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February 16, 2008, 12:18 pm
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I'd be more concerned by your email address as a potential employer
than your EC-Council certification.
I know CEH's in penetration tester roles at security consultant
firms. I also know a CEH who's moved into doing forensics/incident
It's a base level certification and depending on your trainer, a
fairly decent one. It'd best serve you in companies or departments
that have people who understand security, who understand the value of
internal penetration testing and ethical hacking. Joe's mid-size
account firm with a 2-person IT group might not be a good fit per se,
but larger organizations where you ahve dedicated security guys
shouldn't be scared off by the term hacker. In fact, I think ethical
hacking is two words that tell the story very well describing the type
of work done in a penetration test or value added vulnerability
thanks, thats pretty useful.
as for my email, this is my non-business email, more of a personal email.
i do need to get myself a more appropriate one. i'l probably be looking
at hosting and perhaps do some sort of website to promote what the
differences between hacker and cracker is.
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