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If switching to an exciting new career is a priority in 2022, then now is the time to start training for it, and the cybersecurity field would be a good choice. Fortunately, for a very limited time during our pre-Black Friday sale, you can use coupon code SAVE15NOV to get 30% off the Zero to Hero Cyber Security Hacker Bundle. (Note: This coupon code is good through Nov. 15, 2021.)
In the “Information Security Awareness: ISO 27001:2013” course, you’ll learn what organizations are required to do to remain in compliance with this regulation. You’ll discover how owners and employees commonly get their security compromised and what can be done to prevent it. Technical and non-technical methods are covered, as well as the best ways to securely handle IT devices, media and the data they contain.
“Fundamentals of Computer Hacking” covers the basics using the most up-to-date tools in hands-on activities and live demonstrations. You’ll learn how attackers work and the best ways to protect systems from them. You’ll actually get to see various forms of malware ethically performed in a controlled environment during, “Virus, Worm, Trojan, Backdoor & Antivirus-Malware and Security.” And “Information Gathering: Basic to Intermediate Level” covers penetration testing and how hackers access and accumulate information.
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The intermediate-level “Web Hacking: Basics to Intermediate” course will teach you how to prevent server-, application- and client-based attacks online. Dive deeper with “Advanced Web Hacking and Security.” “Network Hacking and Security” demonstrates how both wireless and wired attacks are performed. This will help network security professionals to protect the network infrastructure from attack.
The bundle culminates with the advanced “System Hacking” which covers the big topics, such as cryptography, game and password hacking, reverse engineering, privilege escalation and more. Security professionals need to be able to prevent all of…