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Secure a cybersecurity career with 180+ hours of ethical hacking training
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June 11, 2019
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From credit card details to social security numbers, it's scary to think about just how much of our information is floating around in cyberspace. But, what's even more terrifying is how easily hackers can tap into this treasure trove of information. In fact, just this month, 19 million patient records were stolen from Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp in a massive breach online.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that companies are scrambling to protect their networks from attack; and many of them are utilizing ethical hackers to do it. Trained in the ways of hacking, these cybersecurity experts use the hacking tools of the trade to safeguard networks rather than breach them, and get paid handsomely for their services. If you're looking to join their ranks, the 2019 Ethical Hacker Master Class Bundle is the ideal starting point, now that it's on sale for only $39.

This 10-course bundle features more than 180 hours of expert insight on ethical hacking, its tools, and how to get started in the field. The collection covers touchstone concepts, like intrusion detection, policy creation, social engineering, DDoS attacks and buffer overflows, as well as more nuanced fields such as penetration testing.

What's more, the collection even features courses centered around preparing you for several CompTIA certification exams, major stepping stones to validating your skills and showing potential employers you have what it takes to keep their networks hacker-free.

Normally, the 2019 Ethical Hacker Master Class Bundle would run you nearly $5,000 for all 10 of its courses, but you can get the entire collection here for a fraction of that cost, only $39.

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