EC-Council Names Global Knowledge Top Performer for Security Training

<strong>Cary, N.C. &mdash; June 3</strong><br />Global Knowledge, a provider of IT and business training, announced it has been recognized by the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) as the top performer of the year in North America for delivery of Web security and hacking training its Accredited Training Centers (ATCs). <br /><br />Global Knowledge offers two certification and skills courses on ethical hacking and investigations:<br /><br /><ul><li><strong>Certified Ethical Hacker: </strong>A five-day course that teaches the latest ethical hacking techniques through lecture, labs and CEH certification practice-exam questions.</li><li><strong>Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator: </strong>A five-day course that teaches cybercrime investigation while preparing students for CHFI certification.</li></ul><br />&ldquo;We are honored to be recognized by the EC-Council and especially pleased that outstanding feedback from customers on our exceptional quality was the leading criteria for this distinguished award,&rdquo; said Mike Walsh, worldwide product director at Global Knowledge.<br /><br />The winners &ldquo;were chosen based on their merits and training track record in delivering EC-Council programs,&rdquo; said a press release from the EC-Council, a member-supported professional organization whose purpose is to support and enhance the role of individuals and organizations that design, created, manage or market security and e-business solutions.<br /><br />"We would like to express our sincere thanks to our partners who have stood by us and helped us grow to where we are now. We look forward to their continuing support and know that they will continue to uphold the highest training quality," said Jay Bavisi, president of EC-Council. <br />

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