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EC-Council offers vendor-neutral security certifications that cover concepts such as encryption and forensics, penetration testing, ethical hacking, in addition to incident handling and response. EC-Council certifications validate the skills and knowledge required to effectively utilize numerous resources and achieve operational excellence and build and manage the security and networking operations of an organization. These certifications lay out the foundation for every Electronic Commerce and Security Professional seeking specialized knowledge and advancement in career opportunities in fields like network security, IT security, including disaster recovery, secure programming, and e-Business.
EC Council certification path is divided into the following levels:
Advanced Penetration Testing (APT)
Licensed Penetration Tester | LPT – Master
Advanced Network Defense | CAST 614
Certified SOC Analyst (CSA)
Certified Network Defender | CND
Certified Ethical Hacker | CEH
EC-Council Certified Security Analyst | ECSA
Certified Network Defense Architect | CNDA
EC-Council Certified Encryption Specialist | ECES
EC-Council Certified Security Specialist | ECSS
Certified Chief Information Security Officer | CCISO
Certified Secure Computer User | CSCU
Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst (CTIA)
EC-Council Certified Incident Handler | ECIH
Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator | CHFI
Certified Application Security Engineer | CASE – Java
Certified Application Security Engineer | CASE – .Net
The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification demonstrates a candidate's skills and knowledge in assessing the security of computer systems and answering multiple-choice questions related to penetration testing techniques. The CEH exam validates skills in the specific network security discipline of Ethical Hacking and in using hacking methods against wired and remote systems, web applications, web servers, and mobile platforms. CEH certified candidates also know about Trojan risks, refusal of service assaults, SQL infusion, and other threats.