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RWISSI Networking the First EC-Council Partner in Algeria

Posted on 22nd Jan 2019

EC Council is pleased to join hands with RWISSI Networking  - January 2019.

EC Council is the world’s largest certification body and award winning leader in the field of cybersecurity is now collaborating with RWISSI Networking to share knowledge and certify individuals in Algeria. 

Cyber-attacks continue to evolve, with cybercriminals creating new sophisticated methods to attain data, making it crucial for individuals to defend and protect the cyberspace. As a IT training firm, RWISSI Networking along with EC Council is happy to lend that support to candidates who are on the hunt to be an ethical hacker, pen tester and various other IT security position. 

EC Council learning programs are created to be adaptive and flexible, so everyone can focus on their needs and get knowledge at every step. As a global leader in cyber security, we offer a hassle free learning Distributed Denial of Service attacks (DDoS), Malware threats, spyware, adware, computer worms, botnets, Trojan horses etc.  The Course material includes:

1. One Year Access to the E-courseware

2. Six-month access to EC-Council's official Online lab environment (iLabs)

3. EC-Council’s Certification Exam Voucher

4. One-year access to EC-Council's expert instructor-led training modules with streaming video presentations for an all-inclusive training program that provides the benefits of classroom training at your own pace.

Content is pre-loaded and accessible via the internet and can be accessible from anywhere (can be downloaded offline too). No scheduling hassles, no wasted travel time. Complete flexibility to learn at your pace and preferred time. 

To avoid financial and reputational loss, it is important for individuals and organizations to be focused on network security. EC Council offers courses such as CEH/CISO/CHFI/ECSA and many more in the field of IT security. As an EC Council partner in Algeria, we can confidently look forward to certify more individuals to overcome cybercrimes in the North-African region.