Register Now for CEH @iLabAfrica

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Certified Ethical Hacker is a professional certification offered by the EC-Council (International Council of E-Commerce Consultants).

The course exposes learners to standard hacking practices with the aim of giving them hands-on-experience on identifying, counteracting and preventing these attacks. Upon completion of the certification examination, learners become Certified Ethical Hackers.

Who should Attend CEH Training?

CEH training is for IT professionals and students who want to become Certified experts in ethical hacking. It is ideal for individuals who want to gain hands-on-experience on identifying, counteracting and preventing IT Security attacks.


60 Hours (Three Weeks) – Evening Classes

(Special arrangements can be made to offer the course to corporates in the form of an intense boot camp)

Why CEH at Strathmore?

@iLabAfrica – Strathmore University, is a center for Excellence in IT Security. We have partnered with the best of Industry in IT Security, to ensure you get industry standard skills and training.

Learners will be exposed to an entirely different way of achieving optimal information security posture in their organisations. With this training, they will scan, hack and secure their own systems on a virtual environment.


Following the training, learners will be able to take the certification exam in Strathmore University and receive the internationally recognised certification Certified Ethical Hacker.

Start Date

24th February 2014


· Strathmore Students: KShs. 30,000

· Professionals: KShs. 100,000/

Download the Course brochure here.

Register Here!


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