EC-Council certification


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EC-Council certification

The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants, Albuquerque, NM (www.eccouncil.org) provides certification in several e-business disciplines. Founded in 2001, the training is provided in more than 100 accredited training centers (ATCs) worldwide. Exams are taken at Prometric Testing Centers or online. Following are the EC-Council certifications.

CEA - Certified e-Business Associate
CEP - Certified e-Business Professional
The CEA requires the successful completion of one out of several exam offerings such as e-Business security, CRM, ERP, supply chain management, e-Commerce architect and project management. The CEP requires completion of any three exams.

CEC - Certified e-Business Consultant
For proficiency in e-Business design and implementation.

ETC - E++ Technical Consultant
Covers Web publishing, application development and server administration, Java programming and networking.

CEH - Certified Ethical Hacker
For proficiency in ethical hacking and countermeasures (see ethical hacker).

CHFI - Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator
Covers forensic investigation to obtain legal evidence as well as audits for prevention of attacks (see computer forensics).
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