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M2-CPTE

Certified Penetration Testing Engineer

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Description

A Certified Penetration Testing Engineer imagines all of the ways that a hacker can penetrate a data system. You have to go beyond what you learned as an Ethical Hacker because pen testing explores technical and non-technical ways of breaching security to gain access to a system. Our C)PTE course is built on proven hands-on methods utilized by our international group of vulnerability consultants.

In this 5 day Instructor Led course you will learn 5 Key Elements of Pen Testing; Information Gathering, Scanning, Enumeration, Exploitation and Reporting. Plus, discover the latest vulnerabilities and the techniques malicious hackers are using to acquire and destroy data. Additionally, you will learn more about the business skills needed to identify protection opportunities, justify testing activities and optimize security controls appropriate to the business needs in order to reduce business risk.

Upon completion, the Certified Penetration Testing Engineer, C)PTE, candidate will have solid knowledge of testing and reporting procedures which will prepare them for upper management roles within a cybersecurity system. They will be able to competently take the C)PTE exam.

 

Mile2 is Accredited by the NSA-CNSS, Approved on Homelands Security NICCS Framework, and is on the FBI’s Tier 1-3 Certification Training Chart.

Outline

Module 1 – Business and Technical Logistics of Pen Testing

• Section 1 – What is Penetration Testing?
• Section 2 – Today’s Threats
• Section 3 – Staying up to Date
• Section 4 – Pen Testing Methodology
• Section 5 – Pre-Engagement Activities

Module 2 – Information Gathering Reconnaissance- Passive (External Only)

• Section 1 – What are we looking for?
• Section 2 – Keeping Track of what we find!
• Section 3 – Where/How do we find this Information?
• Section 4 – Are there tools to help?
• Section 5 - Countermeasures

Module 3 – Detecting Live Systems – Reconnaissance (Active)

• Section 1 – What are we looking for?
• Section 2 – Reaching Out!
• Section 3 – Port Scanning
• Section 4 – Are there tools to help?
• Section 5 - Countermeasure

Module 4 – Banner Grabbing and Enumeration

• Section 1 – Banner Grabbing
• Section 2 - Enumeration

Module 5 – Automated Vulnerability Assessment

• Section 1 – What is a Vulnerability Assessment?
• Section 2 – Tools of the Trade
• Section 3 – Testing Internal/External Systems
• Section 4 – Dealing with the Results

Module 6 – Hacking Operating Systems

• Section 1 – Key Loggers
• Section 2 - Password Attacks
• Section 3 – Rootkits & Their Friends
• Section 4 – Clearing Tracks

Module 7 – Advanced Assessment and Exploitation Techniques

• Section 1 – Buffer Overflow
• Section 2 - Exploits
• Section 3 – Exploit Framework

Module 8 – Evasion Techniques

• Section 1 – Evading Firewall
• Section 2 - Evading Honeypots
• Section 3 – Evading IDS

Module 9 – Hacking with PowerShell

• Section 1 – PowerShell – A Few Interesting Items
• Section 2 – Finding Passwords with PowerShell

Module 10 – Networks and Sniffing

• Section 1 - Sniffing Techniques

Module 11 – Accessing and Hacking Web Techniques

• Section 1 - OWASP Top 10
• Section 2 – SQL Injection
• Section 3 - XSS

Module 12 – Mobile and IoT Hacking

• Section 1 – What devices are we talking about?
• Section 2 – What is the risk?
• Section 3 – Potential Avenues to Attack
• Section 4 – Hardening Mobile/IoT Devices

Module 13 – Report Writing Basics


• Section 1 – Report Components
• Section 2 – Report Results Matrix
• Section 3 - Recommendations

PreRequisites

  • Mile2 C)PEH or equivalent knowledge
  • 12 months of Networking Experience
  • Sound Knowledge of TCP/IP
  • Basic Knowledge of Linux
  • Microsoft Security experience

Audience

The C)PTE is a course on penetration testing designed for those who already have a basic understanding of cyber security. We recommend an understanding of how computers are networked and how they interact with the internet (TCP/IP). Some of the tools we will use are only developed for Linux; therefor having experience with Linux is a plus. We recommend having the previously mentioned experience or you can prepare to take the course by completing the C)ISSO: Certified Information Systems Officer course as a prerequisite. People who are in or are going into the following professional roles will especially benefit from our course:

  • Pen Testers
  • Security Officers
  • Ethical Hackers
  • Network Auditors
  • Vulnerability assessors
  • System Owners and Managers
  • Cyber Security Engineers
Starting From

$995.00

$3000.00 List Price

5 Days Course

Class Dates

Early Bird Saving
$2700.00
Remote Live

This class runs from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM EDT

$995.00


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