KNUST & E-CRIME BUREAU INVITE APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE ABOVE TRAINING PROGRAMME.
A. Course Objective
This hands-on training will take participants through the process of gathering and analysing information of targets, to identify vulnerabilities/weaknesses, categorize their risk and exploit them. The primary objective of the training however, is to build competence of participants in evaluating the cyber security posture of an organisation or a targeted system. The course will also prepare participants to pass the C|PEH exam and be recognized as an international cyber security professional.
B. Target Participants
Professionals involved in protecting and simulating attacks against the infrastructure, networks, processes of organizations and other targeted entities:
- Data Protection Officers
- Security Officers
- Ethical Hackers
- Network and System Administrators
- IT Risk Managers
- Cyber Security Engineers
- Incidence Response Member(s)
Programme Entry Requirements
Admission to the Short Course requires knowledge and practical experience in Information Technology (IT) from relevant academic or professional environments. Practitioners without formal academic qualification may also apply.
Date: Saturday 25th to Tuesday 28th April, 2018
Venue: Digital Forensic Laboratory, College of Science, KNUST
Ethical Hacker Course Cost: GHS 1,850.00
For information on the above programmes including cost and registration, contact:
Steps to fill the Application Form
- Download the form
- Complete the form by typing in the values for the fields (not with pen)
- Please click Save button to save all that you have typed before emailing it via the provided email address
- Include the pay-in-slip as evidence of your payment with the completed form before sending to the committee via the email address