The qualification, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), from the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council), is designed to combat the increasing threat of cyber crime. The course teaches students how to think like hackers with the aim of beating them at their own game.
The EC-Council is a member driven international organisation promoting best practices in e-business and provides professional certifications that are globally recognised.
Computer Power is offering the EC-Council qualification of Certified Ethical Hacker to IT professionals with high level responsibility for systems and networks. A comprehensive five day course, training includes actual live hacking of a system, and teaches users how to identify vulnerable areas and secure system weaknesses before would be hackers find them.
Dean Rogers, CEO of Computer Power, said, 'companies can help protect themselves against computer crime by ensuring their top level IT staff are adequately trained in computer security. Accreditation as a Certified Ethical Hacker is quickly becoming the expected standard qualification for network and system administrators, and should be an integral component of professional development programs.'