Penetration testers assess the security systems within an organization. They conduct tests and purposefully attempt to exploit existing computer systems and software to detect and correct system weaknesses. This practice is a form of ethical hacking and requires creativity, imagination, and a strong understanding of technology systems. Penetration testers use these test results to develop recommendations and implement solutions to build the strength of an organization’s information technology (IT) systems.

  • Network+
  • Security+
  • MCSA: Windows Server
  • Linux +
  • CompTIA PenTest+
  • Final Projects
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As cool as it sounds, penetration testing, also known as “pen testing” or “ethical hacking,” is not an easy skill to learn. To become a pen tester you'll face a demanding path with no available shortcuts. For your education, you'll need to go much further than an introduction to computer science course.

This course is presented by :


  • Perform penetration tests on computer systems, networks and applications
  • Create new testing methods to identify vulnerabilities
  • Perform physical security assessments of systems, servers and other network devices to identify areas that require physical protection
  • Pinpoint methods and entry points that attackers may use to exploit vulnerabilities or weaknesses
  • Search for weaknesses in common software, web applications and proprietary systems
  • Research, evaluate, document and discuss findings with IT teams and management
  • Review and provide feedback for information security fixes
  • Establish improvements for existing security services, including hardware, software, policies and procedures
  • Identify areas where improvement is needed in security education and awareness for users
  • Be sensitive to corporate considerations when performing testing (i.e. minimize downtime and loss of employee productivity)
  • Stay updated on the latest malware and security threats
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