Network Penetration Testing mainly focuses on finding out vulnerabilities in a network and fixing them. In our course of Certified Network Penetration Tester | CNPT, the students will be trained on Internet vulnerability assessment and fixing the flaws in the network by mainly using a hacking OS like Kali Linux/Parrot. Penetration testing is the process of finding out the flaws, vulnerabilities, or loopholes of an operating system or a network and repairing them. The job of a network penetration tester is to purposely use different hacking methods to assess the security of a network, or deficiency of responses. It is a preventive measure to safeguard business networks, network applications, associated gadgets, or business websites from exploitation by unethical hackers.
After the completion of this course, the student will be able to: –
- Get into any network system successfully, find out and repair the flaws and loopholes in the network system.
- Apply for jobs in reputed MNCs as a Network Security Analyst and related roles using the certificate.
We are proud to say that more than 1500+ of our students in the Certified Network Penetration Tester course have been offered jobs in various MNCs both in the US and abroad.
What makes this penetration tester training course much more inspiring is the application of hands-on training techniques in all the projects and classes that will be held during the whole tenure of the training program.
IEMLabs is known all over the world for offering state-of-the-art online and offline classes. It frequently makes use of platforms such as Google Hangout, Go to Meeting, and Zoom for conducting online classes. The most constructive point for a learner to get trained by IEMLabs is the availability of lab access free of cost for a year. The moment a student takes admission, he will have access to the online virtual lab to ensure that he can practice and acquire study materials and notes, educational tools, and pre-recorded videos as her his convenience for twelve months without any extra fees.