(ON-DEMAND VIDEO) Do you have what it takes to become a "white hat" hacker?
Leo Dregier, a highly skilled cybersecurity professional and veteran instructor, discusses what it takes to embark on a career as a “white hat “ or “ethical” hacker. During this presentation, we’ll provide a demonstration of the common hurdles one goes through as an ethical hacker and penetration tester.
We’ll show you how you can focus on the right techniques, information, and places to study. You think you want to be a hacker, but do you have what it takes? If you are interested in ethical hacking, but don’t have a roadmap, this webinar is for you.
Take our quiz at the end of the webinar and see how you stack up against other would-be hackers!
Presented by Leo Dregier
Leo Dregier has over 13 years of experience as a cybersecurity professional. Previously, he served as a Computer Security Incident Response Team Lead for Lockheed Martin. Since 1995, as a Principal of The Security Matrix LLC, he has provided consulting services to government agencies including Department of State, Department of Labor, Internal Revenue Service and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare.
As an experienced practitioner and gifted instructor, Mr. Dregier has helped thousands of IT professionals meet 8570 requirements. Over the past 10 years, he has guided his professional students to successfully obtain cybersecurity certifications including CISSP and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). He is EC-Council certified in 16 different areas. Mr. Dregier holds numerous professional certifications, including CISSP, CEH, CISM, CISA and PMP.
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