Due to the growing threats hanging over them, SMEs are investing more and more in securing their information systems. No network is infallible, it is essential to put it to the test to identify its weaknesses.
CEH certification in Dubai is a course offered by EC Council, which trains in Ethical hacking or ethical hacking, a specialty is that this certification is well known all over the world. This responsible version of hacking is however very popular with the most sensitive companies and sectors that wish to protect themselves from cybercrime.
Why is it important?
Ethical hacking is an IT security approach. It consists for a company to employ a person or a specialized company in order to test the effectiveness of its security system. In other words, “ethical hackers” take on the role of malicious hackers for the duration of a mission by trying to break into the company’s information system by any means. The objective is to identify potential flaws, to test the reaction capacity of the IT department.
These intrusion tests are carried out by independent experts whose role is to accurately reproduce attacks on the internal network, mobile applications or the website using tools and methods previously agreed by contract. Indeed, computer hacking being completely illegal, it is necessary to obtain the prior and explicit agreement of the company to avoid any legal proceedings. When the security audit is completed, a report is submitted to the company listing all the flaws detected as well as recommendations for correcting them. Generally, ethical hackers always end up infiltrating corporate networks, regardless of their level of protection.
CEH course in Abu Dhabi aims to train executives capable of understanding the new challenges linked to cybersecurity. Indeed, today, cyber threats are more and more present, and traditional and technical skills are no longer sufficient to anticipate them.