“To competently perform rectifying security service, two critical incident response elements are necessary: information and organization.” – Robert E. Davis
As a cybersecurity professional, you have a unique responsibility to find and
understand your organization’s vulnerabilities and to work diligently to mitigate
them before the bad guy’s pounce. Are you ready?
OHSE (Offensive Hacking and Security Expert), the flagship GCSRT (Global Cyber Security Response Team) course for Offensive penetration testing, fully arms you to address this duty head-on.
THE MUST-HAVE Offensive Hacking Security Expert COURSE FOR EVERY WELL-ROUNDED SECURITY PROFESSIONAL.
With comprehensive coverage of tools, techniques, and methodologies for network penetration testing, OHSE truly prepares you to conduct high-value penetration testing projects step-by-step and end-to-end.
Every organization needs skilled information security personnel who can find
vulnerabilities and mitigate their effects, and this entire course is specially designed to get you ready for that role.
The Offensive Hacking and Security Expert (OHSE) starts with proper planning, scoping and recon, then dives deep into scanning, target exploitation, password attacks, and web app manipulation, with over 50 detailed hands-on labs throughout.
The course is chock full of practical, real-world tips from some of the world’s best penetration testers to help you do your job safely, efficiently…and masterfully.
LEARN THE BEST WAYS TO TEST YOUR OWN SYSTEMS BEFORE THE
BAD GUYS ATTACK
You will learn how to perform detailed reconnaissance, studying a target’s infrastructure by mining blogs, search engines, social networking sites, and other Internet and intranet infrastructures.
Our hands-on labs will equip you to scan target networks using best-of-breed tools.
We won’t just cover run-of-the-mill options and configurations; we’ll also go over the lesser known but super-useful capabilities of the best pen test tool sets available today.
After scanning, you’ll learn dozens of methods for exploiting target systems to gain access and measure real business risk.
You’ll dive deep into post-exploitation, password attacks, and web apps, pivoting through the target environment to model the attacks of real-world bad guys to emphasize the importance of defense in depth.
Who can attend training?
- Anyone new to Cyber Security
- Want to Enhance or Upgrade Skills
- Non-IT Manager/ Candidate who deal with Technical Issues
- Professional with basic computer and Technical Knowledge
- Career Change / Job Opportunity