A week hardly goes by without a report of a data breach. According to a recent survey conducted by CFO Global Magazine indicated that over 80 percent of companies in the U.S. have successfully been hacked. Both small businesses and large corporations, such as Sony, are being targeted by cybercriminals. It seems like everyone needs skilled ethical hackers to protect their systems.
Network security is at the pivotal point for any organization or business entity. It involves protection of access, mismanagement, and hacking of a company’s’ crucial files of a computer network system. Many organizations have employed a tool to check and test for their network security and one of them is ethical hacking.
Have you been considering providing ethical hacking certification for your IT employees? As Denial of Service attacks and incidents of data theft mount worldwide, ethical hackers are in ever-greater demand by law enforcement, government, and business to test and improve cybersecurity.