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How to become a certified ethical hacker

Save hundreds on 60 hours of training to earn essential ethical hacking and IT security certifications.
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10.15.16
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White hat hacking is an increasingly in-demand profession, thanks to the rise in online security breaches. If you're interested in getting started, the Computer Hacker Professional Certification Package is a great resource, offering instruction on obtaining five industry-recognized certifications. Engadget readers can now get this training for just $59, or over 90 percent off.

You'll access 60 hours of quality instruction on how to shore up a network's defenses by exposing, then fixing its security flaws. Learn how to hack for the good guys by identifying system vulnerabilities, handling legal evidence of hacker attacks, and more.

In the process, you'll work towards earning the following certifications:

  • Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
  • Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)
  • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
  • Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
  • Certified Information Systems Security Pro (CISSP)

This comprehensive training will give you the knowhow to effectively protect any network, and also prove your skills to employers. Get the Computer Hacker Professional Certification Package for just $59, marked down from its regular $1,499 value.

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