Association of R.K. College of System and Management with Campus of Open Learning (COL), Delhi University’s Keshav Puram Center offers the certificate course on Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security.
Two terms that cause a lot of confusion for a beginner are cyber security and ethical hacking. Protecting an organization’s systems and networks from cyberattacks and hackers is the common goal shared by the two of them. There are differences between ethical hacking and cyber security, although both aim to increase the security of the enterprise.
Ethical hacking is one of the many subcategories or sub-areas of cyber security, which is a vast field with several specialization options.
Cybersecurity is a field of technology that focuses on techniques and devices for protecting networks, network devices, and systems from unauthorized access, theft or modification of sensitive data, and even destruction of the system, device, or network by cybercriminals.
Cyber security teaches how to protect the network, systems, devices, and data against cyberattacks using various techniques and tools.
Ethical hacking is the practice of searching and identifying all hazards and vulnerabilities in a network and preventing any holes that an attacker might use to access into organization’s network or system.
Delhi University offers Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking training certificate course with RKCSM. The course covers the following outline:
Students studied from any stream can apply for the course:
Classes will be conducted on both online and offline modes. The course duration will be of 6 months.
The program fee of the Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking certificate course in partnership with RKCSM is Rs 15,000/-
For information on admissions, contact at +91-9312237583, +91-9310047775, +91-9958880223 between 10am to 5pm IST.