Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
  • Description
  • Who is it For?
  • Key Outcomes
  • About the Exam
  • Course Learning Objectives

Course Description


Advanced Ethical Hacking Skills for the Red Team to Go Beyond Certification!


In a world where cyber bad actors are drastically increasing, ethical hackers are their opposite twins bearing equal capabilities. A certified ethical hacker is a cybersecurity expert working in the red team, concentrating on the penetration of an organization’s computer systems in order to gain access to networks, databases, applications, sensitive assets, and other critical data. EC-Council certified ethical hacker training possess a comprehensive understanding of external attack master plans and creative breach vectors, enabling them to mimic the efforts of hackers. 


The purpose of our training is to provide a comprehensive understanding of ethical hacking phases, intrusion pathways, and preventive countermeasures. It will prepare you in accordance with what cyber bad actors think and position you to set up strengthened security infrastrucures. 


EC-Council C|EH training program is designed to incorporate a hands-on environment, real-world knowledge, and systematic process across several ethical hacking domains as well as processes. Hence, equipping trainees with in-depth understanding and expertise needed to earn EC-Council certified ethical hacker training certification and master the skills that the evolving cyber world and employers demand. 


Who is it For?

EC-Council certified ethical hacker course is designed for both professionals with over 8 years of IT industry experience and fresh graduates willing to start a career in cybersecurity.


High School Graduates  Information Security Manager
Mid-level Information Security Auditor  IT Security Administrator
Cyber Defense Analyst  Security Administrator
Cybersecurity Analyst Levels 1, 2, and 3  Security Analyst Level 1
Security Analyst  Network Security Engineer
Cybersecurity Consultant  Infosec Security Administrator
Cybersecurity Auditor  Vulnerability Assessment Analyst
Senior SOC Analyst  SOC Security Analyst
Solution Architect  Senior Security Consultant
Warning Analyst  Information Security Analyst 1


Entry Level Positions

Individuals who complete EC-Council-certified ethical hacker training and examination can qualify for entry-level positions, including the following:

  • Security Analyst

  • Security Consultant 

  • Incident Response Specialist 

  • Network Administrator 

  • Security Administrator or Engineer

  • Compliance Auditor/Analyst

  • Cybersecurity Consultant

  • Information Security Manager

  • Penetration Tester

  • Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst

  • Cloud Security Specialist


Key Outcomes

The key outcome of the certified ethical hacker EC-Council certification course is to offer comprehensive and in-depth learning of ethical hacking. They further include:


  1. Thorough and detailed understanding of ethical hacking, domains, attack vectors, and relevant laws

  2. Exposure to threat vectors, their impact on an organization’s IT infrastructure and preventive countermeasures

  3. Advanced knowledge of cloud, IoT, network, and mobile hacking

  4. Preparing trainees to combat evolving cyber threats such as Trojans, Backdoors, Malware, Data Breaches, Phishing, and more

  5. Enables individuals to master mobile hacking skills


About the Exam

To achieve the certified ethical hacker certification credential, candidates must take the EC-Council’s exam. After successfully passing, they can receive certification and membership privileges. After an in-depth evaluation of their knowledge, they pass for EC-Council certified ethical hacker training practical, which is a 4-hour exam designed by subject matter experts. It will test the candidate’s abilities and skills across networks, databases, and operating systems through a real-world practical assessment.


Exam Title: Certified Ethical Hacker (ANSI)

Exam Code: 312-50 (ECC EXAM), 312-50 (VUE)

Number of Questions: 125

Duration: 4 hours

Availability: ECC Exam Portal, VUE

Test Format: Multiple Choice Questions

Course Learning Objectives


EC-council’s exclusive Learn| Practice| Certify| Compete approach covers an all-inclusive training program that prepares you for the C|EH certification exam. It also offers the industry’s most robust, in-depth, hands-on lab experience in ethical hacking and cybersecurity. It will equip you with comprehensive knowledge of the latest commercial-grade hacking techniques, methodologies, and tools used by hackers. EC-Council CEH training program will train you in accordance with laws associated with ethical hacking. 


  • Ethical hacking techniques and evolving methodologies
  • Hands-on practical training of ethical hacking techniques
  • How to hack multiple operating systems  
  • About the latest vulnerabilities, most common security tools, and widely used operating systems in the market


  • Avail industry-recognized certification following the approach: Knowledge + Skill/Abilities = Your Proof!

  • Enables you to showcase your skills in information security threats, attack vectors, risk prevention, and more

  • Become a C|EH master


  • Exposure to various new technologies and platforms from IoT, web applications, SCADA, and more

  • In examination and fight your way to be on the top of the leaderboard

  •  Race the clock in a scenario-based setting against fully developed application and network 

  • Hone cyber skills against new target organizations


  • Enter the market with expert ethical hacking skills 

  • Apply acquired expertise in a mock ethical hacking engagement 

  • Using capture-the-flag-style

C|EH Certification Expertise

Holding industry-recognized, ANSI-accredited C|EH certification itself shows that employers that you are well-trained for the job role. During the certified ethical hacking training course, individuals will further build expertise in:

  Introduction to Ethical Hacking  Session Hijacking
  Footprinting and Reconnaissance  Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
  Scanning Networks  Hacking Web Servers
  Enumeration  Hacking Web Applications
  System Hacking  SQL Injection
  Malware Threats  Hacking Wireless Networks
  Sniffing  Hacking Mobile Platforms
  Social Engineering  IoT Hacking
  Denial-of-Service  Cloud Computing
  Vulnerability Analysis  Cryptography


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