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The Growing Need for Cyber Security Skills

As cyber breaches continue to make headlines with government organisations and businesses locally and aboard, the demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals has never been higher than before.

Recently, the Singapore government has launched a number of schemes and programmes including the Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) to help address the shortage of cybersecurity talent.1

You can unlock a world of benefits when you join the ranks of cybersecurity specialists.

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You can expect to earn up to up to S$70K annually as a Cybersecurity Analyst and eventually rising to S$250K+ when you become a Senior Director or Managing Director.2 The Singapore government infocomm technology budget for cybersecurity has risen to 8% in 2016 to strengthen its cyber systems.3

While a third of organisations plan to increase their cybersecurity investment significantly over the next three years.4

The Singapore cybersecurity market is expected to generate 2,500 jobs by 2018 and reach $900 million by 2020.5

If you’re interested in growing your career prospects in cybersecurity, then going for certifications should be your next step.

As a Triple EC-Council Circle of Excellence Awards Winner in 2017 and Authorised Training Centre, we deliver a series of certification courses that help you quickly grow and be recognised for your cybersecurity skills.

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Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v9
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Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) v9 

Who is it
for?
Anyone with basic IT knowledge and interested in becoming a
Cybersecurity Specialist
Anyone with Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or equivalent knowledge and experience
What will you learn? 1.      Introduction to ethical hacking

2.      Footprinting and reconnaissance

3.      Scanning networks

4.      Enumeration

5.      System hacking

6.      Malware threats

7.      Sniffing

8.      Social engineering

9.      Denial-of-Service

10.    Session hijacking

11.    Hacking webservers

12.    Hacking web applications

13.    SQL injection

14.    Hacking wireless networks

15.    Hacking mobile platforms

16.    Evading IDS, firewall & honeypots

17.    Cloud computing

18.    Cryptography

 

1.    Computer Forensics in Today’s World

2.    Computer Forensics Investigation Process

3.    Understanding Hard Disks and File Systems

4.    Operating System Forensics

5.    Defeating Anti-Forensics Techniques

6.    Data Acquisition and Duplication

7.    Network Forensics

8.    Investigating Web Attacks

9.    Database Forensics

10.  Cloud Forensics

11.  Malware Forensics

12.  Investigating Email Crimes

13.  Mobile Forensics

14.  Investigative Reports

How long does it takes? 40 Hours 40 Hours
What is tested? 1 certification exam
(EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50)
1 certification exam
(EC-Council Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator
exam 312-49)
How it benefits you? After passing the exam, students will receive Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification from EC-Council. After passing the exam, students will receive Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) certification from EC-Council.

 

Meet our EC Council Certified Trainer

These lessons are delivered by our skilled instructor with professional industry experience in cybersecurity and information technology.

Belly Rachdianto
Belly Rachdianto
EC-Council Instructor Circle of Excellence Award Winner for 2017

1 Business Times (Apr 26, 2017), “Putting on the Cyber Defence Armour”
2 Morgan McKinley 2017 IT (Permanent) Salary Guide
3 Straits Times (Jul 11, 2017), “Proposed Bill for Cybersecurity to take Precedence over Bank, Privacy rules”
4 CFO Innovation (Jan 20, 2017), “Singapore Companies are Getting Smarter about Security Spending”
5 Channel NewsAsia (Apr 2, 2017), “Commentary: Cybersecurity is the Next Economic Battleground”