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CCT - Certified Cybersecurity Technician - Training and Certification

CCT - Certified Cybersecurity Technician - Training and Certification

$2,995.00 Per Enrollment

Price Includes:

Courseware, Exam Voucher, iLabs, ‘Price & Quality Guarantee’. If you fail your first attempt at the exam, TrainACE will pay for a second attempt.

TrainACE's Certified Cybersecurity Technician (CCT) training class is designed to teach students the fundamentals of cybersecurity and prepare them for the EC-Council CCT exam. This is an ideal class for anyone looking to get started in the cybersecurity field. Our CCT training class is 40 hours long, instructor-led, and can be taken in-person or live-online.

Our CPENT training integrates live instructor-led sessions with utilizing EC-Councils' cyber ranges. You’ll be taught how to attack, exploit, evade, and defend enterprise network environments. We’ll teach you to build your own exploits as well as pentest OT, and IoT systems. You’ll learn to double pivot to access hidden networks, create your own tools, conduct advanced binaries exploitation, and customize scripts and exploits to get into the innermost segments of the network.

The Certified Cybersecurity Technician certification enables you to prove that you have a solid understanding of cybersecurity fundamentals. A healthy mix of instructor-led training along with practical exercises using EC-Councils unique cyber ranges, this class is great for anyone looking to get into cybersecurity specialist, consultant, network engineering, IT administration, and similar roles.



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    Why Take CCT Training in Maryland or Virginia?

    If you’re looking to get hired into cybersecurity roles, but are new to the field, training for and gaining the CCT certification is a great way to lay the foundation for an information security career. This is particularly true in our region, i.e., Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia.

    The advantage of taking TrainACE’s CPENT training is that you will have an experienced instructor guiding you through the whole process, explaining tactics and teaching you new strategies for exposing vulnerabilities in an organizations IT infrastructure.

    With a huge military and government presence, not to mention the vast ecosystem of dependent subcontractors, the DMV (Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia) represents a geographic hotspot for cyber criminal activity. Whether its small-scale cyber crime or state sponsored attacks, there is a particularly high need for IT professionals with cybersecurity skills and knowledge around DC. CCT certification will give you the cybersecurity fundamentals you need to get take advantage of this wide range of opportunities.

    The CCT certification proves you have hands-on technician level IT and cybersecurity skills. Created by the same cybersecurity experts who created the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) program, this entry-level accreditation will help you learn the core skills you need to succeed in information security.

    TrainACE’s CCT training covers all the key cybersecurity domains and reinforces theory with practical, hands-on experience in the EC-Council cyber ranges.

    Who Needs CCT Training?

    Certified Cybersecurity Technician is an entry-level cybersecurity accreditation without proscribed prerequisites. The class is ideal for anyone looking for a hands-on training class that will expose them to cybersecurity fundamentals. Great for students and career changers, this class would also work well for other IT professionals and IT managers who work in other areas of the industry but need, or desire, to gain an understanding of information security.


    • Career Changers
    • Students
    • IT Managers
    • IT Professionals

    What Jobs Can I Get With CCT?

    The Certified Cybersecurity Technician certification proves that you have learned foundational skills required by a range of roles in the IT industry. These skills include have an understanding of issues focused on securing computer systems, software, and networks, as well as an understanding of common threats and attacks.

    While more advance roles will require additional experience and skills, the knowledge you gain with CCT training and certification prepares and enhances skills required in roles such as:

    • SOC Analyst
    • IT Support Specialist
    • IT Managers
    • Network Engineers
    • IT Networking Specialists

    What Do You Need to Know Before Taking CCT Training?

    With no proscribed prerequisites, the CCT training and certification is open to anyone looking to get into cybersecurity. However, having some IT experience, including networking and knowledge of information security concepts would be a big advantage.

    What Are the Exam Requirements For CCT?

    The CCT exam does not require prior certification and is open to anyone. It comprises of two parts. The first is a multi-choice exam consisting of 50 questions. The second part consists of ten hands-on practical questions.

    The exam lasts for a maximum of 3 hours, during which you need to attain a score of 70% to pass.

    The CCT exam code is 212-82

    What Skills Will I Learn Taking CCT Training in Maryland?

    The TrainACE CCT training class will introduce you to the fundamentals of information security. You will learn the following concepts and skills:

    • Infosec threats and vulnerabilities
    • Infosec attacks
    • The fundamentals of network security
    • Security of applications
    • Administrative controls for network security
    • Physical controls for network security
    • Technical controls for network security
    • Identification, authentication, and authorization
    • Techniques and tools used in assessing network security
    • Virtualization and cloud computing
    • Troubleshooting networks
    • Wireless network security
    • Security of mobile devices
    • IoT and OT security
    • Computer forensics
    • Cryptography
    • Data security
    • Monitoring network traffic
    • Monitoring and analysis of network logs
    • How to respond to and incident
    • Business continuity and disaster recovery