CERTIFIED INFORMATION SECURITY EXPERT
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CISE (Certified Information Security Expert) certification is one of the most recognized International
certification in Information Security and Ethical Hacking. The Program covers all aspects of Information
Security and Ethical Hacking, enabling one to become an Information Security Expert. Online Security
Breaches are happening at a very fast rate and experts are needed to check and cure these. ITS (IT
Security) Experts are in demand. According to NASSCOM, the demand for ITS Experts is going to rise
substantially worldwide. ITS is a THE next big thing in ICT and you should make the best of it.
Hacking is the act of finding the possible entry points that exist in a computer system or a
computer network and finally entering into them. Hacking is usually done to gain unauthorized
access to a computer system or a computer network, either to harm the systems or to steal
sensitive information available on the computer.
Hacking is usually legal as long as it is being done to find weaknesses in a computer or network
system for testing purpose. This sort of hacking is what we call Ethical Hacking.
Types of Hacking
- We can segregate hacking into different categories, based on what is being hacked. Here is a set of examples -
- Website Hacking - Hacking a website means taking unauthorized control over a web server and its associated software such as databases and other interfaces.
- Network Hacking - Hacking a network means gathering information about a network by using tools like Telnet, NS lookup, Ping, Tracert, Netstat, etc. with the intent to harm the network system and hamper its operation.
- Email Hacking - It includes getting unauthorized access on an Email account and using it without taking the consent of its owner.
- Password Hacking - This is the process of recovering secret passwords from data that has been stored in or transmitted by a computer system.
- Computer Hacking - This is the process of stealing computer ID and password by applying hacking methods and getting unauthorized access to a computer system.
Syllabus for Ethical Hacking Course
- Chapter 1 - Introduction
- Chapter 2 - Networking
- Chapter 3 - Footprinting/Reconnaissance
- Chapter 4 - Google Hacking-Google Dorks
- Chapter 5 - Scanning
- Chapter 6 - System Hacking: Win7 and Linux
- Chapter 7 - Android & iPhone Hacking
- Chapter 8 - Malwares/virus
- Chapter 9 - SQL Injection
- Chapter 10 - Cross Site Scripting(xss)
- Chapter 11 - Sniffing
- Chapter 12 - Social Engineering
- Chapter 13 - Identity Theft Fraud
- Chapter 14 - Denial of Service
- Chapter 15 - Session Hijacking
- Chapter 16 - Penetration Testing
- Chapter 17 - Exploit Writing & Buffer Overflow
- Chapter 18 - Cryptography & Steganography
- Chapter 19 - Firewalls & Honeypots
- Chapter 20 - IDS & IPS
- Chapter 21 - Hacking Web Server
- Chapter 22 - Wireless Hacking
- Chapter 23 - Physical Security
- Chapter 24 - Reverse Engineeringx
- Chapter 25 - Email Hacking
- Chapter 26 - Security Compliance & Auditing
- Chapter 27 - Incident Handling & Computer forensics