The folks over at EC-Council have released their latest iteration of the Certified Ethical Hacker exam, this being the 11th version in the series, and they have done their best to make this the most thorough version to date. What does that mean? I’m glad you asked.
This means that CEH v11 will touch on many of the latest tools, techniques, and practices utilized by contemporary Ethical Hackers/Penetration Testers. They have also gone into more depth of focus on topics like IoT and Cryptography, to name a few.
Domains covered in CEHv11
Let’s go over the areas of study we’ll be learning about in the upcoming CEH v11 series at ITProTV.
- Information Security and Ethical Hacking Overview
- Reconnaissance Techniques
- System Hacking Phases and Attack Techniques
- Network and Perimeter Hacking
- Web Application Hacking
- Wireless Network Hacking
- Mobile, IoT, and OT Hacking
- Cloud Computing
In these domains we’ll be covering their basic concepts, looking at their threats and vulnerabilities, demonstrating attack methodologies, and assessing possible countermeasures to help mitigate potential fallout.
What’s new in CEHv11?
Now if you already have a previous version of CEH you may be wondering what specific updates and additions there are, which may encourage you to update. Here’s a list to help you with that.
- NFS Enumeration and Tools
- DNS Cache Snooping
- DNSSEC Zone Walking
- APT Concepts
- Fileless Malware Concepts
IoT & OT Hacking
- IoT Device Management
- OT Concepts
- OT Attacks
- OT Hacking Methodology
- OT Countermeasures
- Kubernetes Vulnerabilities and Solutions
- Serverless Application Security Solutions
As you can see, there are many new and relevant topics being covered in CEH v11, making it a real consideration for those looking to update.
The CEHv11 course is currently in the ‘Pre-Production’ phase as of April 20th, 2021. Filming will begin soon and episodes will be made available in our course library shortly after each episode is filmed. Become a member of ITProTV today to watch episodes as they’re released.