Does the term ‘Ethical Hacker’ sound like an oxymoron to you? To make it clear for you, let us explain how an ethical hacker is different from malicious hacker. A certified Information Security & Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands IT hacking. But the similarity ends just there. An ethical hacker knows the loopholes of hacking, and looks for vulnerabilities in target systems. He uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker would, but applies it legitimately to assess the security posture of a target system(s).

ATL, a pioneer in India’s Information Security industry, has been training people on ethical hacking since 2001. ATL’s ISEH Certification is handed out upon achieving ISO/IEC 27001 and the set of criteria outlined in the Information Security sector.

What does ISEH certification aim at?
  • a. Establish ethical hacking as a self-regulating profession
  • b. Govern minimum standards for credentialing professional Information Security specialists in ethical hacking measures
  • c. Inform the public that credentialed individuals meet or exceed the minimum standards.
Why choose ISEH?

It is imperative to secure information of organisations that use cyberspace extensively. Securing all digital assets of a company, such as network servers, websites, and emails from malicious hackers is crucial to prevent data leak.
ATL’s ISEH Training Program trains students in Ethical Hacking and Information Security. Within the gambit of Information Security, the course educates students about the important aspects of Ethical Hacking:

  • Security Engineering : Information Security and Ethical Hacking
  • Operating System Security : Windows and Linux
  • Network Security : LAN, Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Security : Web Based and Host Based
  • Applied Cryptography : PKI and Digital Signatures
  • Digital Defense : Enterprise Security

The popularity of career in Ethical Hacking and Information Security has increased in the last few decades. Today, a certified hacker has financial stability, recognition and job security. ISEH certification turns an average Joe into a professional ethical hacker.