This is an Ethical Hacking course that any beginner can start with to learn in detail topics like:
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While being one of the most challenging jobs, Ethical Hackers help companies find possible security leaks in their systems and protect them from potential threats. They are expected to document all the steps undertaken carefully to determine the vulnerabilities in a system. Further, they might have to spend hours writing reports in clear and concise language for network owners. However, not all ethical hacking is confined to penetration testing. Many ethical hackers write examining computer codes to look for flaws. With the fast growing need for ethical hackers in various industries, a talent gap is expected in the coming years. As per the World Economic Forum (WEF), “nowhere is the workforce-skills gap more pronounced than in cybersecurity.” As more and more businesses realise this, almost every industry is looking to hire ethical hackers to keep their information safe and secure from possible breaches. Therefore, it is the need of the hour for aspirants in these fields to upskill themselves adequately to attract promising job opportunities.