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EC-Council’s iClass training Division brings “best of breed” instruction together with cutting edge, in-demand content to bring you a unique blend of training directly from the leader in cybersecurity.
We offer courses in the following disciplines:
No matter what your time or budget constraints may be, we have a training option for you.
EC-Council is a non-degree granting, non-accredited institution. EC-Council delivers cybersecurity certificate courses which map to industry certifications.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO) and Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)
exams are all accredited by ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024 Standard exam development process as High quality certification exam.
Compliance to National Initiative For Cybersecurity Education (NICE)
Certified Ethical Hacker is completely mapped to National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework – NICE’s speciality area category ‘Protect and Defend.CEH, Certified Ethical Hacker, NICE, National Initiative For Cybersecurity Education
The Department of Defense Formally Approves EC-Council Certification to help Defend US Interests.
What is Directive 8570?
The United States of America Department of Defense issued Directive 8570 in 2004 to mandate baseline certifications for all Information Assurance “IA” positions. In February of 2010, this directive was enhanced to include the Certified Ethical Hacker across the Computer Network Defense Categories “CND”.
8570 classifies personnel in the following Main Categories:
- Computer Network Defender Service Provider
- System Architect and Engineer
Furthermore, categories are subdivided into individual job roles relating to specific functional requirements. The certified ethical hacker covers 4 out of 5 positions in the Computer Network Defense Category.
CEH is a part of:
- CND Analyst
- CND Infrastructure Support
- CND Incident Responder
- CND Auditor
National Security Agency (NSA), and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS)
- EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH)
- EC-Council Network Security Administrator (ENSA)
- EC-Council Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI)
- EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)
- EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
- EC-Council Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT)
These programs have all met the 4011, 4012, 4013A, 4014, 4015 and 4016 training standards for information security professionals.
EC-Council requires that potential students have at least a high school diploma and are over 18 years old. (EC-Council does not admit students who are of compulsory school age or who are concurrently attending an elementary or secondary school.)
The following are the requirements and recommendations for each of our courses:
Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO)
In addition to EC-Council accredited training, candidates interested in earning the CCISO certification must also prove they have the required years of experience to qualify as a CCISO.
Experience is verified via the Exam Eligibility Application, which must be filled out and returned before a CCISO Exam Voucher can be distributed.
The experience requirements for CCISO include 5 years of verified experience in at least 3 of the 5 CCISO Domains in addition to accredited training. Candidates who have 5 years of experience in all 5 of the CCISO Domains are eligible to sit for the exam without taking training.
If a candidate’s experience and background does not qualify for the CCISO Exam, the candidate is still eligible to attend training. However, at the end of the course, rather than taking the CCISO exam the candidate will take the EC-Council Information Security Manager (EISM) Exam. The EISM exam leads to the EISM certification. EISMs are eligible for discounts on the CCISO Exam once they accrue the required years of experience to sit for the full CCISO Exam.
Credit toward experience is granted in certain domains in the case of industry-accepted, professional certifications and higher degrees in information security as shown below. Between certification and training waivers, applicants can only waive 3 years of experience for each domain.
|Domain||Professional Certification Waivers||Education Waivers|
|1. Governance (Policy, Legal & Compliance)||CGEIT, CRISC, HISP||Ph.D. Information Security – 3 years, MS Information Security Management, MS Information Security Engineering – 2 years, BS Information Security – 2 years|
|2. IS Management Controls and Auditing Management (Projects, Technology & Operations)||CISA, CISM, HISP||Ph.D. Information Security – 3 years, MS Information Security Management, MS Information Security Engineering – 2 years, BS Information Security – 2 years|
|3. Leadership – Projects & Operations||PMP, ITIL, PM in IT Security, HISP||Ph.D. Information Security – 3 years, MS Information Security or MS Project Management – 2 years, BS Information Security – 2 years|
|4. Information Security Core Competencies||CISSP, LPT, E|DRP, CIPP, MBCP – 2 years||Ph.D. Information Security – 3 years, MS Information Security – 2 years, BS Information Security – 2 years|
|5. Strategic Planning & Finance||None||CPA, MBA, M. Fin. – 3 years|
EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
CEH or equivalent industry experience.
Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
CompTIA’s Security + course or equivalent industry experience.
Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)
Microsoft Certified Network Administrator certification or at least 2 years Network admin experience
Certified Network Defender (CND)
Microsoft Certified Professional or at least 1 year Network admin experience
Certified Incident Handler (CIH)
CompTIA’s Network + or equivalent industry experience.
Certified Secure Programmer .Net (ECSP)
Two years minimum experience programming with .Net.
EC-Council Core Concepts
CompTIA’s Security+ or equivalent industry experience.
Hardening Your Enterprise: Advanced Network Defense (CAST 614 & 611)
Microsoft Certified Professional or at least 2 years Network admin experience.
EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)
Microsoft Certified Professional or at least 1-year Network admin experience.
Certified Encryption Specialist (ECES)
No prerequisite knowledge required but a strong background in math as well as experience with developing algorithms, ciphers, cipher texts, telecommunications protocols in cryptographic security systems and working with security systems to encrypt sensitive information is recommended.
Certified Secure Computer User (CSCU)
At least 1 year of MS Office or similar administrative software experience.
To express any concerns or comments regarding your program please contact EC-Council in writing at [email protected].
- What course(s) you are signed up for.
- Name of EC-Council Enrollment Consultant you are working with.
- Your enrollment date.
- Summary of your issue.
And our Senior Academic Advisor will respond within 1 business day.
Students or other parties with complaints or grievances against an institution are encouraged to first seek to resolve their complaint or grievance directly with EC-Council. EC-Council will have an impartial representative who is not directly involved in the area of the complaint reach out to you. Of course there will be no adverse action taken against a complainant.
If for some reason the complaint still isn’t resolved to the client’s satisfaction, please contact:
2044 Galisteo St. Suite,
Santa Fe, NM 87505-2100,
505-476-8442 or 505-476-8416
Pursuant to 184.108.40.206 NMAC
Refund & Cancellation Policy
Open Enrollment or Live, Online Courses
In the instance that a student needs to cancel or reschedule a traditional Instructor-led (ILT) or Live, Online (iWeek) course, please contact EC-Council by notifying your account rep, or at our main line at 505-341-3228 or by email at: [email protected].
If Client Cancels
- Prior to the end of the first day of class, refund = 100%
- After start of the class, but prior to completing 30%, refund = 90%
- After completing 30%, but prior to completing 60%, refund = 50%
- After completing more than 60%, No Refund.
iLearn Asynchronous Courses
The course term is defined as 12 months from the invoice date. A refund will only be granted if a client has not activated the course within the course term and the refund is requested during the term. Refund requests received after the course term will not be granted. Once a course has been activated, no refund will be issued. Please allow ten (10) business days for refund processing.
The iLearn courses are a single user license and are not transferable.
No refunds will be issued for mobile devices or physical courseware once seal is broken by client. Online course materials such as e-courseware, online exam prep programs or iLabs, online labs cannot be refunded once activated. Retail rate plus shipping will be prorated into percentages listed above for approved refunds for un-opened Courseware or mobile devices.
Certification Club Terms
iLabs not applicable to CCISO or workshops. To see the CCISO exam qualifications click here. Candidates who do not meet the CISO qualifications may take the EISM exam. Exams don’t exist for all courses/
workshops. Renew Rate for the club is $999. Does not qualify for additional discounts. CodeRed subscription is for 12 months. Club membership applicable to EC-Council classes only and does not apply to third parties classes.
All approved refunds will be made within 30 calendar days of the institution receiving written notice of a student’s withdrawal or the date which the institution terminates enrollment of the student, whichever is earlier.
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