IS CEH (Certified Ethical Hacking) BENEFICIAL FOR NON IT Professionals?

It’s common for information security analysts to obtain Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification, which can be done by completing an exam after earning a bachelor’s degree. Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification, which typically involves five days of training( for more information:, is also available.

Eligibility to become a Certified Ethical Hacker:

An Ethical Hacker must have a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology (B.Sc. IT, Computer Engineering etc.) or an advanced diploma in network security. A certification from a reputed institute enhances the chances of getting hired by some big names in the IT sector.

  • Required Education. Employers typically look for ethical hackers who have a bachelor’s degree in a related subject area, such as computer programming. …
  • Required Training and Certification. …
  • Required Skills. …
  • Career Outlook and Salary.


Yes, it will add value. How much value? Well, it depends on what type of job you are looking for. If you know little about the laws and tools related to hacking, it might be a good cert to start with a base of knowledge and grow up the ladder in the pathway of cyber security.

If you are going to be performing penetration tests as part of your consulting, I would recommend the OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) by Offensive Security. It’s pretty cheap; you get the training course and lab access for about 1000 bucks.

If you want higher level information, and you can afford it (or your work pays for it), go with SANS and just remember that these are extremely expensive courses.

In the end, certification will almost always increase your value, and it’s up to you to decide THAT value. If you want to use answer banks, you are only paying for the certificate, otherwise, you can learn everything and truly increase its value.

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May 17, 2019

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