In this course, you will get 160+ Unique Questions from 212-89 – EC-Council Certified Incident Handler ECIH V2 Certification Exam covering topics from 212-89 ECIH V2 Certification
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What do you get in this course?
1. 160+ Unique Questions
2. 3 Mock tests with 50+ Unique Questions in each practice test.
3. Reliable exam reports to evaluate strengths and weaknesses
4. Questions are frequently reviewed and updated frequently.
5. Practice tests are created by Subject Matter Experts and the questions always stay current with the actual exam.
6. 100% verified answers
7. Each set in the practice exam contains unique questions built with the intent to provide real-time experience to the candidates as well as gain more confidence during exam preparation.
8. Practice exams help to self-evaluate against the exam content and work towards building strength to clear the exam
About EC-COUNCIL CERTIFIED INCIDENT HANDLER :
What is an Incident Handler?
Incident handler is a term used to describe the activities of an organization to identify, analyze, and correct hazards to prevent a future reoccurrence. These incidents within a structured organization are normally dealt with by a either an Incident Response Team (IRT), or an Incident Management Team (IMT). These teams are often either designated beforehand, or during the event and are placed in control of the organization while the incident is dealt with, in order to retain business processes.
Become a Certified Incident Handler
The EC-Council Certified Incident Handler certification is designed to provide the fundamental skills to handle and respond to computer security incidents in an information system.
A Certified Incident Handler is a skilled professional who is able to handle various types of incidents, risk assessment methodologies, and various laws and policies related to incident handling. A certified Incident Handler will be able to create incident handling and response policies and deal with various types of computer security incidents such as network security incidents, malicious code incidents, and insider attack threats.
The ECIH certification will provide professionals with greater industry acceptance as the seasoned incident handler.
Certification Target Audience
This course will significantly benefit incident handlers, risk assessment administrators, penetration testers, cyber forensic investigators, venerability assessment auditors, system administrators, system engineers, firewall administrators, network managers, IT managers, IT professionals, and anyone who is interested in incident handling and response.
Official ECIH Exam Details :
•Exam Title : EC-Council Certified Incident Handler
•Exam Code : 212-89
•Number of Questions : 100
•Duration : 3 hours
•Exam Availability : ECIH (Prefix 212-89) exam is available at the ECC Exam Center.
•Test Format : Multiple Choice
•Passing Score : 70%
Good to have knowledge on below topics:
•Introduction to Incident Handling and Response
•Incident Handling and Response Process
•Forensic Readiness and First Response
•Handling and Responding to Malware Incidents
•Handling and Responding to Email Security Incidents
•Handling and Responding to Network Security Incidents
•Handling and Responding to Web Application Security Incidents
•Handling and Responding to Cloud Security Incidents
•Handling and Responding to Insider Threats
Learning Objectives of the E|CIH Program :
•Understand the key issues plaguing the information security world
•Learn to combat different types of cybersecurity threats, attack vectors, threat actors and their motives
•Learn the fundamentals of incident management including the signs and costs of an incident
•Understand the fundamentals of vulnerability management, threat assessment, risk management, and
incident response automation and orchestration
•Master all incident handling and response best practices, standards, cybersecurity frameworks, laws,
acts, and regulations
•Decode the various steps involved in planning an incident handling and response program
•Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of computer forensics and forensic readiness
•Comprehend the importance of the first response procedure including evidence collection, packaging,
transportation, storing, data acquisition, volatile and static evidence collection, and evidence analysis
•Understand anti-forensics techniques used by attackers to find cybersecurity incident cover-ups
•Apply the right techniques to different types of cybersecurity incidents in a systematic manner including
malware incidents, email security incidents, network security incidents, web application security
incidents, cloud security incidents, and insider threat-related incidents