Training : BackTrack Linux – Penetration Testing Distribution



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Offsensive SecuritySecurity Training

Penetration Testing is a term that has lost its meaning in the security community.  Offensive Security is changing that.  The market has seen a drastic turn for the worse as breaches occur even after a penetration test has been performed. It is even more important now in these times to ensure our assets are secure and your security staff is at their prime.

Understanding the attack vectors and having the advanced knowledge of the attacks is the only true way of ensuring that you will be prepared to withstand malicious attacks from hackers. While many courses offer defensive training for securing your networks, Offensive-Security bridges a serious gap.

Offsec teaches you from the ground up the latest cutting edge techniques utilized within the hacking community and builds your knowledge in a way that is clearly understandable and repeatable. Security constantly changes and evolves, understanding the offensive tactics used in a penetration test places you ahead of the majority of security professionals in the industry.

If you’re new to BackTrack,  developing your own exploits, or learning how to defeat the latest security mechanisms in operating systems, Offensive-Security has the knowledge to take you to the next level. Offensive-Security is has a wide variety of courses to choose from including both online and live information security training options. Join us for a thrilling learning experience, sign up today!

Online Training Live Training

In House Training

Does your organization have the need for personalized security training? Offensive-Security hosts a very limited number of in-house training sessions per year and can customize the training in a manner that is tailored towards your organizations skill level. Regardless if your a large Fortune 500 or a small information-security consulting company Offensive-Security prides itself on ensuring that the training is applicable and targeted to the right audience.



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