Student Development Program – Ethical Hacking
|Event Title:||Five Days Online Student Development on Ethical Hacking|
|Event category||Student Development Program|
|About Event||The word fraud has been around for a long time. The first recorded hacking incident dates back to the early 1960s at MIT when both the names, ‘Hacking’ and ‘Hacker’ were combined. Since then, hacking has shifted to the more widely followed computer society. In this article, “What is Ethical Hacking”, we will go over the basics of Moral Hacking!
Hacking process to detect vulnerabilities in the system and exploiting these vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to the system to perform malicious activities ranging from deleting program files to stealing sensitive information. Hacking is illegal and can lead to extreme consequences if caught doing so. People have been sentenced to years in prison for burglary.
|AIM of the Events||The purpose of ethical hacking is to assess security and identify vulnerabilities in systems, networks or system infrastructure.
It involves finding and attempting to use any means at risk to determine if unauthorized access or other dangerous activities are possible.
Behavioral hackers use many of their skills and methods and techniques to test and pass the IT security of organizations as their unethical counterparts, called black hat hackers.
Instead of using any disability, they find to their advantage, ethical hackers write and offer advice on how to fix it so that organizations can strengthen their overall security.
|Highlights of Events||
Behavioral hacking involves an unauthorized attempt to obtain unauthorized access to a computer program, application, or data. Conducting moral gambling involves repeating the tactics and actions of vicious attackers. This practice helps to identify unresolved security risks before a malicious attacker has a chance to exploit you.
Also known as “white hats,” ethical hackers are security experts who carry out this investigation. The practical work they do helps to improve the security of the organization. With prior approval by an IT organization or owner, the purpose of ethical hacking is the opposite of malicious hacking.
|Speakers of the Events:
|NAME||1. Mohd. Shariq|
|Designation & Experience||Ethical Hacking Expert|
|Organization||INSERGO TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.|
|Department Name||B.Tech(Computer Science and Engineering)|
|Date Time & Venue of Events:|| 08 to 12-Feb-2021, 10AM to 12:30PM & 02:00 PM to
|Event Coordinator & Organizing
|Mr. Dhajvir Singh Rai and Mr. Mukesh Rajput|