The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) is a member-based organisation that certifies individuals in various e-business and information security skills. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), and Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT) certifications and cyber security courses.
DDLS is the partner of choice for EC-Council in Australia.
Why DDLS EC-Council Training?
- The courses are delivered with a strong emphasis of hands on techniques that will enable you to apply what you have learnt as soon as you complete your class
- The courseware is developed by subject matter experts from all over the world and is constantly updated to ensure that you are exposed to the latest advances in the space
- The courses will immerse you with hundreds of tools that are used in the underground to compromise even the most secure systems
- The courses have attained the world renowned CNSS 4011 – 4016 Certification from the US National Security Council
Please note that there are strict conditions applied to attendance at DDLS EC-Council Courses and certification. On the first day of the course, students are required to sign a Student Agreement Form before opening the courseware. A copy of this form and relevant links may be found here.
The age requirement for attending EC-Council courses or attempting the exam is restricted to any candidate who is at least 18 years old. If you are under the age of 18, you are not eligible to attend the official training or eligible to attempt the certification exam unless you are able to provide written consent of your parent/legal guardian and a supporting letter from your institution of higher learning. Only applicants from nationally accredited institution of higher learning shall be considered.
Please note that exam vouchers are included with most EC-Council courses. Exams are not taken at the conclusion of the course. Exam candidates are required to book their exam after completion of the course.
Please contact your local branch for available times.
Your EC-Council Exam Centre Voucher will come with an expiry date. Please refer to the DDLS booking Terms and Conditions regarding exam voucher validity.
Please note: Prior to attempting an EC-Council exam, candidates are required to agree to EC-Council Certification Agreement terms and the EC-Council Non-Disclosure Agreement. Candidates should not attempt the exam unless they have read, understood and accepted the terms and conditions in full. By attempting the exam, the candidates signify the acceptance of the EC-Council Candidate Certification Agreement terms. In the event that the candidate does not accept the terms of the agreement, he/she is not authorised by EC-Council to attempt any of its certification exams.
EC-Council Continuing Education Scheme
Once a candidate becomes certified by EC-Council, the relationship between EC-Council and candidate will always be governed by the EC-Council Candidate Certification Agreement which candidate must agree to prior from receiving your certification. This agreement is also provided here.
If a certified member earned certification/s that are included under the ECE scheme, he/she will have to achieve a total of 120 credits (per certification) within a period of three years. If a member holds multiple certifications, credits earned will be applied across all the certifications. However, effective January 1st 2013, each certification will have its own ECE recertification requirements within its respective 3-year ECE window.
The credits can be earned in many ways including attending conferences, writing research papers, preparing for training classes in a related domain (for instructors), reading materials on related subject matters, taking an exam of a newer version of the certification, attending webinars, and many others. Qualified ECE activities must have been completed within ECE program’s 3-year window and must be submitted in only one ECE 3-year window.
ECE credits are earned on a per annum basis, between 1 January and 31 December of each calendar year. Certified members must register their ECE credits earned by 1 February of the following year to maintain their certification status.
For more information on the ECE Policy please click here.
EC-Council Membership and fees
To continue the development and value of EC-Council certification credentials, as well as the continued support of its membership community, EC-Council has implemented a plan that requires the annual payment of certification maintenance fees in line with standard industry practices.
For more information on the EC-Council Membership please click here.