Certified Ethical Hackers (CEH) Help Fortify Cyber Security
Certified Ethical Hackers (CEH) attempt to penetrate enterprise security using the same methods as criminal hackers, with the objective of pinpointing vulnerabilities so that preventive measures can be implemented. With client authorization, Certified Ethical Hackers probe the target while remaining within legal limits.
SECNAP Network Security combines ethical hacking with IT security audits, external penetration testing, web application assessments, wireless audits, social engineering audits and other tools to offer a comprehensive security arsenal for the enterprise client. Mini-audits deploy some of these tools to perform the same service for smaller businesses, and a one-time security check-up benchmarks a client’s overall security program. Many services are currently available at special discounts to help businesses maintain their security programs despite recessionary budgets.
In addition to ethical hacker certification, the SECNAP security audit team leverages decades of industry experience in evaluating information security programs for clients worldwide. The team includes security experts who are certified as Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSP), Information Security Managers (CISM) and Information Systems Auditors (CISA).
“Learning to think like hackers has enabled us to uncover vulnerabilities so that our clients’ risk of unauthorized network intrusion can be significantly reduced,” said
Training to become a CEH is available from EC-Council, which offers security professionals a well-rounded body of knowledge pertaining to security threats and counter-measures.
SECNAP Network Security is a leading provider of security solutions for business, including the innovative SpammerTrap(R) Email Security solution, available as an appliance or hosted service to effectively stop spam, viruses and other cybercrime; a managed Network Security solution that ensures unrivaled 24/7 protection of network and information assets; and Security Services including external penetration testing, security health checks and compliance audits, web application and Wi-Fi assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com.
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