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Since eLearnSecurity's inception more than 7 years ago, we've always made it our utmost priority to bring our students high-caliber training through our online IT security courses and virtual labs.

To ensure that we're constantly staying true to the cause, we continuously look to the community for some real, honest feedback.

In anticipation for even greater things we have in store for all of you this year, we want to get YOU involved in providing us with valuable insights. Insights that will help us drive our training courses to new heights.

We're thrilled to announce the launch of the eLearnSecurity Review Contest!

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We're handing the mic over to you

Give us a review of an eLearnSecurity training course you took and you'll stand a chance to win one of ten existing and upcoming training courses. Yes, you read that right: new courses are coming!

As with all our contests, joining is easy. Simply post a review of any course you've taken with us on an active cybersecurity-related website, blog, or forum, and link it to us here in the Community Forums.

If you've already written about your eLS training experience before, then all that's left to do is to let us know by sending us the link below - because all reviews from January 1st, 2017 will count as entries.

50 words is the bare minimum for your submission to qualify, but of course, more couldn't hurt!

 

Be our staunchest critic or our greatest advocate

We want the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth! We'll value all views equally, all we ask is that you say what's really on your mind.

And, to give you the best odds of snagging a prize, we've set up a few criteria which we'll use to judge your reviews:

  • Opinion: We don't want a description or summary of the course. Tell us about your training experience and share your reactions to it.
  • Audience: You're submitting a review of an IT security training course, so make sure to write one that will be useful to your potential audience, ranging from infosec n00bs to experts.
  • Guidelines: Adhere to the contest rules: stick to the 50-word minimum, and don't give out any solutions or hints to the exams.
  • Traction: Eliciting engagement gets you plus points, so write in a clear, insightful, and engaging way, and post the review somewhere your peers and the infosec community will see it.

 

Ten for ten

We'll have ten winners of the ten training courses up for grabs, which include:

  • First place: 2 winners of an Elite Edition training course
  • Second place: 3 winners of a Full Edition training course
  • Third place: 5 winners of a Barebone Edition training course

Each winner will be able to choose from any of our existing training courses, or hold out for the new ones! We know, we can hardly wait, either!

 

Get writing!

Your words could help take our training to its maximum potential, so come on and speak your mind - you may just score a brand new training course for it!

 

eLearnSecurity Review Contest Terms and Conditions: https://community.elearnsecurity.com/topic/4363-the-elearnsecurity-review-contest-terms-and-conditions/

 

 

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kristoffersantiago

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Suggested platforms to post reviews on:

Reviews posted on (or similar to) these platforms will not count as entries:

  • eLearnSecurity Community Forums (except for links to reviews) 
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn Groups
  • Websites, blogs, or forums unrelated to cybersecurity
  • Websites, blogs, forums, social networks, or online groups with no/minimal activity

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kristoffersantiago

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kristoffersantiago

Hey guys! Just a quick reminder for submissions:

  1. We've set a few limitations on where reviews can be posted. You'll find the suggested and restricted sites/communities above.
  2. Aside from posting the links to your reviews here in the forums, we also ask you to send us an email with some of your details (see Contest Rule #5 above for more information). This will help us get in touch with you in case you're chosen as one of the winners.

Thanks!

@antonio.damian.garrison @aisherwood @mathew.broughton @alpy2135

 

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ing.abbiatil

lorenzo abbiati

i was really a dummy in computer security science.

i have been unconfotable even with beginners' PT on line course. 

i had many questions before starting abou my internet security - too much compromised in the past years, but now after quitting the course i have even more questions and doubts. i think a frontal lesson with the possibility to make real time questions would have been more useful to me.....some people on the internet are really psychopaths devoting and passing their time in the attempt to control people's life.... i am astonished and think some day to quit interenet connection or use it only under the most strict security.

it was like returning to school on some topics i am grat on computer scirnce too waèeak again also because i consoder PC a tool not a reason for life.

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riccardoancarani94

Is using images from eLS prohibited?

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kristoffersantiago
11 hours ago, riccardoancarani94 said:

Is using images from eLS prohibited?

Hey @riccardoancarani94! As long as they're not course materials (screenshots of slides, labs, exams), you're good to go. ;)

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weev3

I'm not done with eWPT exam can i write review about only labs and course modules ??? . 

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a.herumurti
8 hours ago, weev3 said:

I'm not done with eWPT exam can i write review about only labs and course modules ??? . 

maybe you can give information real experience about that labs and modules? how you feel, etc ?

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Jens
On 8/11/2017 at 9:18 PM, weev3 said:

I'm not done with eWPT exam can i write review about only labs and course modules ??? . 

Yes you can ;)

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kristoffersantiago

Just so we're all on the same page with regard to the steps. ;) (details in the Rules posted above)

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etomiyasu808

Thanks for the reminder... I knew I was missing something.

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Unix_Guy

My name on TechExams is UnixGuy, and I've been a contributing member at TechExams for 10 years. I've reviewed eLearnSecurity courses before on TechExams (not because of a contest) so my reviews are honest and a true reflection of the real value of the courses. I've also recommended eLearnSecurity courses sporadically as part of a genuine desire to help TechExams members better their career; my reviews are authentic; verifiable; and valued in the community!

 

I'm a big fan of eLearnSecurity and big supported for the training philosophy! only holding eJPT, but also purchased eCPPT.

I thought I'd share my original threads as they're a genuine representation of my views on eLearnSecurity and (in my opinion) are more credible than threads to win a contests. I'd love to the Reverse Engineering course next!

 

Here are links to some of my recommendations/reviews...

 

My Personal *review/discussion* threads:

UnixGuy's "Just Passed eJPT Review": http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/118515-passed-ejpt.html

UnixGuy's eCPPT journey: http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/118961-ecppt-journey.html

 

 

Some of my recommending eLearnSecurity eJPT/eCPPT:

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/127962-pentesting-course-advise-2.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/127309-guidance-after-ceh.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/125761-elearnsecurity.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/general-certification/125733-ecppt-certificate-course.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/sans-institute-giac-certifications/125494-gpen-after-oscp.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/general-certification/120426-ejpt.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/120521-ejpt-linux-something-else.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/118947-oscp-v-elearnsecurity-best-beginner.html

http://www.techexams.net/forums/security-certifications/118981-elearnsecurity-penetration-courses.html

 

 

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