hacking? is nothing ... yeah right, are attacks by hackers using the same tools. Each year many companies worldwide lose millions of dollars to suffer cyber attacks and repair the damage from these attacks. Here come that we exercise the ethical hacking whit a Certified Ethical Hacker

According to the website of EC-Council IT Security, the package aimed at those interested in Computer Forensics curriculum contains the following:
* Accelerated Live, Online Instructor Led Training Official valued at $ 2995
* Official EC-Council Courseware valued at $ 450
*Prometric or Vue Certification Test Voucher valued at $ 250
* Complimentary Pass Hacker Halte valued at $ 1299
* Dedicated Education Consultant EC-Council
* Certificate of Completion



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1 comentario:

Smith dijo...

Hey thanks a lot for sharing such a nice and informative article. Really the most interesting job in the field of computers is being an ethical hacker.Currently, "hacker" is used in two main ways, one pejorative and one complimentary. In popular usage and in the media, it most often refers to computer intruders or criminals, with associated pejorative connotations. (For example, "An Internet 'hacker' broke through state government security systems in March.") In the computing community, the primary meaning is a complimentary description for a particularly brilliant programmer or technical expert. (For example, "Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, is considered by some to be a genius 'hacker'.") A large segment of the technical community insist the latter is the "correct" usage of the word.

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