This ECSA course aims to test students’ knowledge and application of critical penetration testing methodologies.
It also provides students with a real-world hands-on penetration testing experience and covers key topics such as testing of modern infrastructures, operating systems, application environments, penetration testing reporting and documentation.
After completing this course, students may choose to pursue the following roles (but not limited to):
Students are required to have the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification before attending this course.
Who Should Attend
Mode of training: Classroom
Duration: 40 hours
For more information, please fill up the enquiry form for our course consultants to contact you.
After passing the examination, students will receive the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) certification from EC-Council.
Course Fees: S$2,675.00 (With GST)
Please note that the course fees for intakes commencing February 2019 (and after) is currently under review and will be advised in due course for applicants in the February 2019 intake onwards.
This course is eligible for SkillsFuture Credit* up to S$500.
|Course Title:||EC- Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)|
|Course Reference Number:||CRS-N-0046680|
(before SkillsFuture Credit)
|S$2,675.00 (w/ GST)
S$2,500.00 (w/o GST)
|Funding Validity Period:||09 May 2018 – 08 May 2019|
|Course Objectives:||This ECSA course aims to test students’ knowledge and application of critical penetration testing methodologies. It also provides students with a real-world hands-on penetration testing experience and covers key topics such as testing of modern infrastructures, operating systems, application environments, penetration testing reporting and documentation.|
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According to SkillsFuture Singapore, this window period is sufficient for individuals to make claims to facilitate earlier programme registration.When making a claim, you should inform your Programme Consultant on the intention to use your SkillsFuture Credit and to request for the relevant amount to be offset against the qualifying programme fees.
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