Ethical-hacking training racing against changing security landscape
Providers of security training skills are working overtime to keep their curriculum relevant to new threats while teaching advanced hacking skills in a methodical and manageable way, according to the head of Australia’s largest IT training provider.
Instructors “try to adapt the classroom to the contemporary situation,” Mal Shaw, general manager of Dimension Data Learning Services (DDLS), told CSO Australia as the company recently introduced a new scenarios to engage candidates in the company’s Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) courses.
DDLS began offering C|EH courses – developed by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) – in Australia last year and has seen a “great” uptake in the course, Shaw said.
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