About This Course
Frequently Asked Questions
ECSA stand for Eccouncil Certified Security Analyst
The EC-Council Certified Security Analyst Certification is an advanced security certification that complements the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification by validating the analytical phase of ethical hacking. An ECSA is a step ahead of a CEH by being able to analyze the outcome of hacking tools and technologies.
The aim of ECSA is to show that your IT security experts not only know about penetration tests, but can also perform them and then perform a good analysis. ... It is considered to be the strictest penetration test certification around (you must pass a substantive exam to take the exam).
How long does it take to register after submitting an application? b) For professional registration as a technologist, registration must last between three and four months, as a technician between four and four months and as a professional engineer between four and six months.
The main function of ECSA is to regulate the engineering profession for the purposes of this law. Its main functions are: accreditation of engineering programs; Registration of people as professionals in certain categories; and regulate the practice of registered persons.
- Basic IT Skills
- Basic navigation skills on computer operating systems.
- Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory.
- Understanding of IP address.
- Knowledge and skills to use the Internet.
- Be open to new ideas and strategies.
- The course is for students who are overwhelmed and don’t feel like they have enough time in the day
- This course is intended for students that are unsure of how they can be more productive or wonder what other strategies might be out there
- This course is designed for those that know they are capable of getting better results with their productivity but don’t know where to start.
- Business analysis