What’s New in EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v11) Training Course?
Since the inception of Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) course in 2003, EC-Council has been releasing the updated version of its most popular cyber security certification to keep it relevant to most updated threats and technology updates.
The most recent update is  CEH v11 . In addition to the most recent technologies like IoT and AI, it also introduces the new practical approach to its certification process with the introduction of CEH (Practical) Exam.
Let us Discuss briefly the new additions to the latest version i.e. Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH v11).
CEH (Practical) Exam – It is a 6 hours practical exam consisting of 20 practical challenges, to test the practical knowledge and implementation of the ethical hacking professionals. To sit in the exam the professionals will require CEH as a prerequisite with good credentials, during the practical exam they will be put through to test the vulnerabilities across major operating systems, databases, and networks. CEH (Practical) is available globally online in fully proctored manner.
ANSI Accreditation – ANSI accreditation is the validation that the training meets the predefined industry requirements and make the certification holder more valuable for employment.
IoT Hacking – The new version includes the study of threats to IoT platform and guides on defending the hacking of the same.
Cloud computing threats and attacks – It gives a brief overview and insight into  cloud computing  technologies and how to secure them with the necessary tools. It also takes you through the pen testing steps to make the security assessment of cloud environment.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) – It gives an overview of how the artificial intelligence can be deployed in defending the attacks on networks.
Vulnerability Analysis – It teaches to perform vulnerability analysis to find out the loopholes covering lifecycle, approaches and different tools.
Malware Analysis Process – This ec council course takes you through the process of thorough analysis of malware. You will learn to reverse engineer malware to find out its origin, functionality and impact. This helps in getting the detailed information on malware and develop the techniques to secure against it.

Full Compliance with NICE 2.0 Framework.

Emphasis on practical approach – This  CEH Certification Course  is designed to include the hacking exercises on the end of each module to test the skills acquired. The Training time is divided in 60:40 between learning and practical’s. This gives the student ample time to hands-on the methodologies and skills acquired during the training. In addition to the integrated labs, it also includes the extra labs to be practiced during the self-study time.
Latest versions of OS, tools and techniques – The CEH v11 Labs consists of latest OS like  Windows Server 2016 , Windows 10 with Domain controller, firewalls etc. to test the skills. The tool library includes the latest hacking tools based on Windows, Linux, MAC and mobile.
Armin Vans
Avni Singh has a PhD in Machine Learning and is an Artificial Intelligence developer, researcher, practitioner, and educator as well as an Open Source Software developer, with over 7 years in the industry.



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