Certified Professional Ethical Hacker
The Certified Professional Ethical Hacker course is the foundational training to mile2’s line of penetration testing courses.
The CPEH certification training enables students to understand the importance of vulnerability assessments by providing industry knowledge and skills in Vulnerability Assessments. In doing so, the CPEH student is able to understand how malware and destructive viruses function. In addition, the CPEH course helps students learn how to implement counter response and preventative measures when it comes to a network hack.
The CPEH course provides in-depth labs that focus on both open source and commercial based tools with industry best practices. These hands on labs emulate real world hacking scenarios and equip the candidate to assess your company’s security
posture, help implement controls to better secure your company’s network infrastructure and how to combat against hackers and/or viruses, etc.
- Information System Owners
- Security Officers
- Ethical Hackers
- Information Owners
- Penetration Testers
- System Owner and Managers
- Cyber Security Engineers
- 12 months of IT security experience
- 12 months of Network
Continuing education: 40 CPE Credits
The Certified Professional Ethical Hacker exam is taken online through Mile2’s Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your mile2.com account. The exam will take 2 hours and consist of 100 multiple-choice questions. The cost is $400 USD and must be purchased from Mile2.com.
- Module 1 – Security Fundamentals
- Module 2 – Access Controls
- Module 3 – Protocols
- Module 4 –Cryptography
- Module 5 – Why Vulnerability Assessments?
- Module 6 – Vulnerability Tools of the Trade
- Module 7 – Output Analysis and Reports
- Module 8 – Reconnaissance, Enumeration & Scanning
- Module 9 – Gaining Access
- Module 10 – Maintaining Access
- Module 11 – Covering Tracks
- Module 12 – Malware
- Module 13 – Buffer Overflows
- Module 14 – Password Cracking
- Appendix 1 – Economics and Law
- Appendix 2 – Vulnerability Types
- Appendix 3 – Assessing Web Servers
- Appendix 4 – Assessing Remote & VPN Services
- Appendix 5 – Denial of Services