|24 August||Tuesday||12:00-20:00 SGT/GMT +8||8 Hours|
|25 August||Wednesday||12:00-20:00 SGT/GMT +8||8 Hours|
This is an introductory course for those starting the journey into penetration testing or those working in environments where understanding how hackers think and the tools, tactics and techniques they use are of essence.
The course presents the background information, technical skills and basic concepts required to those desiring a foundation in the world of information security.
By the end of the course, you will have a good grasp of how vulnerabilities and exploits work, how attackers think about networks and systems and have compromised several of them, from infrastructure, web applications to Wi-Fi.
This course aims to expose you to the methodologies used by active penetration testers on their day to day journey with clients and assessments.
Join us and hack hard!
If you want to understand how criminals run hacking campaigns, and emulate them, this course is for you. This fully hands-on course will ensure you walk away with practical experience to continue your journey of becoming the next great penetration tester.
No hacking experience is required for this course; this is a beginner’s course. But enthusiasm is a must!
It’s not necessary, but ideally, some technical background will help, in particular experience with the Windows or Linux command line. However, we’re used to meeting students at their level.
At a minimum, you’ll need a computer with a modern web browser (Firefox or Chrome) you are comfortable using. As all the practicals are hosted in the cloud and the class web portal is used to deliver content