In order to stop a hacker, you have to think like a hacker. To start thinking like a hacker, snag the 2019 Ethical Hacker Bundle.
With cybercrime becoming an epidemic, more and more companies are seeking people who can test out their network security. These people are known as ethical hackers and they’re basically cyber superheroes.
Training for a cybersecurity career can cost an arm and a leg, but right now, you can snag the 2019 Ethical Hacker Bundle for just $39. This huge learning library includes 10 courses and more than 180 hours of hands-on lessons in ethical hacking.
Recognize and prevent cyberattacks before they can cause any damage
Through over 1,200 lessons, this training will show you how to recognize and prevent cyberattacks before they can cause any damage. You’ll learn penetration testing, cybercrime investigations, the attack and defense possibilities of Python, and other essential tools for white hat hacking.
Plus, this bundle helps you work towards three industry certification exams, such as the CompTIA A+. It’ll take some dedication, but the six-figure salary you could land with your new skills will definitely be worth it.
The full bundle has a combined value of almost $4,900, but you can enroll right now for just $39 total. Considering the Ethical Hacker Bootcamp and Ethical Hacker Training courses each has a retail value of over $2,000, this is quite an offer.
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