Alison.com, one of the world’s largest free-to-use online learning and empowerment platforms, announces a publishing partnership with CODERED - an established cybersecurity course publisher. CODERED forms part of the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants, also known as EC-Council - the world’s largest cybersecurity technical certification body.
One of the first courses published on the Alison platform by CODERED is Hands-On Android Security. This online course focuses on the practical aspect of penetration testing. The course starts with the core concepts of the Android operating system, hardware security components and native applications. Users will also learn how to analyse existing Android apps, understand vulnerabilities and test their work to ensure full security compliance within the Android environment. With over 3 million Android apps in the market, data security and penetration testing are vital! This top-rated course is a great introduction to the world of Android. It covers the tools and software needed to test and protect apps from hackers.
This course has been developed in partnership with CODERED and certified by the EC-Council, the world's largest cybersecurity technical certification body. Other courses include Black Hat Python: Python for Pentesters; Identity and Access Management and Secure Full Stack MEAN Stack Developer.
The EC-Council provides internationally recognised cybersecurity programmes and services to some of the largest global businesses. The organisation’s certification is trusted by seven of the top ten Fortune 500 companies, NATO and +2000 of the world’s leading universities.
With almost three-quarters of smartphones being Android devices, compared to 26% on IOS devices, this course will be a welcome learning resource for the Android developer community. The course is available here and takes approximately 4-5 hours to complete.
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