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Review: CEH Via Self Study

Donald C. Donzal writes "I remember the first time I heard about the Certified Ethical Hacker certification. It was around the time that I was studying for my CISSP, and I was quite intrigued simply by the name of the certification. Upon first visiting the EC-Council website to find out more about the certification, I must admit that my initial impression was that of being rather unimpressed. This was m ainly due to the fact that the EC-Council website looks rather unprofessional, and I almost dismissed the CEH certification as really being rather hokey. That notwithstanding, there is a buzz around CEH, and, in looking at the actual topics that were cov ered, I began getting quite interested in achieving this certification. Personally, I couldnt find very much worthwhile, objective or first-hand information regarding the CEH and its Self Study program when looking online. I hope that this article is he lpful to those seeking to achieve the CEH via self study. I also hope this information is useful for anyone considering the CEH vs. other security certifications."

Article Link: http://www.ethicalhacker.net/content/view/54/24/


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