Tuesday, November 9, 2010

NBC Academy to Conduct Ethical Hacking Seminars

NBC Academy to Conduct Ethical Hacking Seminars

Looking at the need of the hour and the demand by several youngsters to explore their skills in the hacking field, Newsmakers Broadcasting & Communication Pvt. Ltd. proudly announces the launch of its professional ethical hacking seminars.

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The most popular information security and hacking training would go in-depth into the techniques used by malicious, black hat hackers and the dangers they pose. While these hacking skills can be used for malicious purposes, this class would teach how to use the same hacking techniques to perform a white-hat, ethical hack, on one’s organizations. One would leave with the ability to quantitatively assess and measure threats to information assets; and discover where his organization is most vulnerable to hacking in this network security training course.The goal of this seminar is to help one master a repeatable, documentable penetration testing methodology that can be used in an ethical penetration testing or hacking situation. This ethical security training course has a significant Return on Investment as you gain knowledge of ethical hacking and walk out with skills that are highly in demand in today’s digital world.Nowadays with the increased advancement of technology, cyber threats too have taken a modern form. At one side where computers have made our day to day lives easier and faster, on the other hand it has also become a tool to many people for committing various criminal activities.

Within the context of hacking "hackers" were assumed to be the fringe society of the computing fraternity, mainly characterized as "youngsters" who did not know any better and had obtained access to a technology with which they terrorized the world of communications and computing. To be tagged as a "hacker" was to portray a person as member of a less than acceptable group of near criminals whose activities were not to be undertaken by the upright citizenry. But, the truth is that hackers are not criminals but their skills can be used as a force to fight the cyber threats and secure the nation’s cyberspace. NBC had already begun a campaign to unite hackers under one roof and help the nation to become secure online. With the increasing demand by youngsters to learn ethical hacking, the organisation has started seminars to impart training to youths for enhancing their skills with practical knowledge rather than just teaching bookish lessons.

When AV asked youngsters few questions about hacking seminar here is what most of the youngsters had to say.

What do you expect from Hacking classes and seminar?

- More practical less theory
- Live demo
- New and latest technology
- Knowledge about Cyber Terrorism
- Use of manual methods rather then use of automated tools

Are you satisfied about the seminars which you have attended?

- No. Never

AV also spoke with Ai Hackeri, he said “Who likes to be blackhat, I hack facebook and just make some suggestions for my page, but I like to hack websites. Today’s generation is crazy about technology and hence they will always like to join ethical hacking classes for getting an in-depth knowledge about the cyber arena.”“I love greyhat because you get the chance to do good and bad things at the same time. I am looking forward to be a part of this seminar as I can enhance my skills which will enable me to get ahead in my career” said Humble Shutter.

Ai Hackeri said “Yes, I like to do bad things like hacking websites but nothing else. The hacking seminar will help me develop my technological skills.”

Divya Ranjan said “Hacking is a passion and it’s about how you utilize your passion. Like white hat hacker utilise their passion into tracing and black hat utilise their passion by hacking. By attending the seminar, I can give a tough competition to my peers.”

NBC Academy to Conduct Ethical Hacking Seminars

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