Certified Ethical Hacker v12 is the latest version of the CEH cyber security training program by the EC-Council. With its release today, the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants has added new tools and techniques to the course that resonates with modern threats and vulnerabilities. The latest version will also onboard HackerVerse (monthly hacking challenges) to help learners test their hacking skills and keep up with real-life cyberattack scenarios.
The v12 is an upgraded version of CEH v11 and includes the latest modules, tools, and case studies of strategies employed by hackers and information security experts to legal ends. Employers can access the CEH v12 by reviewing the company’s official website.
CEH v12 New Features
CEH is one of the popular foundational courses deemed as the essential requirement to get started in cybersecurity. With its base-level modules, CEH courses are relatively shorter in duration and requires a proctored exam to get certified as a cybersecurity professional.
The course’s curriculum is based on the five “Phases of Ethical Hacking” and offers content to get the basic gist of cybersecurity and its hierarchical branches.
Certified Ethical Hacker Version 12 training program has 20 learning modules, five days of training, and 1900+ lab manual pages, covering in-depth, hands-on coverage of the five stages of ethical hacking utilizing various contemporary technologies.
Additionally, the course allows students to apply the study material in the practice lab, giving them a chance to put their knowledge to the test and use it in actual situations. After completing the 20 modules, the users will be required to take a CEH certification exam, which will come in handy in applications for cybersecurity roles.
Certified Ethical Hacker v12 Course Overview
EC-Council has shared the course content overview and all it will include in the 20-module structure. Here is a quick look at the course content provided in version 12 by the EC-Council.
- Reconnaissance of the pre-attack phases.
- List popular tools used to gather data from websites, networks, and databases.
- Introduction to access points hackers use to infiltrate a computer or network.
- Tracks Covered will guide you on how to leave no traces and evidence as a hacker.
- Training and assessments simulated real-life situations.
- Access to international hacking competitions to sharpen your skills as an ethical hacker.
- Hackers’ philosophy and how missions are operated within hacker communities.
- 3,500+ hacking tools and 519 attack techniques covered.
For the uninitiated, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Certification is one of the most popular accreditations for basic entry-level positions. Cybersecurity accreditation services like CEH, SANS, CREST, and Offensive Security’s Penetration Testing are designed to cater to students, teachers, and professionals who wants to start or transition to cybersecurity. The v12 is the latest version of CEH and is now available on the company’s website.