TLDR: The How to Hack from Beginner to Ethical Hacking Certification courses can be a brilliant introduction to a whole new career as an ethical defender of vulnerable tech systems.
Want to know the difference between a guy who knows a whole lot about cybersecurity and a guy who knows a whole lot about cybersecurity who’s been certified? Well, almost $15,000. That’s the disparity found by a survey of government IT professionals with security clearances, who averaged just over $96,000 a year for non-certified employees, but almost $111,000 for those with at least one certification or more.
It’s not just what you know, but what you can prove that you know that matters. With the training in the How to Hack from Beginner to Ethical Hacking Certification package ($39, over 90 percent off, from TNW Deals), the path is laid clear for those interested in a career as a certified — and well-paid — cybersecurity pro.
There’s a lot to be taken from this eight-course, more than 160-hour collection featuring close examinations of all the steps to go from interested online security novice to qualified and certified security specialist.
Most of this coursework is built especially for the complete cybersecurity newbie, with training like The Complete Ethical Hacking Course, the A to Z Ethical Hacking Course, and The Complete Ethical Hacking 2019 Course: Beginner to Advanced presenting all the basic knowledge and core concepts that today’s ethical hackers swear by to protect modern computer networks and systems.
It’s a full 360-degree smorgasbord of security training with this collection, including a pair of courses in the Python programming language and its key role in writing over 20 different ethical hacking and security programs. Students will even learn how to code your own advanced tools like a command and control center with multiple connections to a host of potentially vulnerable PCs.
The How to Hack from Beginner to Ethical Hacking Certification bundle is a murderer’s row of in-depth web security knowledge, a $1,649 collection of tools and training now on sale for a fraction of that cost at just $39.
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