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Certified Ethical Hacking Course

Friday, 26 Apr 2013

To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker!

Monday 29 April – Friday 3 May 2013

Looking to secure your future in the IT Industry? Wanting to build on your qualifications to unlock your forensic possibilities?

The Northern Sydney Institute, part of TAFE NSW is partnering with the EC council (E-Commerce Consultants International Council) in delivering a full suite of specialised programs for those wanting employment in the rapidly evolving IT industry.

Providing a practical focus to meet industry demand, our first course offering for 2013 is Certified Ethical Hacker Version 7 (CEHv7).

Combining class metrics, an advance lab environment and cutting edge hacking techniques, real time simulated learning solutions are offered to combat rogue access points, denials of service, firewall countermeasures and monitoring honeypots.

A blend of instructor-led training and self-study, CEHv7 features over 1,000 minutes of videos demonstrating hacking techniques, drawing on underground community insights, through our Virtual Lab Environment (iLabs).

This industry specific course explores a number of systems and networks utilising a repository of 20GB of latest hacking and security tools. Participants scan, test, hack and secure their own systems, gaining hands on understanding and experience in:

  • Intrusion Detectin
  • Policy Creation
  • Social Engineering
  • DDoS Attacks
  • Buffer Overflows
  • Virus Creation

To beat a hacker, you need to think like a hacker! Delivered by network security specialists and developers, core units are delivered over five days (9:00-5:00).

Investment: $2,975

Entry level qualification. in the network security discipline of Ethical Hacking upon successful completion of the CEH exam 312-50 (available on the final training day)

Employment opportunities: Employed as a white hat hacker to monitor network wellbeing – performing penetration testing and vulnerability assessments against grey and black hat threats.

Pre-requisites: No formal IT training, but a working knowledge of the current IT environments and hacking concerns is desirable.

Limited places available – please call 9942 0110 or 131 674 for details or to register your interest in upcoming courses.

Register HERE or for more information go to

Click here to download course flyer.