Five Phases of Ethical Hacking

GreyCampus & EC-Council together bring in an informative 1-hour webinar for ethical hacking aspirants. Our subject matter expert will take you through the 5 phases of Ethical Hacking out of the 18 mentioned above. The webinar will follow as per the outline below: Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Career Opportunities. Phases of Ethical Hacking. Phase 1 – Reconnaissance.
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Organizations are losing IT and security control Once upon a time, IT and security teams focused mostly on managing their organization’s on-prem environment. But as business requirements changed, customer bases became global, and remote work took root, these technology teams were handed responsibility across more domains: cloud

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Security Analytics: How to Identify True Risks to Your Data

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The exponential growth of users, apps, and data has led to an increase in legitimate data access, complicating the task of determining whether data access is appropriate. Traditional security approaches tend to lock things down and limit data usage by deploying broad sets of security policies. Companies that take this approach, however, are still suffering from data breaches. In the meantime, security teams are often overwhelmed with a significant amount of alerts that don’t provide actionable insights.
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If you, like many others, are looking to purchase or renew a cyber insurance policy, this webinar will help you avoid unnecessary stress and be proactive with your cybersecurity controls.
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Organizations are losing IT and security control Once upon a time, IT and security teams focused mostly on managing their organization’s on-prem environment. But as business requirements changed, customer bases became global, and remote work took root, these technology teams were handed responsibility across more domains: cloud

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