About this Course
The Certified Penetration Testing Consultant course is our advanced course in our penetration testing track. The C)PTC is designed for cyber security professionals and IT network administrators who are interested in conducting Penetration tests against large network infrastructures, such as large corporate networks.
The training starts with capturing and analyzing basic packets and continues with Layer2 attack vectors; Layer3 based attacks, including both IPv4 and IPv6 stacks, routing protocol attacks (OSPF, BGP, etc); Service Provider level attacks related with very common used MPLS; how to use relays and pivots; VPN attacks including IPSEC protocol suite; SSL attacks; and finally covers NIDS/NIPS evasion and implementation techniques.
At the completion of each module, students are going to be able to practice their knowledge with the lab exercises that are specifically prepared for the covered materials during the theory.
Who Should Attend
The Certified Penetration Testing Consultant course is the most advnaced training in mile2’s line of penetration testing courses and certifications. The course prepares students to consult organizations of any size on security by performing penetration test. We assume that people taking this course understand penetration testing and are looking to enhance their skills to the next level. We strongly encourage passing the C)PTE: Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Exam before taking this course or having the equivalent industry experience.
With 8 Modules and 8 appendices, the C)PTC will bring your penetration testing skillset to the next level and prepare you to consult organizations on sucrity issues.
The Certified Penetration Testing Consultant exam is a 6 hour practical in which you will be conducting both a Vulnerability Assessment and a Full Penetration Test on two IPs.
You will then be given 60 days to turn in a written Penetration Test report that will be analyzed by our team of experts. You are required to find at least 80% of the vulnerabilities and then manually test to see if they are legitimate.
The report will need to be professionally written, grammatically correct and accurate. This exam is a Pass or Fail.