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California Computer Hackers Turn Pro With CEH Training Courses.

GREENBELT, Md., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Academy of Computer Education (ACE), a computer training school that prepares students to take industry certification exams, has recently opened a satellite campus in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Fremont, CA location was established as a result of popular demand for information technology training courses in an area that has long been a hotbed for the industry.

"We think the San Francisco/San Jose area is a great fit. The demand is there, it's right in the heart of Silicon Valley, and they've got the same bad traffic that we have," says Ryan Corey, ACE's Director of Admissions.

While ACE still offers on-site training as well as training at their Washington, DC area campus, the addition of the satellite campus provides IT professionals on the west coast access to the well established resources that make ACE one of the top IT training schools in the country.

The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) training is one of several courses now registering at the new location. As more California-based companies are forced to deal with security threats, the need for preventative hackers has grown. The new Certified Ethical Hacker course from ACE offers instruction on how to scan systems, identify security breaches and combat the issues discovered. With the help of this course, security professionals are given the tools they need to fend off destructive and disruptive hackers, and save millions of dollars of damage to corporate networks.

The course was developed for site owners, security officers, auditors and security professionals that need to have the ability to uncover network risks and repair security breaches. As hacking becomes a bigger problem for companies across the world, the demand for certified ethical hackers will continue to grow.

Interested students can visit -- -- to learn more about CEH training at the Academy of Computer Education, or visit for additional Information Security courses offered by the school.

CONTACT: Ryan Corey of Academy of Computer Education, +1-301-220-2802 ext. 214, or +1-877-564-TRAIN,

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