Varsity Tutors can offer CEH test prep assistance to you as you work towards earning your CEH, or Certified Ethical Hacker, certification. It's no surprise that companies around the world want to acquire talented hackers to be a part of their security personnel. This makes it a very lucrative career option. The first step in your career fighting against the malicious hackers that constantly attempt to break into companies and organizations worldwide is to earn your CEH. The first step towards earning your CEH is making sure your CEH prep is as effective and thorough as possible. And your first step towards that could easily be signing up for one-on-one CEH test preparation through Varsity Tutors.
The CEH courses we offer differ from the classroom-based options you may find, because the core feature of our CEH prep process is connecting you with valuable CEH tutoring with a knowledgeable individual who matches your CEH prep needs. By studying in a one-on-one setting, your CEH classes can be customized to fit your unique combination of attributes. For example, CEH tutors can get to know you well enough to identify and implement the study methods that work best for you.
Your CEH test prep instructor may also demonstrate test-taking strategies that align with your process when testing. You'll be taking a test featuring 125 multiple-choice questions with a four-hour time limit. It's important that you find a pace that allows you to complete all questions within the time allotted without causing you a great deal of stress. To this end, part of your CEH preparation may be your tutor administering timed practice sections on a regular basis until you feel confident in your speed. If test anxiety is one of your struggles, your CEH prep may include relaxation techniques you utilize during the exam to help keep you focused and steady.
One thing you can definitely expect from your CEH test prep tutor is exhaustive coverage of all the content that you will or may be presented with on test day. The following list includes just some of those topics:
CEH Topics (Non-Comprehensive)
- Mobile platform attack vector, android vulnerabilities, and mobile security guidelines
- Firewall, IDS, and honeypot evasion techniques
- Various cloud computing concepts, security techniques, and attacks
- Various types of penetration testing and security auditing
- Vulnerability analysis to identify loopholes in an organization's network
- Packet sniffing techniques and how to defend against them
- Social Engineering techniques, identify theft, and countermeasures
Many of the top companies, organizations, and government agencies around the world consider the CEH as a basic requirement for employees working in cybersecurity. When you consider this, it gives the necessity of the best quality CEH test prep possible a bit more weight. Whether you're currently working as a site administrator, auditor, or other type of security professional involved with network infrastructure, earning your CEH is an essential first step towards an in-demand career that pays well and offers as much room for growth as you could want. It's in your best interest to do whatever you need to in order to be fully prepared for the test. It sounds dramatic, but your entire future could actually depend on it.
Happily, Varsity Tutors has a solid solution through the individually customized CEH course we would be happy to connect you with. All you have to do is contact us, the sooner the better, so we can get your questions answered and schedule your first CEH class.
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