Interactive Richmond, VA, CEH Training
The idea behind TrainACE’s CEH training is simple: Equip participants with hands-on experiences that teach them how to hack so they can stop hackers from invading their systems. Rather than a boring lecture-based environment, our classes are interactive and participatory, so you experience what it means to examine, test, invade and secure a system for yourself firsthand. We start with various strategies for network perimeter defense and move onto vulnerability scanning and eventually system hacking. You learn what methods hackers typically use to get past security privileges and what security tools can work against those attacks.
In order to make these Richmond, VA, CEH Training programs as beneficial as possible, we offer them in various formats. Take your pick of in-classroom learning, online sessions taught by live instructors or prerecorded courses you can take on your own schedule. In each of these different formats, our instructors facilitate the same high levels of class participation and interactive learning activities that mean effective skills building.
The CEH Program from TrainACE
As one of the most recently authorized certifications under the DoD 8570 Directive, CEH training is one of the trendiest in the IT security industry today. In the CEH program from TrainACE, you step into hands-on, interactive sessions that reveal the typical methods hackers use to invade networks. The coursework is designed to parallel the CEH Certification Exams 312-50 and ECO-350, as established by the EC-Council, and you receive official CEH texts, lab materials and CDs with the latest hacking tools. On the last day of the five-day immersive experience, you take the certification exam in order to walk out fully trained and certified, ready to respond to whatever hackers try.
Overview of the Curriculum
Included in TrainACE’s Richmond, VA, CEH training are the following topics:
- Grinding documents
- Testing Internet applications
- Implementing responses to protect against industrial espionage or competitor intrusions
- Finding and responding to system vulnerabilities
- Recognizing network weaknesses
- Attacking remote systems
How to Qualify for the CEH Program
While you don’t need previous hacker experience to participate in the CEH program, you do need at least two years of experience in an IT security position of some sort. This may have been as a network administrator, security officer, systems administrator, Web manager or auditor — in some capacity where you handled network integrity. Likewise, you need a strong background in TCP/IP and a working knowledge of systems such as Linux or Microsoft XP/Vista.