As we create more data, protecting it has become a focus of both consumer privacy and the law. The 2022 Premium Certified Ethical Hacker Certification Bundle teaches you the skills you need to become a white-hat hacker protecting networks, and you can save an extra 15% with the code SAVE15NOV for a limited time during our Pre-Black Friday sale.

Wearing A White Hat

Each of these 10 courses is taught by an experienced team of ethical hackers and instructors, such as senior penetration tester Mohamed Atef and computer scientist Zaid Al-Quraishi. Drawing from example attacks and the ones they've fended off as part of their daily work, each instructor uses both theory and code-along examples to show you how to defend devices, networks, and people from hackers and social engineers.

Learning To Hack Ethically

The bundle starts with an ethical hacking bootcamp and an overview of the free tools used to test for vulnerabilities. Once you have that grounding, you can move on to learning how Python is used in ethical hacking, and how testers breach websites, from scratch. It's ideal both for those totally new to coding, and coders who want a new perspective on the skills they use daily.

From there, you can move into networks, with two courses on how they're invaded and what tools are used, and Kali Linux, a distribution designed to help you piece together what happened when a digital space is broken into and other digital forensics.

Finally, for both the career-minded and those with a desire to learn more about cybersecurity, there's a course on the CompTIA Pentest+ certification and the CEH-v11, two certifications you can use to launch a career in cybersecurity.

Get the 2022 Premium Certified Ethical Hacker Certification Bundle for $29.74 (reg. $2000) with code SAVE15NOV in our Pre-Black Friday Sale.

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