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Feb 4 2017

ECSA : My Thoughts and concerns


Author: admin | Category: Cyber Security, Information Security, Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Assessment | Leave a Comment

Ratheesh Raveendran
IT Security Analyst

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-im-before-after-ecsa-course-completion-my-review-raveendran

The EC-Council Security Analyst course was a very big step towards in my career. This experience gave me a wider approach towards system and analytical security and refined my information security skills. The ECSA course provides for a better subject matter understanding both theoretically and practically.

The course through its duration exposed me to different security methods that need to be dealt with on a daily basis and taught me necessary tools and techniques to analyze the very same. My knowledge of eliminating system vulnerabilities increased and I gained skills required to test and mitigate them.

I need to mention that the most interesting experience or aspect of the ECSA course were the iLabs, since I had had never had hands-on training with other certifications than ECSA. After attending the ECSA program I believe my skills set as an IT Security Professional have increased and my market value has risen substantially.

I need to mention one important person name this time Mr. Shafeeque Kunnikkal, my tutor. With his help and support (even after course completion) was commendable. With his proper guidance throughout the course I also managed to successfully completed the course within the stipulated time-frame mentioned.

I would like to thanks “EC-Council for introducing the Security Certifications Like ECSA and LPT and to My tutor Mr. Shafeeque Kunnikkal for all the help I’ve received to build a security professional Career”.

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