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EC–Council addresses the Need for Skilled Professionals in India, To Train 40,000 Personnel in Cyber Warfare by Early 2014

New Delhi, July 31, 2013: EC-Council, the world’s largest certification and training organization in the information security domain, discussed strategies to meet global competition at a Roundtable on cyber security held in New Delhi, today. EC-Council emphasized that to elucidate the information security industry’s successes, failures, and future out of the box solutions it is essential that the cyber security industry implement, the model of the pharmaceutical industry in their fight against diseases.

The in-depth discussion was held between Mr. Jay Bavisi, Global President, EC-Council and Mr. Akash Agarwal, Country Manager- India, EC-Council on the current status of the cyber security scenario, industry and its challenges. Jay Bavisi said, “While data points show that we are losing the fight, it is clear that the solution to the plague will happen when we will inject the vaccine. It is evident that the best way to solve the cyber plague is by introducing a cyber-vaccine programme that is needed to start at all levels of society through combative education plans.”

Recent study shows that, 5.39 million local malware threats were detected on computers in India. A sensitive issue, India is lagging behind in its fight in cyber warfare. Any attack will result into financial loss, no matter how sophisticated the attack is.

Speaking about the Indian cyber security awareness, Akash Agarwal, commented, “The country needs 5 lakh cyber security professionals by 2015. In line with this requirement, EC-Council through its direst presence and efforts in India has created a capacity of 20,000+ and is well emote to double it in next 12 months’ time period.”

To address this issue, EC-Council has taken leadership position by initiating Code Uncode, India’s first ever nationwide hunt for the best secure programmer. It is a nationwide competition for students, professionals, colleges and corporate. The event will bring together existing and aspiring security enthusiasts from all fields of the infosec world from the Corporate and government bodies to academic institutions. EC-Council has hosted and funded its first competition Code-Uncode in India which is free of cost for the students.

Jay Bavisi is the Co-Founder and President of one of the largest IT Security certification bodies in the world, EC-Council, and the co-creator of the groundbreaking Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification that launched ethical hacking as a mainstream career. He is also the recipient of U.S National Security Agency Colloquium 2013 awards with the 2013 Industry Leadership Award.

About EC-Council
EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants) is one of the world’s largest certification bodies for Information Security professionals. EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various information security and e-business skills. It has been certified by American National Standards Institute to meet its ANSI 17024 standard. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and as well as many others programs. These programs are offered in over 92 countries and over have trained over 120,000 & certified more than 60,000 security professionals through a training network of over 500 training partners globally.

Individuals who have achieved EC-Council certifications include those from some of the finest organizations around the world such as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.

For more information visit: www.eccouncil.org


In an effort to improve the course and training material available to Moroccan information security professionals, IT-Gnosis has teamed up with EC-Council to reduce copyright violations.

Finding reliable training materials and courses is an important component for information security professionals looking to develop their careers. The training market in Morocco has often left professionals looking to expand their knowledge of the latest information security techniques and trends with no other option but to turn to providers whose course offerings and methods are not authorized by those who created them. In the case of EC-Council’s broad range of courses and materials, one company is joining the fight against the widespread plagiarism in Morocco. IT-Gnosis, EC-Council’s exclusive representative and course provider in not just Morocco but France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Malta believes in being very selective when it comes to partners. Says IT-Gnosis founder Claire Kemp, the prevalence rampant copyright violations “… is why it is important to carefully handpick partners who are committed to offering first-class, authorized EC-Council certified training to Moroccan IT professionals.”

In that spirit, EC-Council announced that with the help of IT-Gnosis, Dataprotect has been named an authorized training center in Morocco. Dataprotect, a leading IT training company in Casablanca has been accredited by many other prestigious organizations before earning this nod from EC-Council, including PCI SSC and CGEM. Claire Kemp went on to say “I have no doubt that the quality of EC-Council certified trainings offered by Dataprotect will attract the ambitious IT professionals in the Moroccan market.”

EC-Council lauded their trusted partner IT-Gnosis for their help in identifying the most qualified and trustworthy partner in a region they know very well. The unauthorized training material that has so far been widely available in Morocco comes from training centers violating copyright laws to offer training and course material they have not been authorized to deliver. Students who enroll in these courses have no guarantee that their training or the certification conferred onto them by the training centers will be recognized by EC-Council. This has led to many frustrated students who were lead to believe that they were advancing their careers through this training but only found out later that the materials they encountered at these centers are not up-to-date or accurate.

About EC-Council
The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various e-business and security skills. EC Council is the owner and developer of the world-famous E-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (C|HFI), Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and various others offered in over 60 countries around the globe. These certifications are recognized worldwide and have received endorsements from various government agencies including the US Federal Government via the Montgomery GI Bill, and the US Government National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) certifying EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH), Network Security Administrator (ENSA), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (C|HFI), Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP), Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) and Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) program for meeting the 4011, 4012, 4013A, 4014, 4015 and 4016 training standards for information security professionals and most recently EC-Council has received accreditation from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
For more information about EC-Council, please visit www.eccouncil.org.

DataProtect is a company specialized in information security. Founded by security experts who conducted several consulting projects and integration of security solutions in Morocco and abroad, DataProtect support its bid for a unified view of information security.

About IT-Gnosis
Since 2007, IT-Gnosis has been active in many parts of Europe, including France, Morocco, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, … Its activity is dedicated exclusively to IT security related trainings. Through partnerships with training centers and schools/universities, IT-Gnosis offers vendor neutral training and certifications, supports its partners in their development, and provides course materials, licenses for online Labs and eventually provides the certified trainers to deliver these courses. IT-Gnosis is the exclusive representative of EC-Council (worldwide known creator of the CEH-Certified Ethical Hacker training, among others …) in many European countries , particularly in France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta and North Africa and point of contact for IP3 (CISSP training, CCSK, and S2R events, …) for these countries and for Switzerland. There are nowadays more than 30 training companies & schools/universities partnering with IT-Gnosis in these countries.


Spanish Information Security Professionals have expanded opportunities for advanced security training, keeping Spain’s organizations safer from hackers

Due to a partnership between industry leader EC-Council, creator of the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and their top Spanish partner, IT-Institute, professionals seeking advanced training can now take training and earn the certification for EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA).

In a move designed to expand the training opportunities available to Spanish infosec professionals, IT-Institute of Spain has added EC-Council’s advanced hacking and penetration testing (pentest) training and certification, the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA). The ECSA certification and training program represents a major step forward in the fight against malicious hackers, because it teaches students not only to understand the mindset and tools of a malicious hacker, but prepares students for real world pentesting – the practice of ethically hacking in order to find the weaknesses of a system.  The pentesting techniques taught in ECSA are those used by leading experts in the area.  The purpose of this certification is to add value to IT security professionals by providing training that will help them to design, secure, and test networks with a single purpose: Protecting their organizations from the threats posed by malicious hackers.

IT-Institute and EC-Council have already sent the first qualified professionals through the training, garnering rave reviews from students and instructors alike.  With this course added to their roster, IT-Institute and EC Council consolidate their leadership in security training and certifications in the Spanish market, but more importantly, make great steps forward in securing the information infrastructure of Spanish organizations, government agencies, and companies of all sizes.

About IT-Institute: IT-Institute, Advanced Information Technology Center, is the center of advanced training in Information technology with a huge portfolio of courses and certifications.  IT-Institute specializes in bringing the official courses from the most recognized brands of information technology to students around the world.  With a presence in Mexico, Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica, and Ecuador, their reach is growing all the time. In addition to ECSA, IT-Institute also offers a full suite of EC-Council certifications, including CEH, CHFI, and ECSP.

About EC-Council: The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various e-business and security skills. EC Council is the owner and developer of the world-famous E-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (C|HFI), Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and various others offered in over 60 countries around the globe. These certifications are recognized worldwide and have received endorsements from various government agencies including the US Federal Government via the Montgomery GI Bill, and the US Government National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) certifying EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH), Network Security Administrator (ENSA), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI), Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP), Certified Security Analyst (E|CSA) and Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) program for meeting the 4011, 4012, 4013A, 4014, 4015 and 4016 training standards for information security professionals and most recently EC-Council has received accreditation from the American National  standards Institute (ANSI).

 

For more information about EC-Council, please visit www.eccouncil.org

 


The Battle Against Cyber Attacks

The proliferation of ICT and virtualisation has brought about a revolution of a different sort – a cyber revolution – which has created a myriad of benefits and opportunities to countries, organisations and individuals, while introducing the new and unstoppable threat of cyber attacks. Bringing down entire organisations and throwing countries into cyber warfare, it is a growing inevitability, one that needs to be battled.

Understanding the importance of cyber security for governments and organisations in Sri Lanka, the Daily FT in collaboration with CICRA Consultancies, under the aegis of the US-based EC-Council, hosted the Cyber Security Summit 2013, a series of events that drew attention to this growing menace and through a line-up of international and local experts on the topic, shared insights into how it can be combated at all levels.

The flagship event was a full day summit, the ‘EC-Council Cyber Security Summit’, prior to which a leadership forum with some of the country’s top CEOs and chairmen was held. The series of events ended with the ‘Night Hack’ in the evening, an informative session with live demonstrations on cyber-related vulnerabilities.  Click Here to Read More…


President, EC-Council and Founder of Code Uncode India Honored at the United States National Security Agency Colloquium 2013 awards with the 2013 Industry Leadership Award

Top officials and thought leaders in Academia, Government and Industry Honor Jay Bavisi, Global President, EC-Council for outstanding leadership in the Cyber Security Industry and Information Assurance Education.

India- June 13th: William Maconachy, PhD former deputy senior computer science authority at the National Security Agency (NSA) on behalf of National Security Agency’s Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education Honored Mr.  Bavisi with the 2013 Industry Leadership Award.

Every year, the Colloquium Awards honor one outstanding individual from Academia, Industry and Government respectively. This year, Mr. Jay Bavisi was the recipient of the 2013 Colloquium Industry Award that recognizes outstanding leadership in industry relations with information assurance education. Jay humbly accepted the award at the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Award Ceremony during the 17th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) Conference, held June 10th – 12th, 2007, on the campus of University of South Alabama, Mobile Bay, Alabama.

Founded in 1996, the Colloquium has become the leading proponent for implementing courses of instruction in information security education and provides a forum for academia, government and industry experts to discuss and form needed direction in information security undergraduate and graduate curricula, common requirements, specific knowledge, skills and abilities, certification requirements and establishment of professional certification boards.

“It is truly an honor to be selected as the opening Keynote at the Colloquium 2013 as well as to receive this prestigious award. I am grateful to the entire Board and the National Security Agencies CAE Community as a whole for this award and recognition” stated Jay. Jay delivered his keynote address at the event and lent an interesting perspective, entitled “The Cyber Security Quagmire: Finding the Panacea” which aimed to elucidate the information security industry’s successes, failures, and future out of the box solutions that the cyber security industry can implement, as they learn from the pharmaceutical industry in their fight against diseases.

Dr. Maconachy indicated it was the Board of Directors nomination and election to award Jay Bavisi based on outstanding leadership in promoting Information Assurance Training programs, long time advocacy in teaching ethics Information Assurance Education programs as well as generous philanthropic efforts to colleges and universities around the nation, and his leadership in developing cyber competitions in information assurance.

Jay, is the Co-Founder and President of one of the largest IT Security certification bodies in the world, EC-Council, and the co-creator of the groundbreaking Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification that launched ethical hacking as a mainstream career.

Jay has been widely credited for being the brain child of the Global Cyberlympics competition that is supported by the Secretary General of the International Telecommunications Union a United Nations Agency, whose patron is Dr. Hamadoun Toure. Bavisi’s other work at the EC-Council Foundation includes the announcement of a grant of $350,000 toward the wounded warrior program that aims to retrain wounded warriors to become cyber warriors. The Foundation will also provide over 100 schools in North America with the support to launch Cyber Security Awareness programs for children in K-12 programs titled Live.Learn.Secure. He is possibly the first non US citizen to be the recipient of this award.

The Colloquium is active throughout the year and holds an annual conference in June. Conference information is available on the Colloquium website at www.cisse.info. The Colloquium board consists of members such as Brenda Oldfield, formerly the Director of the National Cyber Security Division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, William Maconachy, PhD former deputy senior computer science authority at the National Security Agency (NSA) as well as Daniel P Shoemaker, PhD, Principal Investigator and Senior Research Scientist at UD Mercy’s Center for Cyber Security and Intelligence Studies.

About EC-Council
EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants) is one of the world’s largest certification bodies for Information Security professionals. EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various information security and e-business skills. It has been certified by American National Standards Institute to meet its ANSI 17024 standard. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and as well as many others programs. These programs are offered in over 92 countries and over have trained over 120,000 & certified more than 60,000 security professionals through a training network of over 500 training partners globally.

Individuals who have achieved EC-Council certifications include those from some of the finest organizations around the world such as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.

For more information visit: www.eccouncil.org


EC-Council Partners with one of India’s Largest Universities for Code Uncode

Thapar University supports Code Uncode- India’s First Ever Nationwide Secure Programming Competition.

INDIA- April 16, 2013 – EC-Council, the world’s leading provider of certifications and training in the information security domain, recently launched Code Uncode, India’s first ever nationwide hunt to recognize the top secure programmers in India. Code Uncode set to kickstart on May 19th is a 3 level online competition where individuals can test and showcase their talent in secure programming.

According to a recent Times of India article, India needs 4.7 lakh cyber security professionals by 2015 for protection of IT infrastructure in the country as well as to serve the export market.  To bridge this gap and provide India with the much needed cyber warriors, EC-Council has initiated Code Uncode, a platform for existing and aspiring programmers to come together.

To further help bridge this gap of need and availability of skilled professionals, Thapar University has taken the leadership position to support secure programming in India by conducting workshops on Information Security and having over 500 of its students to participate in this competition.  This will help Thapar University and EC-Council to develop and showcase outstanding talent of individuals that will meet the challenges of the IT industry in the coming years.

Dr. Seema Bawa, Dean of Student Affairs along with Dr. Maninder Singh, Head of the Computer

Science and Engineering Department spoke to students recently on the very lucrative and

upcoming career path in the information security domain.Talking of Code Uncode he said, “We are pleased that this partnership will help us educate students and better their knowledge in secure programming- a very important part of the cyber security domain. EC-Council is a renowned name in Information Technology certifications and trainings globally and this will be an excellent opportunity to create and recognize the talent in the programing world and build the future of a cybersecure India. Educational Institutes cannot afford to lay back at this moment and we at Thapar University have always taken the lead role in providing the best of opportunities to our students and Code Uncode is one, we definitely could not miss out on!”

EC Council is dedicated to strengthening cyber security in India and to tackle the issue of lack of skilled professionals we are partnering with training institutions across India. Thapar University is one of the largest universities in India and we are glad to come together with them to promote the awareness and education of cyber security through Code Uncode. ,” said Akash Agarwal, Country Manager, EC-Council India.

For more information about EC Council, visit www.eccouncil.org.

About EC Council

EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants) is one of the world’s largest certification bodies for Information Security professionals. EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various information security and e-business skills. It has been certified by American National Standards Institute to meet its ANSI 17024 standard. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and as well as many others programs. These programs are offered in over 92 countries and over have trained over 120,000 & certified more than 60,000 security professionals through a training network of over 500 training partners globally.

Individuals who have achieved EC-Council certifications include those from some of the finest organizations around the world such as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.


Code Uncode Witnesses a Successful First Week and Partners with Leading Universities of India

The competition that aims to recognize India’s top secure programmers opened its preliminary window on May 19th

India, May 2013: Code Uncode, India’s first ever nationwide hunt for the best secure programmer, an initiative launched by EC- Council has witnessed participation from more than 500 participants- students and professionals across India.

The window to take the preliminary round of Code Uncode opened on 19th May and is open till the 1st week of July. The first week of Code Uncode saw over 500 participants from colleges like Brilliant Group of Institutions, Aurora Scientific and Technological institute, PRRM College and Gandhi Institute for Technology and leading IT company, CA Technologies.

The registrations are pouring in on a daily basis and Code Uncode is all set to have a grand successful preliminary round. As per the format of the competition after every round 10% of the participants will move to the next round finally moving to the Grand Finale.

To take Code Uncode to another level, EC-Council has also partnered with two of India’s leading universities- Amity University, wherein they will have participation from 30 of their campuses and Mahamaya Technical University, U.P’s biggest university with 400 colleges affiliated to it. On the Corporate front, registrations are ringing in from TCS, Infosys and many other IT firms.

“With this competition, participants will have an opportunity to move beyond theory and test their coding abilities. The rising entries that we are receiving only indicates the incredible talent pool of competent young people in India, who will become tomorrow’s IT leaders and also the need of an initiative and platform like this. We are glad to have had the foresight to launch an initiative like this that benefits not only the present but also the future of the IT industry of India.” said Akash Agarwal, Country Manager, EC-Council India.

The event will be conducted in 3 parts- Preliminary Semi Finals and the Grand Finale leading to identifying the top programmers in our country.

EC-Council backed with their vast experience in global competitions and conferences like Hacker Halted, TakeDownCon and Global Cyberlympics, is bringing the global movement and trend to India through Code Uncode.

For more information about Code Uncode 2013, visit www.eccouncil.org/codeuncode.

For more information about EC-Council, visit http://www.eccouncil.org/about_us.aspx

About EC-Council

EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants) is one of the world’s largest certification bodies for Information Security professionals. EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various information security and e-business skills. It has been certified by American National Standards Institute to meet its ANSI 17024 standard. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and as well as many others programs. These programs are offered in over 92 countries and over have trained over 120,000 & certified more than 60,000 security professionals through a training network of over 500 training partners globally.

Individuals who have achieved EC-Council certifications include those from some of the finest organizations around the world such as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.


Dutch Police Academy embraced EC-Council certified trainings

A group of 13 employees from the Dutch Cybercrime team attended the first course at the Dutch Police Academy in January 2013, using EC-Council courseware.

This course was specifically tailored to meet the needs of the Dutch Police Academy. The course consists of topics from EC-Council’s world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) course, combined with topics from the more advanced Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) course.

When asked about his reasons for choosing EC-Council courseware, Wim Draaijer, Coordinator Forensic Investigation Team at the Dutch Police Academy said, “We managed to develop our own courseware, specifically tailored to our internal needs, for many years. Since developing courseware for IT security courses is rather time-consuming, and the lifecycle of it is getting shorter and shorter, we decided to look at courseware vendors who were capable of meeting our needs. The unique opportunity to create our own version of courseware, by choosing topics on a “pick and choose” basis provided us with the option to create a course which does cover our very specific needs with a lot less time invested. The fact that the commercial CEH and CHFI certifications are available for our students is an important value-add for our employees”.

The evaluation of the first course was successful, additional groups are scheduled to attend the same course, starting Q3 2013.


EC Council Code Uncode Partners with leading Corporates and Colleges in India

All set to kick start on May 19th ’13 it is a 3-level online competition commencing with the Preliminary round and concluding with the Grand Finale on June 2nd ’13.

Witnessing a lot of interest amongst Corporates, Colleges and the media across the country we have been flooded with requests and messages since the announcement of the launch.

Corporates like HCL Infosystems will interview the TOP 10% of the students that make it to the Grand Finale, ITsAP, a leading association of IT & ITes Companies of the AP state, CMS Infosystems, the largest player in Cash Management in India which also has training business as part of its diverse offerings, Modi Naturals, the leading producer of health oils in India and Synerzip.

Colleges like Lovely Professional University, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology and many more have already come on board to support the cause of secure programming in India.

With registrations flowing in we expect Code Uncode to be a revolutionary initiative that will not only bring a very important part of Information Security- Secure Programming in the limelight but also recognize talent in secure programming across India.

For more information please visit: www.eccouncil.org/codeuncode.aspx


EC-Council, the creators of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker course announces the release of Certified Secure Programmer – .NET

With its new certification, the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer – .NET, (ECSP), EC-Council is making moves to usher in a new era of security.

INDIA- EC Council, the world’s leading provider of certifications and training in the information security domain, has launched its latest offering EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer- ECSP.

In today’s news, there is a continuous stream of reports about large, prestigious organizations falling victim to cyber-attacks. “Zero-day” threat vulnerabilities can mean big business on the black market as hackers buy and sell the right to exploit programming errors in some of today’s biggest software programs. EC-Council is responding to this growing threat by getting to the root of the problem – the lack of programmers skilled in secure coding.

The ECSP course focuses on .NET application security and emphasizes building software from the ground up with security as a core focus. It is not a typical training course which focuses on lecture, but rather, 60% of the student’s time is spent learning via dynamic lab exercises.

“We know the demand for software engineers has been climbing over the last decade and many people have embarked on careers in this field. We don’t see the growth in the demand for programmers to decline one bit – but what we do see happening is a huge emphasis on secure coding and the need for those skilled in secure coding.” Says EC-Council President, Jay Bavisi,

Software glitches, bugs, and vulnerabilities cost the world’s economies billions each year. In fact, the Nasdaq is still dealing with the fallout from its Facebook (FB) IPO, blamed on a software glitch, and estimated to eventually cost $62 million. Even car companies have to worry about securing their onboard software as evidenced by Toyota’s recall of thousands of its hybrid cars due to bad coding.

Mr. Bavisi went on to say that, “EC-Council has developed real world labs to ensure the next generation of security professionals have applied the skills they learn before they even get to a job.”

For more information regarding the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer – .NET, (ECSP), please visit https://www.eccouncil.org/courses/ec-council-certified-secure-programmer-dotnet.

About EC Council

EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants) is one of the world’s largest certification bodies for Information Security professionals. EC-Council is a member-based organization that certifies individuals in various information security and e-business skills. It has been certified by American National Standards Institute to meet its ANSI 17024 standard. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)/License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs, and as well as many others programs. These programs are offered in over 92 countries and over have trained over 120,000 & certified more than 60,000 security professionals through a training network of over 500 training partners globally.

Individuals who have achieved EC-Council certifications include those from some of the finest organizations around the world such as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.

For more information about EC-Council, please visit http://www.eccouncil.org