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EC-Council (C|EH) v10 Bootcamp

August 24 @ 8:30 am - August 28 @ 5:00 pm


Click Here to Register:   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ec-council-ceh-bootcamp-tickets-98016882133
Deadline:                          August 20, 2020



Location:            WMCAT – 614 First St NW, Suite #300, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Duration:           5 days (40 hours)  |  Monday, August 24 – Friday, August 28 (8:30am – 5:00pm)
Delivery:             This course will be taught live + remote online by a certified EC-Council instructor.
(Cohort participants are invited to please co-locate at WMCAT for synchronous instruction.)

Cost:                    $3,500 per person
Included:            Live + remote “hands-on” instruction; digital course materials (content & labs)
Not Included:    CEH exam (purchased separately)

Internet access and video access to the remote instructor will be provided.
Participants should bring their own computer/device (BYOD).



A career as an ethical hacker is a unique and high-in-demand opportunity. Ethical hackers are employed by various organizations including business as well as government establishments to test and better their network and applications to enhance security measures.

The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) is a professional certification for lawful hacking and counter-measuring the security of a network system. A Certified Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems, and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security posture of a target system(s). The credential is a validation of a professional’s skill and knowledge to identify any kind of vulnerabilities in a system and initiate actions to prevent, correct, and protect the system from any form of illegal hacking threats.

Unlike an illegal hacker, an Ethical hacker has official permission to penetrate into a system to protect the system from any compromises on its security. With the complete understanding and knowledge about the various weak points and vulnerabilities a system can face, a CEH is a legal person who can think like a hacker to assess the network security position of a system. The certification is from a vendor-neutral outlook to certify an individual’s ability to secure a network system from any form of unauthorized access.

The CEH focuses on the latest malware attacks, the latest hacking tools, and the new emerging attack vectors in the cyberspace. It includes hacking challenges at the end of every module and is built 100% in compliance to the NICE 2.0 Framework to ensure a systematic job role mapping.

The training course includes over 140 labs designed by security experts which mimic real-time scenarios to help you “live” through an attack as if it were real, and provides you with access to over 2200 commonly used hacking tools to immerse you into the hacker world. The Certified EC-Council Instructor will help you grasp complex security concepts in depth with over 1,685 graphically rich, specially-designed slides in this 5-day hands-on class.



The objective for this course is to demonstrate knowledge of assessing the security of computer systems and penetration testing techniques. The goal of this course is to help you master an ethical hacking methodology that can be used in a penetration testing or ethical hacking situation. You walk out the door with ethical hacking skills that are highly in demand. This course prepares you for EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam 312-50, an internationally recognized certification.

Establish and govern minimum standards for credentialing professional information security specialists in ethical hacking measures. Inform the public that credentialed individuals meet or exceed the minimum standards. Reinforce ethical hacking as a unique and self-regulating profession.



  • Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Hacking
  • Module 2: Footprinting and Reconnaissance
  • Module 3: Scanning Networks
  • Module 4: Enumeration
  • Module 5: Vulnerability Analysis
  • Module 6: System Hacking
  • Module 7: Malware Threats
  • Module 8: Sniffing
  • Module 9: Social Engineering
  • Module 10: Denial-of-Service
  • Module 11: Session Hijacking
  • Module 12: Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots
  • Module 13: Hacking Web Servers
  • Module 14: Hacking Web Applications
  • Module 15: SQL Injection
  • Module 16: Hacking Wireless Networks
  • Module 17: Hacking Mobile Platforms
  • Module 18: IoT Hacking
  • Module 19: Cloud Computing
  • Module 20: Cryptography



This Certified Ethical Hacker training course is ideal for experienced IT professionals, auditors, site administrators, security officers, and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure. Additionally, the CEH certification is required for government technicians, the military, and all individuals accessing or maintaining classified systems.

Common job titles for participants:
Security Analyst, Information Security (InfoSec) Specialist, IT Specialist – Information Security (InfoSec), Penetration Tester, Security Operation Center (SOC) Analyst, Network Operation Center (NOC) Analyst, Vulnerability Assessor, Computer Network Defense Operator, etc.

Participants should have experience with Windows and Unix/Linux operating systems and TCP/IP. Must have job experience of at least two years in the field of network security.



Training Level:  Intermediate
Coursework:      40 hours of instruction material (content + labs)
CPEs Earned:     40



WMCAT is located at the corner of First St NW and Seward Ave NW. WMCAT is the entire third floor of the building.


StreetParking: There is limited streetparkingon First St NW and Seward Ave NW (some spaces are metered and some are not).
The DASH: If you’re coming from downtown, you can ride the DASH for free. The DASH West route drops off at Bridge St NW and Seward Ave NW, very close to our building (DASH Route Map). From there, it’s a brief walk to WMCAT.
If you’re not coming from downtown, there are also DASH lots on Seward Ave NW between Lake Michigan Dr. and Bridge St. ($2 a day topark). From those lots you can ride the DASH to the nearest bus stop or walk.
ParkingRamp: There is also aparkingramp connected to our building. You can enter the ramp on Seward Ave NW (just past Bridge Street Market and before you get to First St NW) and go straight up to the second floor. There is a fee topark(approx. $16-20/day) since the ramp is not managed by WMCAT.
There are a couple of different ways toaccessthe building.
  • Ifparkingon the street, taking the DASH, orparkingin the DASH lot:
    Enter the building at the main entrance on First St NW and take the elevator or stairs up to the 3rd floor.
  • Ifparkingon the 2nd floor of theparkingramp:
    There is an entrance to the building on the northeast corner of the 2nd floor of the ramp marked by a WMCAT logo sign. Enter there, follow the WMCAT signs, and take the stairs or elevator up to the 3rd floor.


Please contact Anthony Tuttle – Program Manager, Cyber Hub at WMCAT.



For more information, visit the EC-Council CEH website or read the CEH brochure.


August 24 @ 8:30 am
August 28 @ 5:00 pm
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614 First St NW, Suite 300
Grand Rapids, MI 49504 United States
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