Certified Security Analyst (Practical)

ECSA (Practical) presents you with an organization and its network environment, containing multiple hosts. The internal network consists of several subnets housing various organizational units. It is made up of militarized and demilitarized zones, connected with a huge pool of database servers in a database zone.

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Target Group

The preparatory course for this certification is the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) course. 

While there is no additional course or training required after the ECSA, we strongly recommend that you attempt the ECSA (Practical) exam only if you have attended the current ECSA course/equivalent. 

  • Ethical Hackers
  • Security Testers
  • Penetration Testers
  • Firewall Administrators
  • Network server administrators
  • System Administrators and Risk Assessment professionals
Target Group

ECSA (Practical)

The ECSA (Practical) tests your ability to perform threat and exploit research, understand exploits in the wild, write your own exploits, customize payloads, and make critical decisions at different phases of a pen testing engagement that can make or break the whole assessment.

Why ECSA (Practical)

The ECSA (Practical) tests your ability to perform threat and exploit research, understand exploits in the wild, write your own exploits, customize payloads, and make critical decisions at different phases of a pen testing engagement that can make or break the whole assessment. 

You will also be required to create a professional pen testing report with essential elements and guidance for the organization in the scenario to act on.
Why ECSA (Practical)

Course objectives

  • You will learn professional hacking
  • To demonstrate the application of the penetration testing methodology 
  • You will learn to  perform advanced network scans beyond the perimeter defenses
  • The aim of this credential is to help set gifted penetration testing practitioners apart from the crowd

Prerequisites

The preparatory course for this certification is the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) course. 

While there is no additional course or training required after the ECSA, we strongly recommend that you attempt the ECSA (Practical) exam only if you have attended the current ECSA course/equivalent

Prerequisites

ECSA (Practical)

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Training Program

ECSA (Practical) Training Program: Penetration Testing

The preparatory course for this certification is the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) course. 

While there is no additional course or training required after the ECSA, we strongly recommend that you attempt the ECSA (Practical) exam only if you have attended the current ECSA course/equivalent. The aim of this credential is to help set gifted penetration testing practitioners apart from the crowd.

Training Program

Exam

ECSA (Practical) is a 12-hour, rigorous practical exam built to test your penetration testing skills.

The trust that the industry places in our credentials is very important to us. We see it as our duty to ensure that the holders of this credential are proven, “hands on”, penetration testers who are able to perform in the real world to solve real world challenges.
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Number of challenges: 8
  • Passing score: 5 out of 8 challenges and submission of an acceptable penetration testing report
Exam

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