United States : EC-Council Names NetCom Learning the Best Newcomer Accredited Training Center [TendersInfo (India)]
The EC-Council awards are given to accredited training centers that the organization identifies as having made a major contribution to the world of information security. NetCom Learning is an EC-Council accredited training partner providing approved coursework providing students with training in preparation for certifications such as the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI). EC-Council coursework is recognized around the world for preparing individuals to work in the field of information security and IT disaster recovery. “It is a privilege to be recognized as a top training center by the EC-Council, our training partner in information security coursework said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning. “We work hard to maintain our level of excellence in training and to meet our clients educational needs and to earn this award indicates we are fulfilling our mission to promote lifelong learning,” said Sarder. Winners of the EC-Council Global Awards are selected from among the 450 training centers in the Council partner network which are located in 92 countries around the world. The EC-Council Awards Committee determines the winners based on stringent award criteria including: the numbers of promotion initiatives for EC-Council programs, student evaluations, number of trainings, the endorsement of best practices, number of organizational testimonials, and the number of students who successfully complete certification. The winner of the Best Newcomer ATC Award must show major growth in their first years as an EC-Council training partner. Currently NetCom Learning offers the following EC-Council coursework in the growing field of information technology security: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) v8. This coursework provides students with a comprehensive ethical hacking and network security training program. Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) v8. This is an advanced high level security training program providing students with the ability to identify hackers and be able to gather the necessary evidence to prosecute them.
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