Certified Ethical Hacker

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  • The Ethical Hacking Program On Pluralsight.com

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    and the class had begun. After looking at a few possible projects and subjects for a thirty page thesis I decided on going through the Certified Ethical Hacking program on Pluralsight.com. Over the past fourteen weeks I watched the lectures on Pluralsight.com, took quizzes on skillset.com, read chapters and took chapter review tests in the Certified Ethical Hacker version 9 book by Sean-Philip Oriyano. I watched approximately sixty-one hours of lectures, spent several hours taking assesments and

  • Ethical Hacking : A Breach Of Security

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    in the network. This is where ethical hacking comes into the program. Before delving into ethical hacking we must first understand what hacking really is. As defined by dictionary.com hacking means to modify a computer program or electronic device in a skillful or clever way: or to break into a network, computer, file, etc., usually with malicious intent.[1] Hacking is performed by a person or group of people know as hackers. In the computer security context, a hacker is someone who seeks and exploits


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    test3 True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. _T_ 1. An ethical hacker is a person who performs most of the same activities a cracker does, but with the owner or company’s permission. __T__ 2. Even though the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification is not geared toward the technical IT professional, it has become one of the standards for many security professionals. __F__ 3. To retrieve e-mail from a mail server, you most likely access

  • Ethical Ethics And Ethical Hacking

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    development and issue is ethical hacking. To understand ethical hacking one must be able to define what it means to be a hacker. “A hacker is an individual who intends to gain unauthorized access to a computer system” (Laudon & Traver, 2015). Oxford Dictionaries defines an ethical hacker as “a person who hacks into a computer network in order to test or evaluate its security, rather than with malicious or criminal intent” (Ethical Hacker, n.d.). In other words, an ethical hacker aims to discover if any

  • Hacking Is A Fast Paced Adrenaline Crazed Job

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    owner/owners. Or if you have earned your CEH which is a Certified Ethical Hacker. Becoming a Certified Ethical Hacker is a good career choice because with technology changing everyday, people need someone that can protect their company from the dangers of unethical hacking. Technology provides an easier but riskier way of doing business. Shopping over public wifi is beneficial but all good things come with negative outcomes. “ Shopping over public wifi hackers setting up rogue AP’s to steal information so

  • Final Examination Subjective Section Is The Most Serious Information Security Threat?

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    FINAL EXAMINATION SUBJECTIVE SECTION Q1. What do you believe is the most serious information security threat to most businesses today? (You must support your belief with references other than the textbook or lecture notes; responses to this question without adequate references will receive no points.) What policy or policies would you propose to your boss to appropriately control this threat? A1. The most serious information security threat to most businesses today is their Reputation. Many well

  • Ethical Hacking

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    with most technological advances, there is also a dark side: criminal hackers. Governments, companies, and private citizens around the world are anxious to be a part of this revolution, but they are afraid that some hacker will break

  • Case Study : Quantum Dynamics Inc.

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    Quantum Dynamics Inc. is a SBA Certified Woman-Owned Small Disadvantaged Business headquartered in Macon, GA with regional offices in McLean, VA, Fort Gordon, GA, Huntsville, AL, and Fayetteville, NC. Our core competencies are Cyber Security, Training, Information Technology, and Logistics. We have 15 years in business, are a successful graduate of the 8a program, and provide solutions that are innovative, efficient and resourceful. We find ways to achieve more with less; to consolidate while modernizing;

  • Case Study 2: U.S. Versus Aol. In The U.S. Versus Aol Case,

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    “CHFI investigators can draw on an array of methods for discovering data that resides in a computer system, or recovering deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information known as computer data recovery (“Computer Hacking”, n.d.)”. A person who is a certified Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator has the skills necessary to identify an intruder’s footprints and to properly gather the necessary evidence to prosecute in the court of law (“Computer Hacking”, n.d.). A computer forensic investigation typically

  • Ethical Hacking And Information Security Essay

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    Ethical Hacking and Information Security Merriam-Webster defines Hacker as, a person who secretly gets access to a computer system in order to get information, cause damage. But what if I told you that having a hacker is necessary? Ethical Hacking is paramount to the security of our Information Technologies (IT). The task of testing your computers and network for security vulnerabilities and plugging the vulnerabilities you find before the opposition gets a chance to exploit them. Without having