27th, 28th, 29th & 30th January 2020, Phoenix Datacom Cyberlab, Aylesbury
The Tranchulas Hands-On Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking training course is accredited under the GCHQ Certified Training (GCT) scheme. The course material has been rigorously assessed against the exacting standards of GCHQ. The quality of the trainers’ delivery and the course administration has been quality checked and approved by APMG.
Who should attend?
Information security professionals
IT personnel looking to enhance their technical skills and knowledge
Information System Auditors
IT Security Managers
Anyone who wants to better understand hacking tools and techniques
Course attendees need a basis knowledge of TCP/IP and must bring their own laptop.
Addressing the Need
The need to understand hacker and his methods are vital for better-defending networks. This training course is designed for students who want to get acquainted with the world of hacking.
About the Training
Because security is an ever-changing battlefield, Tranchulas Hands-on Penetration Testing exposes you to the latest in network and application vulnerabilities and defences. Our instructor will illustrate each technology’s default security posture, installation weaknesses, methods hackers use to circumvent “secure” settings, and countermeasures for each vulnerability.
This course leads to Tranchulas Certified Penetration Testing Professional (CPTP) certification. Tranchulas CPTP is accredited by Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP), UK. CPTP will test your technical skills in a live network where you are expected to discover and exploit security vulnerabilities. Students are required to pass our online labs in order to receive CPTP certification.
Tranchulas Online Labs
Tranchulas Online Labs are available 24×7 for practising hacking techniques and tools demonstrated by our instructor during the training course. Online Labs simulate a corporate network with several subnets, each protected by a firewall. All machines on the network can be exploited and have different difficulty levels.
Students are required to discover and exploit vulnerabilities in order to pass online labs and receive Tranchulas Certified Penetration Testing Professional (CPTP) Certification.
Post Training Support
You can connect with Tranchulas Online labs for 90 days to practice your hacking kung-fu after the training course. During this time our technical team will provide you email/phone/skype support in order to ensure the skills acquired on the training course are being applied correctly.
About the Trainer
Tranchulas training and workshops are conducted by world’s top information security experts. Our instructors are featured speakers at renowned security conferences such as Hack in the Box Malaysia, InfoSek Slovenia, Hack.lu Luxembourg, CONFidence Krakow, Troopers, Shakacon, OWASP Europe and BruCON Belgium.
Tranchulas provided a professionally run, hands-on technical training course – Ethical Hacking and Penetration testing. The course was outstanding and gave real practical insights and examples of the skills and tools required by professional penetration testers. Tranchulas CEO Zubair Khan, who’s technical background and knowledge of the security industry is second to none, presented the course in an efficient and structured manner.
Lots of interesting insights and anecdotes were added from his experience around the globe working with a variety of industries and governments. Plenty of hands-on exercises were provided to allow course participants to really learn and understand the content being delivered. I thoroughly recommend Tranchulas and the course to anyone interested in developing and honing their skills in information security and penetration testing.
Mark Brown, British Airways
Course attendees need a basis knowledge of TCP/IP and must bring their own laptop computer.
Laptop minimum requirements:
CPU: 1.5 GHz or higher
Minimum 4 GB RAM
20 GB of free space on your Hard Drive
Wireless 802.11 b/g
Should have the capability to have local administrator access within the Operating system and disable antivirus if required.
You must set up a Windows Virtual machine on your system if your primary OS is not windows.