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ECIH Certification | ECIH v2

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ECIH Certification course designed by EC-Council is very much in-demand. With the help of the ECIH v2 training program, you get the extensive skills to assess post-security breaches and their consequences. The experts condense and address the reputational and financial impact of the respective incident. This program has been designed by highly qualified cybersecurity experts in the business. Reach out to Securium Solutions for this highly ranked certification and enhance your employability chances.

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SAM NIVETHAN V J
Security Analyst and Infosec Trainer Expert in Risk Management and a Active Security researcher fond of Enlightening others about the Importance of Security and its need in Digital Space. Over his Experience he Taught more 200+ Batches all around the Globe.

INSTRUCTOR:

AAKASH THAKUR
Offensive Security Certified Trainer and Risk Assessment specialist in Securium Solutions plays important role in Educating others about the Risk associated with the Digital World. Expertise in Forensics, R&D helps Corporates and Students to gain more n more from his Trainings.

ECIH Certification Course Description

A comprehensive incident handling program was created to provide organizations with the skills and knowledge needed to manage post-breach consequences, and thereby reduce the financial and reputational consequences of an incident. EC-Council developed a fundamental, standards-based, comprehensive, intensive 3-day training program and ECIH certification that provides a structured way to learn real-world incident handling and response requirements by reviewing Job Task Analysis (JTA).

The training required pursuing incident handling and response as a career includes both imparting conceptual information and field experience. Lab exercises are part of the incident handling training program for the ECIH v2 program. The core of any certification must map to and be compliant with published frameworks of incident and response by government and industry to be truly employable after earning the ECIH certification.

CREST and NICE 2.0 Frameworks are 100% compliant with the CREST Framework and NICE 2.0 Framework, respectively
The CIH program allows you to use over 50 labs, 800 tools, and four operating systems
Our extensive assortment of templates, checklists, and cheat sheets can help you prepare for almost any situation.

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    ECIH v2 Exam Information

    This ECIH v2 exam test is designed to assess cybersecurity professionals’ knowledge and skills as they relate to incident response.

    • Exam Title: EC-Council Certified Incident Handler
    • Exam Code: 212-89
    • Number of Questions: 100
    • Duration: 3 hours
    • Availability: EC-Council Exam Portal
    • Test Format: Multiple-Choice

    The EC-Council Exams are provided in multiple formats (i.e. different question banks) to maintain the integrity of our ECIH Course exams.

    ECIH V2 Course Objectives

    Successful completion of the certification training empowers you with across the board understanding of:

    • Gain a deeper understanding of the key issues in information security
    • Understand the different types and consequences of cybersecurity threats, the attack vectors, and the threat actors’ motivations
    • Identify the signs and costs of incidents and learn the fundamentals of incident management
    • Become familiar with vulnerability management, threat assessment, risk management, and incident response automation and orchestration.
    • Become proficient with all incident handling and response practices, standards, cybersecurity frameworks, laws, acts, and regulations
    • Plan and implement an incident response program by identifying the different steps involved
    • Learn the basic concepts of computer forensics and forensic readiness
    • Cybersecurity incident cover-ups can be detected by using anti-forensics techniques employed by attackers
    • Use effective methods of addressing different types of cybersecurity incidents, such as malware attacks, email security incidents, network attacks, web application attacks, cloud attacks, and insider threats
    • Knowledge of the first response procedure including evidence collection, packaging, transportation, storing, data acquisition, volatile and static evidence collection, and evidence analysis.

    ECIH Course Content

    The core of any certification must map to and be compliant with published frameworks of incident and response by government and industry to be truly employable after earning the ECIH certification. For an organization to be protected against future attacks or threats, security incidents must be handled and responded to properly, they hire a person with an incident handler certification.

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      CIH skills complement the following cybersecurity jobs, among others: • Penetrating testers • Assessors of vulnerabilities • Administrators of risk assessments • Admins of networks • Engineers who specialize in application security • Researchers/Analysts in Cyber Forensics and SOC Analysts • Administration/Engineering of the system • IT managers and firewall administrators This program caters to cybersecurity professionals at the mid-to-high level. A minimum of one year of experience in the cybersecurity domain would improve your chances of success.
      1. Introduction to Incident Handling and Response 2. Incident Handling and Response Process 3. Forensic Readiness and First Response 4. Handling and Responding to Malware Incidents 5. Handling and Responding to Email Security Incidents 6. Handling and Responding to Network Security Incidents 7. Handling and Responding to Web Application Security Incidents 8. Handling and Responding to Cloud Security Incidents 9. Handling and Responding to Insider Threats
      • Malware Incidents • Cloud Security Incidents • Email Security Incidents • Web App Security Incidents • Network Security Incidents • Insider Threats
      The majority of organizations still struggle to withstand cyberattacks despite using basic security measures. A weakening of the organization’s business processes is the least damaging consequence caused by the attacks. In addition to improving overall business processes, a well-designed incident handling and response program ensures that control is achieved quickly by reducing the time spent on containment and aiming to restore processes to normal.

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