There is a discriminating shortage of cyber security experts in public and private sectors. Recently department of labor stated that there is zero percent unemployment in information security jobs and a study by Cisco systems reported that those jobs are highest paid jobs
There is a requirement of a decently prepared cyber security workforce. It can only be the best defense against ever present and increasing cyber threats. Our expert level cyber security training portfolio covers the skills you have to get from foundational to master levels. Beginning with cyber security awareness, we focus on building required skills through our very own advance ethical hacking curriculum.
Over the past year, we have all experienced the onslaught of headlines about major hacks and widespread new information security threats. It has been dark reading, indeed, for the hundreds of millions of consumers who have seen their credit card numbers, email addresses, and other personal information exposed by online intruders. Globally, cybercrime costs exceed $445 billion each year, with the United States accounting for nearly one-quarter of that price tag, the Center for Strategic and International Studies reported in June. How did we get here, and what does it mean for the future? Researchers in the Florida Tech University online Master of Science in Information Technology/Cyber Security program recently pulled together data on industry trends and predictions to create a graphical portrait of where the industry is -- and where it needs to be.
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The main difference when security testing is of mindset when compared with functional testing . When functional testing, you are trying to prove that a feature works for an end-user – it does what they expect, and does not hinder them from completing their tasks. You would probably prioritise accordingly – focus on features that are used more often, used by more users, are considered the most important, etc. As a security tester / ethical hacker, your ‘end-user’ is now an attacker trying to break your application. The goal of your testing is to prove that a specific attack scenario does not succeed, for any attack scenario. A significant difficulty here is that, proving a feature works is much easier than proving that a specific feature cannot be hacked by any method.
This requires a special mindset and skill, and only few can do ethical hacking effectively. To identify those who have this ability we have developed a 1 week course in which you will be trained in 22 topics of CEHv8 certification. After one week training you will be eligible to apply for CEH certification or if selected in our interview process will be absorbed in Ameccaz.
- One week of exclusive training on CEH v8 certification.
- 4 hours of class room and 4 hours of practical sessions every day.
- After completion of one week training an interview will be conducted .
- Shortlisted candidate will be absorbed into the Ameccaz as a Security Consultant
- All the selected candidates will be trained on advanced ethical hacking syllabus for 6 months .
- Stipend will be paid to the candidates during the training period.
- Job location will be in Hyderabad-Telangana
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Put your passions to work, build your experience and network globally in ways you’ve never dreamed. Life at ameccaz is never dull. One minute you’re knee-deep in a brainstorming session to solve complex security threats and the next you’re painting a house for a local charity. At ameccaz we hire for potential and pay for performance. We work hard, act quickly, take smart risks, and hold ourselves – and each other – accountable for putting out great work. And, we have a great time along the way. If you have the talent, we have the job.
Due to the increased complexity of cybercrime, the training required to enter the field is becoming more stringent as the number of cyber security jobs available continues growing. Recent high-profile hacks of government and private sector websites have been an impetus for the training and certification of new security staff.
Working as an information security professional requires an interesting blend of knowledge, ethics and the ability to think like a hacker. Some individuals enter the field straight out of college, with degrees in computer science and other technical programs, while others cross over from previous careers such as law enforcement.
Developing a career path and preparing a plan of action is essential in obtaining your professional goals. Here is a common career path for a cyber security professional entering the field.
Role titles vary by experience. You can expect to enter as a security administrator or analyst, and progress through middle management to potentially a senior leadership as a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) over time.
A successful cyber security professional may then be assigned the role of chief IS manager who is responsible for the design and development of the information security policy, as well as any regulatory compliance and information security governance. Those who excel at this position may advance to the level of Security Advisors and Auditors whose responsibilities are to advise on policy design, risk assessment, and compliance to global and industry standards.
The top level position in the field is the chief information officer who oversees the cost of ongoing and future investments to alleviate information risks and align business objectives with a concise security strategy.