Today information is golden. Small, medium and large companies spend billions of dollars a year to build their customer database. They spend less money, trying to protect this data.
Companies that collect data via their website rely on their website developer to make sure their website is protected. The problem is that website developers are not hackers.
In fact, a company’s IT teams are not hackers. How does one protect its company data from hackers? By becoming a hacker and thinking like a hacker.
The first step is to find out how vulnerable you or your clients are to hackers, identity thieves, cyber crooks, your competitors or anyone with a laptop and internet connection. That information can be used for any number of illegal activities, including cyber terrorism, industrial espionage, identity theft and cyber stalking.
This course dives right in on how to use the tools to get the information you are looking for.