Monthly Archives: <span>July 2017</span>

Become a Certified Ethical Hacker with Us

The cyber security sector is growing massively right now, and ethical hackers are in demand. If you want to hack for a living or just secure your own network, the Ethical Hacking course offers 35 hours of training. This course has 18 modules which prepares you for EC-Council ANSI accredited Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50. You can Read more »

Job Prospects of an Ethical Hacker

With internet use mounting worldwide and cyber crimes increased as well, ethical hackers have become an integral workforce of any IT security industry today. However, currently there is a huge gap between the demand and supply as far as ethical hackers are concerned. Hence, scope for a fresher is lucrative not only in India but Read more »

Eligibility for Ethical Hacking Course

Educational Background Those who have an educational background in computer science or IT or computer engineering can enter the field of ethical hacking. Programming Knowledge is not necessary to learn this course. The understanding of widely used operating systems like the various versions of Windows, Linux and Firefox etc. is also an important part of your knowledge base. Read more »

Cybersecurity : Questions Asked

What is security? What is the difference between a threat, vulnerability and risk in terms of cybersecurity? The National Institute of Science & Technology (NIST), USA, defines security as ‘the protection of information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction in order to provide confidentiality, integrity, and availability’ Further, NIST Read more »

19-yr-old wins ethical hacking competition

Nineteen-year-old Adarsh Pant from Chamoli district, DEHRADUN has won an ethical hacking competition in the city .The competition saw 80 students battle it out to win the first prize which was free international certification courses worth Rs 50,000. Pant, a BCA student at a private college in Dehradun, said, “It was the most thrilling competition Read more »

Petya:Latest malware attack

A fast-spreading computer virus that ravaged data systems in Europe and the United States earlier this week has again raised questions about whether United States businesses and organizations are prepared for cyber threats. The new attack came just a month after the massive “Wanna Cry” ransomware campaign that infected computers across the world using tools believed to have been stolen from the NSA. Ransomware traditionally Read more »