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CEHv8 (Certified Ethical Hacking) training course 25 - 29 November 2013

* Join GTSP for the next CEHv8 (Certified Ethical Hacking) training class, 25-29 November 2013.
* To secure your seat, book now!
* Free Raspberry Pi when you make your booking. Limited quantity available. Quote "ITWEB011".


Johannesburg, 08 Oct 2013
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The GTSP CEHv8 training programme is the world's most advanced ethical hacking course, with 20 of the most current security domains any ethical hacker will ever want to know when they are planning to beef up the information security posture of their organisation.

The CEHv8 training course contains many enhancements, including core content updates, well-organised content flow, incorporated diagrammatic representation of concepts and attacks, showcasing the latest hacking techniques, pen-testing components, updated labs and course-ware, and popular hacking and security tools videos.

The goal of this course is to help students master an ethical hacking methodology that can be used in a penetration testing or ethical hacking situation. Students will walk out the door with hacking skills that are high in demand. The CEH Certification is internationally recognised.

GTSP's certified instructor will make sure you receive up-to-date training and latest tools. GTSP is also proud to announce its EC Council Award for ATC of the Year 2013, and a third award in a row for its Certified Instructor "Circle of Excellence" Instructor 2013 Award.

Who should attend?

The CEH course will be of significant benefit to security officers (police and other law enforcement personnel), defence and military personnel, auditors, security professionals, site/system administrators, banking, insurance and other professionals, IT managers and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of their network infrastructure.

Duration:
Five days in class training (Monday - Friday) 9am-5pm

Date:
Monday 14 October - Friday 18 October 2013

Venue:
Midrand Conference Centre, Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa

Exam:
The CEHv8 exam can be written on the last day of the training or at a scheduled exam date later. Students need to pass the online Prometric exam to receive the CEHv8 certification. Exam info:
* Number of questions: 125
* Passing score: 70%
* Test duration: four hours online, Web-based
* Test format: multiple choice

Price:
Call or e-mail us now for a quotation. ITWeb readers will receive a 10% discount on the normal price + Raspberry PI (limited stock available - first come, first serve)

How to register?
We will require a completed registration form, which you can request via e-mail or telephone:
Tel: +27 12 661-9621/083 640 3335
E-mail: training@gtsp.co.za / info@gtsp.co.za
Registration period will close 15 November 2013. Don't miss out!

GTSP

GTSP has provided IT security services and IT security training for the last 12 years. GTSP has grown its current portfolio to offer more services to its clients. These services include penetration testing, vulnerability and risk assessment, network/patch management, event log collection/correlation, product evaluation, SOX compliance testing, Cobit compliance, PCI compliance. As part of the security services, GTSP also offers IT security training.

CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker), CHFI (Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator), ECSA (EC Council Certified Security Analyst), CSCU (Certified Secure Computer User) Training. The training course includes the physical kit, exam voucher and exam that can be written on the last day of the course or at a scheduled exam date afterwards.

GTSP has won the EC Council ATC of the year award for 2013, and its certified instructor has won his third award for Circle of Excellence Instructor Award.

Please contact GTSP for any other training and dates.

GTSP - Global Technology Security Provider
Tel: +27 (0)12 661-9621 / Fax: +27 (0) 86 544-5923
www.gtsp.co.za | info@gtsp.co.za/ training@gtsp.co.za

Editorial contacts
GTSP Surika Van Heerden (+27) 012 661 9621 svanheerden@gtsp.co.za
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