Certified White Hat Hacker Level 2 hands on – Bangalore

Certified White Hat Hacker Level 2 – Corporate on June 7, 2014 – Bangalore

Hands on Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Training for Corporate

Cyber Security & Privacy Foundation with :

Computer Society Of India(CSI) & Center for Internet Society(CIS)

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CWHH level 2 is an advanced cyber security course. This is practical session with VMs we teach you in your own laptops. This is hands on session, only limited seats. 

 

1. Network Penetration testing Training on Metasploit Framework – 2.5 hours

2. Customised Vulnerability Assessment using Custom Scripts for NMAP, Nessus – 30 minutes

3. Using python (30 minutes)

- Write scripts and tools to aid in penetration testing.

- Analyze, correct, modify and port exploit code.

4. OS hardening from hackers perspective – 45 mins

5. Firewall/IPS log analysis from hackers perspective– 30 mins

6. Web Penetration testing using IronWASP Pentesting – 30 mins

7. We penetration testing Xenotix XSS framework – 30 mins

8. Malware

  • Introduction
  • Different type of Virus, worms, Trojans
  • Static & Dynamic analysis
  • Writing Signatures.

9. Hardware Hacking – Attacks using Hardware Vector

Certification: Cyber Security & Privacy Foundation and Computer Society of India jointly issues the certificate.

Trainers:

Mr.Nikhil.P.Kulkarni(Trainer):

Mr.Nikhil.P.Kulkarni is a 21 year old one of the youngest Cyber Security Researchers of India. He was one of the key speakers at DEFCON Bangalore Meet where he presented his research paper on Credit Card Frauds.

He is also an active member of the NULL Security Community and has presented his talks at NULL Bangalore Security Meet and NULL Infosys Mysore Security Meet. He has helped various companies such as DELL, TechCrunch, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Adobe, Barracuda Networks, Engine Yard, etc. in improving their Network Security. He has also found various Vulnerabilities/Security weaknesses in websites such as Mega.co.nz, About.me, DELL, Harmony App, Phishtank, MakeUseOf and many more. He has been appreciated by Cyber Czar Kim Dotcom for his efforts and has received an appreciation letter from the CMO of “Mega Privacy Ltd.”

He has been listed and acknowledged in various “HALL OF FAMES” of various including microsoft.

Mr.Sabari Selvan(Trainer)

Mr. Sabari Selvan is a young Entrepreneur, founder of BreaktheSecurity.com and the BreaktheSecurity Team. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of the famous E-magazine “E HACKING NEWS” (one of India’s Leading IT Security Portal). His field of expertise include Malware Analysis, Web Application Penetration Testing, and Linux Security. He has an experience of more than 3 years in the field of Cyber Security. He has discovered various security flaws in various high profile websites including Mozilla, Nokia, AT&T, 160By2 ,Way2SMS and more.

Suriya Prakash (Trainer)

has been in the security field for more than three years. He has exposed and helped fix vulnerabilities in lots of high profile websites. He has done research into malware , particularly he predicted the raise of TOR based botnets and showed how they work before major antivirus vendors where even aware of them. He also writes for EHN a leading security oriented news website.

Who should Attend:

IT Managers, CISO, Vulnerability assessment, Penetration testing professionals, Security engineers, System engineer, Programmers, Network/system/web admins.

Any one who has attended CWHH level 1 Corporate or CWHH level 1 complete or CWHH level 1 – basic can attend. If have exposure to computer security you could attend this course.

Price & Registration:

http://www.meraevents.com/event/certified-white-hat-hacker-level-2–hands-on

Early bird price Rs. 2000/- per person for the training. please register asap.

Please bring your laptop with data card connection.

 

 



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