Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE)
CERTIFIED PENETRATION TESTING ENGINEER TRAINING (CPTE) WORKSHOP – HANDS-ON
This Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training course/certification has been validated by the NSA for: CNSSI-4013, National Information Assurance Training Standard for System Administrators.
CPTE’s foundation is built firmly upon proven hands-on Penetration Testing methodologies as utilized by our international group of vulnerability consultants. ENO Institute trainers keep abreast of their expertise by practicing what they teach; we believe that an equal emphasis on theoretical and real world experience is essential for effective knowledge transfer to you, the student. The CPTE presents information based on the 5 Key Elements of Pen Testing; Information Gathering, Scanning, Enumeration, Exploitation and Reporting. The latest vulnerabilities will be discovered using these tried and true techniques. This Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) Workshop also enhances the business skills needed to identify protection opportunities, justify testing activities and optimize security controls appropriate to the business needs in order to reduce business risk.
We go far beyond simply teaching you to “Hack” – be prepared to learn penetration testing using advanced persistent threat techniques along with the highest level ethical hacking methodologies. This Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) Workshop is based on current principles and methods used by malicious hackers. Learn to ‘hack’…live to protect.
- The Certified Penetration Testing Engineer exam is taken online through Mile2 Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your Mile2 account. The exam will take 2 hours and consist of 100 multiple choice questions. The cost is $500 USD and must be purchased from ENO Institute.
- 5 Days of CPTE Training from an Authorized Instructor
- Official Student Courseware (Electronic Version)
- Student Lab guide
- Exam Prep Guide
- Certificate of Completion
- CPEs: 40 Hours
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Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training Course – Customize it
- We can adapt this Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
- If you are familiar with some aspects of this Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
- We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
- If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course in manner understandable to lay audiences.
Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) Course – Audience/Target Group
The target audience for this Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course:
- Pen Testers
- Ethical Hackers
- Network Auditors
- Cyber Security professionals
- Vulnerability Assessors
- Cyber Security Managers
- IS Managers
Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) Course – Class Prerequisites
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course are:
- A minimum of 12 months’ experience in networking technologies
- Sound knowledge of TCP/IP
- Knowledge of Microsoft packages
- Network+, Microsoft, Security+
- Basic Knowledge of Linux is essential
Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) Course – Objectives
After completing this Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course, students will be able to:
- Upon proper completion of the Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) course, CPTE students will be able to confidently sit for the Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) exam. Students will enjoy an in-depth course that is frequently updated to maintain and incorporate changes in the cyber security environment. This Certified Penetration Testing Engineer (CPTE) course offers up-to-date proprietary labs that have been researched and developed by leading cyber security professionals from around the world.
Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Training (CPTE) – Course Content
Module 0 –Course Introduction
Module 1 –Business and Technical Logistics of Pen Testing
- Section 1 –What is Penetration Testing?
- Section 2 –Today’s Threats
- Section 3 –Staying up to Date
- Section 4 –Pen Testing Methodology
- Section 5 –Pre-Engagement Activities
Module 2 –Information Gathering Reconnaissance-Passive (External Only)
- Section 1 –What are we looking for?
- Section 2 –Keeping Track of what we find!
- Section 3 –Where/How do we find this Information?
- Section 4 –Are there tools to help?
- Section 5 -Countermeasures
Module 3 –Detecting Live Systems –Reconnaissance (Active)
- Section 1 –What are we looking for?
- Section 2 –Reaching Out!
- Section 3 –Port Scanning
- Section 4 –Are there tools to help
- Section 5 -Countermeasure
Module 4 –Banner Grabbing and Enumeration
- Section 1 –Banner Grabbing
- Section 2 -Enumeration
Module 5 –Automated Vulnerability Assessment
- Section 1 –What is a Vulnerability Assessment?
- Section 2 –Tools of the Trade
- Section 3 –Testing Internal/External Systems
- Section 4 –Dealing with the Results
Module 6 –Hacking Operating Systems
- Section 1 –Key Loggers
- Section 2 -Password Attacks
- Section 3 –Rootkits & Their Friends
- Section 4 –Clearing Tracks
Module 7 –Advanced Assessment and Exploitation Techniques
- Section 1 –Buffer Overflow
- Section 2 -Exploits
- Section 3 –Exploit Framework
Module 8 –Evasion Techniques
- Section 1 –Evading Firewall
- Section 2 -Evading Honeypots
- Section 3 –Evading IDS
Module 9 –Hacking with PowerShell
- Section 1 –PowerShell –A Few Interesting Items
- Section 2 –Finding Passwords with PowerShell
Module 10 –Networks and Sniffing
- Section 1 -Sniffing Techniques
Module 11 –Accessing and Hacking Web Techniques
- Section 1 -OWASP Top 10
- Section 2 –SQL Injection
- Section 3 -XSS
Module 12 –Mobile and IoT Hacking
- Section 1 –What devices are we talking about
- Section 2 –What is the risk?
- Section 3 –Potential Avenues to Attack
- Section 4 –Hardening Mobile/IoT Devices
Module 13 –Report Writing Basics
- Section 1 –Report Components
- Section 2 –Report Results Matrix
- Lab 1 – Introduction to Pen Testing Setup
- Lab 2 – Linux Fundamentals
- Lab 3 – Using Tools For Reporting
- Lab 4 – Information Gathering
- Lab 5 – Detecting Live Systems – Scanning Techniques
- Lab 6 – Enumeration
- Lab 7 – Vulnerability Assessments
- Lab 8 – Software Goes Undercover
- Lab 9 – System Hacking – Windows
- Lab 10 – System Hacking – Linux/Unix Hacking
- Lab 11 – Advanced Vulnerability and Exploitation Techniques
- Lab 12 – Network Sniffing/IDS
- Lab 13 – Attacking Databases
- Lab 14 – Attacking Web Applications