Ethical Hacking (NETT 2501)
Develop hacking abilities for the purpose of strengthening an organization’s Information Technology (IT) and Information Systems (IS) assets by testing for vulnerabilities. An ethical hacker develops and systematically attacks a computer system or data communications network to find existing weak points, then uses their findings to strengthen the system or network. The skills of an ethical hacker can be used to test technology implementation against security criteria. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of computer security and networking. Important: The students will have to sign an ethics declaration. (30 hours)
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