Can you become an industry accepted security professional? Will organizations hire you to help them protect their systems? Do you have any knowledge in applying a suitable methodology to conduct a penetration test for an enterprise client? Do you have any experience writing a custom penetration testing report?
More importantly, do you have a globally recognized certification that can verify your penetration testing capabilities?
If you are the person above, what you may be lacking is the knowledge and experience to execute a successful penetration test according to accepted industry standards.
The ECSA is a security credential like no other! The ECSA course provides you with a real world hands-on penetration testing experience and is a globally accepted hacking and penetration testing class available that covers the testing of modern infrastructures, operating systems and application environments while teaching the students how to document and write a penetration testing report.
The ECSA program takes the tools and techniques you learned in the Certified Ethical Hacker course (CEH) and elevates your ability into full exploitation by teaching you how to apply the skills learned in CEH by utilizing EC-Council's published penetration testing methodologies.
It is a highly interactive, comprehensive, standards-based and methodology intensive 5-day security training program 5-day which teaches information security professionals to conduct real life penetration tests.
This course is part of the Information Security Track of EC-Council. This is a 'Professional' level course, with the Certified Ethical Hacker being the 'Core' and the Licensed Penetration Tester being the 'Master' level certification.
Brian works as a personal loan manager at FNB Financial Services which is a large multinational consulting corporation, headquartered in Atlanta, U.S.A. FNB specializes in personal, home equity, and debt consolidation loans around the world. Brian has been a trusted foot soldier for his organization for over a decade and is reeled in to handle only high-profile cases. Since Brian mostly telecommutes with his overseas clientele, he relies heavily on the network infrastructure of his organization.
Infrastructure Available to Brian
Like any large organization, FNB's internal network consists of several subnets housing various organizational units. The front office is connected to a separate subnet which connects to the company's public-facing computers. The company has installed various kiosks to help customers understand their product and services. The front office also has a Wi-Fi connectivity to cater users who carry their own smartphones and laptops.
The FNB internal network is made up of Militarized and Demilitarized Zones connected with a huge pool of database servers in Database Zone. As a security precaution, and by design, all the internal resource zones are configured with different subnet IPs. The militarized zone houses the application servers that provide application frameworks for various departments of the organization.