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Licensed Penetration Tester (Master) Credential

To earn the prestigious EC-Council LPT (Master) Credential, you must successfully pass our most challenging practical exam available. The LPT(Master) practical exam is the capstone to EC-Council’s entire information security track; from the Certified Ethical Hacker Program (CEH) to the EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) Program You will follow the entire process taught to you through Ethical Hacking and Security Assessment, taking you from reconnaissance, through scanning, enumeration, gaining access, maintaining access, then exploiting vulnerabilities that you will have to seek out in a network that only a true professional will be able to break. 

A Real Time Performance Based Assessment

The LPT (Master) exam is developed with collaboration from SMEs and practitioners around the world after a thorough job role, job task, and skills-gap analysis.
The exam environment simulates a complex network of a multi-national organization in real time. This virtual cyber range, much like an actual network, has multiple networks with different militarized and de-militarized zones. Like any organization, the target of evaluation in the LPT (Master) practical exam is segmented into many departments, has various users and groups from information workers, to admins, to executives, various operating systems, patch levels, proprietary as well as open source applications, and security controls.

LPT Master

Benefits of Penetration testing certification

EC-Council’s prestigious endorsement as a licensed penetration testing professional, allows successful candidates to practise penetration testing and consulting internationally.
Industry acceptance as a legal and ethical security professional.
Access to proprietary EC-Council software, templates, and penetration testing methodologies.
License to practice and conduct security testing in organizations accredited by EC-Council.
Acquire knowledge from experienced hands-on Licensed Penetration Tester methodologies and latest penetration testing practices.