We offer award winning ECSA training. Besides the ATC of the Year in 2011 and 2010, in 2012 and 2009 we were awarded the EC-Council Circle of Excellence Award and our Instructor won the Circle of Excellence for Instructors. In 2010 we were awarded the EC-Council ATC of the Year and our Instructor won Instructor of the Year.
ECSA-LPT Training in Maryland, Washington D.C. or Northern Virginia
Delivery Style: 80% Hands-On, 20% Lecture
LPT Certification delves further into security implementation. Licensed Penetration Testers are certified to perform hacking methods on extensive business networks, while those who have received CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and/or ESCA (EC-Council Certified Security Analyst) certification can mainly analyze and diagnose penetration-related network security issues on a lower and less complex level. The LPT certification also requires that you fill out EC-Council’s application and send it in with their LPT fee. Just ask us for further details about this.
Total Hours: 40 (lecture & lab)
Total Program Cost: $2,995 Per Enrollment (includes ECSA exam)
*LPT application fee ($500) is not included in this pricing.
Custom Training For Your Company
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Topics & Concepts Covered in our LPT and ECSA Bootcamp
EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
The ECSA Certification training course instructs individuals on how to assess the security risks of a network based on many and deep hacking and penetrating methods. The class emphasizes how a network can be attacked, and what measures could be taken to lessen or avoid the security risks a network may face. The ECSA takes hacking and forensic practice to a much heightened level above where the CEH and CHFI have gone.
Recommended Training Audience and Prerequisites
The prerequisite for ECSA Certification is achieving Certified Ethical Hacker Certification (CEH). This class is offered during daytime hours.
ECSA Certification Requirements
Along with a Certified Ethical Hacker Certification, an online exam must be passed in order to receive ECSA Certification.
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