Ethical Hacking
A deep dive certifying course into the world of ethical hacking designed for IT & Cyber professionals and employees.
80 hours
Red Team
80 hours
Red Team


It is critical for IT and Cyber professionals to learn about the technologies and methods used to infiltrate their systems to determine what is secured and what is at risk. The employees need to know the techniques and technologies that are gateways to these attacks, like network and endpoint vulnerability scanning and exploiting, social engineering, penetration tools, data infiltration and exfiltration, DOS, and DDOS. Understanding is one part of the problem, but it is also necessary to present findings clearly and concisely, allowing for effective response and mitigation.  
The Certified Ethical Hacker program is an advanced ethical hacking course covering the 20 most current security domains that an ethical hacker should know when intending on beefing up the IS posture of their organization. Trainees will use their skills to protect their organization’s data from external attacks.

The course covers the following topics:


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Hacking Concepts and Security Threats
  • History of hacking
  • What is ethical hacking
  • Other types of hackers
  • Attack lifecycle
  • Attack types
  • Overview
  • Encryption types
  • Symmetric/Asymmetric keys
  • Cracking Passcodes
  • Overview
  • Types and Goals
  • Initial Recon
  • Social networks
  • Techniques
  • Google hacking
  • Countermeasures
Scanning Networks and Vulnerabilities
  • Overview
  • Understanding the 3-way handshake
  • Checking for “live” systems and open ports
  • Types of scanning
  • Banner grabbing & OS fingerprinting
  • Vulnerability Scanning & Drawing Out the Network
  • Preparing Proxies & other Anonymizing Techniques
  • Overview
  • Types of Sniffing
  • MAC Attacks
  • ARP Poisoning
  • Overview
  • Techniques
  • Defaults & NetBios
  • LDAP
  • SMTP
  • DNS
  • Countermeasures
System Hacking - Exploitations
  • Gaining access
  • Maintaining access
  • Covering your tracks
Buffer Overflow
  • Overview
  • Inside buffer overflows
  • Stack overflow
  • Heap overflow
  • Integer overflow
Malware Threats
  • Overviews
  • Trojans
  • Viruses and worms
  • Detecting malwares
  • countermeasures
Hacking Web Servers
  • Overview
  • Web Servers vs Web applications
  • Discovering Risks in Web Servers
  • Web Server Misconfiguration
  • Managing & Hardening Web Servers
  • Other Attacks Against Web Servers
Hacking Web Applications
  • Overview
  • Understanding Web Application Security
  • Reconnaissance & Footprinting
  • OWASP & the Top 10 Web Application Security Risks
  • Tampering of Untrusted Data
  • Client-Side Attacks (XSS, CSRF)
  • Sql Injection
  • Defending Against SQL Injections
Hacking Wireless Networks
  • Overview
  • Wi-Fi Standards
  • Wi-Fi Authentication Modes
  • Encryption in Wireless
  • Threats from Wireless
Social Engineering
  • Overview
  • Human Weaknesses
  • Reconnaissance & OSINT
  • Phishing Attacks
Denial of Service
  • Understanding DoS Attacks
  • Attack Techniques
  • Tools & Services
  • Defending Against Attacks
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SOTERIA Global is a global leader in cyber-security training solutions and services.

The cyber world is now a part of our everyday life. New technology emerges daily, and as opportunities increase, so do cyber risks. Threats constantly evolve, and we must protect our valuable assets.

A successful cyber defense has many factors, but they all have one thing in common: dedicated, skilled individuals.

SOTERIA Global experts develop our solutions and rely on the best technological assets in the market. Our impressive global presence expands over four continents, giving us access to the best cybersecurity professionals.

Our solutions range from customized training programs to developing cyber-oriented facilities, ensuring that individuals and organizations are ready to face real-world threats. Over the years, we have worked with various organizations across many sectors, giving us the skillset to shape and adapt our solutions to meet our client’s needs.

    • IT & Cyber professionals
    • Employees
    • Good knowledge in networking
    • Good knowledge in Windows and Linux
    • Familiarity with the cyber-security domain an advantage
    • Network and endpoint scanning and exploiting
    • Social engineering
    • Attack planning and execution
    • Enhancing knowledge of attack techniques and methods