If an attacker can get this [your] cookie, he can impersonate you because the cookie actually takes the place of authentication. We teach our students to look out for this and other identification verification holes in their networks.
Greenbelt, MD (PRWEB) May 18, 2011
The EC-Council ATC of the Year for 2010 is the Academy of Computer Education (ACE). The award designates the company as the leading certified ethical hacker training in North America across all accredited training programs.
One of the hottest certifications in the Information Technology (IT) industry for industry and government is certified ethical hacker (CEH) training. The Academy of Computer Education (ACE) is designated as the top CEH provider in North America and uses instructors previously employed by the U.S. Military to teach all security courses to individuals, government agencies, and corporations.
CEH is one of a number of IT certifications taught by the ACE schoolhouse. To best meet customer demand for comprehensive IT security training, the available course list is expanded to include Certified Network Defense, Certified Incident Handling, and Advanced Malware Analysis. For students requiring basic courses not related to computer security, the school offers baseline A+, Certified Network Engineer, and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator training at the Virginia and Maryland campuses.
The computer training modules taught by ACE are grounded in the certification requirements for the applicable topic, however, requesting organizations may request specific training material tailored to current organization problems or issues. The ACE security instructors rate in the upper tier in the country with extensive hands-on field experience having worked in congress and various U.S. Intelligence communities.
Jeff Wilson, ACE security instructor, writes "If an attacker can get this [your] cookie, he can impersonate you because the cookie actually takes the place of authentication. We teach our students to look out for this and other identification verification holes in their networks to help guard against unauthorized intrusion or identity theft on their respective networks during the CEH course.”
ACE instructions are committed to ensuring all students leave the certified ethical hackers course as the subject matter expert in their organization on the topic. Real-word, practical examples are used to reinforce all certification requirements in order to help students use the class material in the field in a productive manner.
About Academy of Computer Education:
ACE has been heavily involved in the computer training field since 2001. Regular clients include the United States Army, Navy, FBI, DIA, DHS, as well as various corporations and individuals. Significant effort has been invested in expanding the security training division of the company to include the widely popular certified ethical hacker course and other IT network security offerings.
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