Read what Jeffrey Agomate had to say on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/becoming-certified-ethical-hacker-ceh-jeffrey-agomate/
When I applied for my first job, I had a professional background in networking. I built my skills in web development and was familiar with the Python programming language. So, I applied for Business Applications so I could put my programming skills to work. It was the organization’s CEO who suggested me to go for IT Security than Business Applications. I believed him and chose this industry. Since then, I learned a lot and paid closer attention to how to evolve continuously. For a beautiful learning experience, I went ahead with EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH). It was all high-praises and my every security folk suggested me to go for it. Initially, it looked like a badge for acquiring bragging rights. But, as I got to know more about the program, I found out that it was way way way more than just a professional credential. Going rigorously through the training could literally turn you into a professional penetration tester. What nailed it for me was when I learned that it allows you to build real technical skills. I wasn’t expecting the usage of these many tools that this training helped me to learn. But the day I found out EC-Council will literally pack me as a white-hat hacker with the same and more knowledge that black hat hackers have. That sealed the deal for me, and I was determined to go through the program.
I found its training content outstanding! I’d recommend C|EH to every security professional for its 10/10 performance. The training has also allowed me to take my footprinting and reconnaissance skills to a way-higher level. I can now dig deeper and get more detailed and faster results. Every security professional should be careful of outside as well as insider threats.