One of our core values is to grow. We are always striving to learn more and increase our capacity. One of the ways we do that at MIS is by advancing our education with personal certifications so that we can better serve our clients.
Lliam Holmes, Founder, and CEO of MIS Solutions, holds several certifications, one of them being a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). Sounds intense. So, what does it mean to be Certified as an Ethical Hacker? And how does this certification add value to your business? Let’s take a look.
What Does it Mean to be Certified as an Ethical Hacker?
This certification is essentially training for someone to be able to think like a hacker. Professionals who have completed the CEH coursework are trained in uncovering weaknesses and vulnerabilities in systems so they can be corrected before a bad actor penetrates a network. By gaining the same knowledge that cybercriminals use, information technology professionals can be proactive in their thinking and stop cyberattacks quicker.
How Does a Certified Ethical Hacker Add Value to Your Business?
Before this credential was even created government organizations would hire old, converted professional cybercriminals to help with securing their networks. If you want to ensure the best form of protection hiring a managed service provider with professionals who are Certified Ethical Hackers is a great way to protect your business because there’s a lot to be said in having the knowledge of what you’re protecting your business from.
To learn more about the importance of professional certifications, click here. If you’re having technology frustrations or need additional help securing your network, give us a call at 678-578-4932. Our IT experts would be happy to help you!