The Comprehensive Ethical Hacking Guide for Beginners

Last updated on May 20, 20201996
  • A primer on ethical hacking and how to get started
  • Real-world examples of ethical hacking
  • Ideal learning path to step up your cybersecurity career

About the eBook

As the world continues to go digital in a big way, companies are allocating tremendous resources to protect their vital digital assets. Whether it’s the massive customer or patient databases, proprietary product specs, mission-critical applications, financial assets, or communications platforms, it’s getting harder and harder to protect so many things from so many potential attack vectors.   

Bad actors that include hackers and cybercriminals continue to find vulnerabilities in corporate networks and infrastructure, and there is a multitude of threat vectors that cybersecurity professionals must have on their radar. Other attack vectors include malicious spam and script injections, IoT and device vulnerabilities, phishing and business email compromise, DDoS attacks, API exploits, and the list goes on and on. Data breaches, furthermore, cost enterprises an average of $3.92 million, according to CSO Online, so there is certainly a lot at stake. 

And this is where the world of certified hackers comes - which is definitely a fascinating one. Download our ebook, The Comprehensive Ethical Hacking Guide for Beginners to learn what it takes to become an ethical hacker and some interesting examples of ethical hacking at work. The eBook will take you through various ethical hacking nuances and give you a primer on ethical hacking and how to get started in this thriving field, real-world examples of ethical hackers who identify key vulnerabilities and help organizations fix the flaws, and help you with an ideal learning path to step up your security career. What are you waiting for? Give it a read now!

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