Certified Ethical Hacker

What is Certified Ethical Hacker?
Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) ist eine professionelle Bezeichnung für Hacker, die legitime Dienste für IT-Unternehmen und andere Organisationen erbringen. Ein CEH wird eingestellt, um Anwendungs- und Systemsicherheitsschwachstellen aufzuspüren und zu reparieren, um Ausnutzung durch Black hat hackers und andere mit möglicherweise illegalen Absichten zu verhindern.

CEH supervision is carried out by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC Council).

People who pass the CEH exam after training in an accredited training center (ATC) or self-study are given the CEH designation. Self-learners must secure their qualifications with two years of practical work experience in information security (IS). Without this experience, a detailed educational background is required which is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

As of May 2012, the latest version of the exam (7) required a 70 percent score with 150 multiple-choice questions and a four-hour limit. Version 7 costs $ 500. Version 6 costs $ 250 plus an authorization fee of $ 100 for both versions. The prices vary depending on the area.

The CEH test is carried out on the computer by an ATC of the EC Council.

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