What career opportunities can I pursue after completing the Ethical Hacking Boot Camp?
Earning ethical hacking certifications like the CEH and PenTest+ is a great way to break into a career as a cybersecurity professional. Many organizations require applicants to have a CEH certification to qualify for security-related jobs, especially roles related to penetration testing and social engineering or those requiring security clearance. It is likely that you will command a higher salary than non-certified individuals, and you can use the EC-Council CEH and CompTIA PenTest+ certifications to negotiate a higher salary when entering a new role.
What job titles do EC-Council CEH and CompTIA PenTest+ certified professionals have?
There are many roles for ethical hackers that are currently in high demand across the U.S. Some of the most common job titles include network security administrator, information security analyst, computer network defense analyst, penetration tester, and forensic analyst.
How has the ethical hacking job market grown, and is this trend expected to continue?
The need for ethical hackers has grown tremendously over the last 10 years and demand is only accelerating. Ethical hackers fall under the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) category of Information Security Analysts, and the BLS is predicting a 33% growth in jobs in this area over the next decade.
Why is the Ethical Hacking Boot Camp a good option for someone looking to grow their career?
Getting a certification that validates your ability to protect valuable information will put you at the top of employer candidate lists. The CEH and PenTest+ certifications are well known in the industry for providing individuals with an in-depth view of ethical hacking and penetration testing.
Will this boot camp help me meet DoD 8570.1 requirements?
Yes, this boot camp prepares you for certifications that meet U.S. Department of Defense Directive 8570.1 requirements for government employees or contractors engaged in work related to information security.