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Ethical Hacking: Wireless Hacking
Wireless hacking refers to the unauthorized access or usage of a wireless network. A hacker can change the network settings, software and other security components of a network after hacking into a wireless network. Certain networks require the hackers to possess a high level of technological skills, while some other networks require minimal technological skills from the hackers. With the increase in the use of wireless networks in the current world, the usage and unauthorized access to wireless networks has also increased. Therefore, it is important to be well aware of these wireless hacking practices and to take appropriate preventive measures in order to safeguard the network from unauthorized activities.
Cybercrimes cost organizations millions of dollars every year. Therefore, many organizations have started to dedicate their time towards creating a strong cyber security team within their organizations. There are currently over a million Cyber Security job openings globally, and the demand is greatly outpacing supply. You would love a career in cyber security if you look for challenges, progression and a higher salary in your profession. This course is for both beginners and IT pros looking to get certified and land an entry level Cyber Security job position. You will be trained on how to understand security weaknesses and the best practices for recognizing them. You will also learn about topics such as Aircrack, Reaver, Bluetooth, and Ubertooth through this course. By the time you’ve completed this course, you will know all about advanced wireless security, Kismac, Metasploit, and much more.
Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering
Social engineering covers a wide range of malicious activities accomplished through human interactions. Typically these malicious activities involve tricking users into making security mistakes or giving away sensitive information instead of hacking into their systems. Social engineering is recognized as one of the greatest security threats facing organizations today. Social engineering can be in forms of emails from friends, emails from trusted sources or from responses to an issue you didn’t address. Social engineering is considered to be the easiest way to gain access to another computer or system than hacking. It is important to be educated and be aware of social engineering practices in order to safeguard personal and confidential information.
Hackers mostly try to gain access to a computer or system through social engineering as it is comparatively easier than hacking. With the increase in the malicious activities by hackers, the need for cyber security has also increased among organizations. There are currently over a million Cyber Security job openings globally, and the demand is greatly outpacing supply. A job position in cyber security is the ideal career path if you like your job to be challenging, progressive and to offer a higher salary. This course in social engineering will help improve your knowledge and eligibility for a job position in the cyber security field. This course is for both beginners and IT pros looking to get certified and land an entry level Cyber Security job position. You will be trained on all the techniques and defenses available in the field of cyber security, PayPal phishing and the Browser Exploitation Framework. By the time you’ve completed this course, you will know all about cyber attacks, security for both HR and personnel, and so much more.
Learning outcomes - Ethical Hacking: Wireless Hacking
- Introduction to wireless hacking, wireless security concepts and architectures and the components used to secure them.
- Understand about security weaknesses and the best practices for recognizing them.
- Learn about Aircrack, Reaver, Bluetooth, and Ubertooth.
- Understand about advanced wireless security, Kismac, Metasploit, and much more.
Learning outcomes - Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering
- Introduction to social engineering.
- Learn about the PayPal phishing and the Browser Exploitation Framework.
- Understand about cyber attacks, security for both HR and personnel, and so much more.
Course Curriculum - Ethical Hacking: Wireless Hacking
2: Wireless Hacking With Aircrack And Reaver
3: Man-In-The-Middle Attacks With Wi-Fi Pineapple
4: Advanced Wireless Security
5: Bluetooth Low Energy Hacks
7: Software Defined Radio
9: Pwning Over Wireless With Metasploit
Course Curriculum - Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering
2: Paypal Phishing
3: Browser Exploitation Framework (Beef)
4: Rubber Ducky
5: Cyber Attacks
6: Hr And Personnel Security
The course bundle will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. The course bundle is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.
Method of assessment
At the end of each course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for all assessments and certifications when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.
Certification and awarding body
Those who successfully complete the course bundle will be awarded the Ethical Hacking: Wireless Hacking certificate and Ethical Hacking: Social Engineering fundamentals certificate separately by CPD & iAP. The qualification will make you valuable to employers, and your motivation at gaining new skills will be recognised.
Who is this course for?
- It students
- Job seekers
- IT professionals
- Anyone interested in learning about wireless hacking
- Learners must be age 16 or over and
- Should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
- Should have a basic understanding of wireless hacking
- Technical support manager – £36,313 per annum
- Information Technology (IT) director – £77,460 per annum
- Information Technology (IT) manager – £38,725 per annum
- Information Technology (IT) operations manager – £46,070 per annum
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