The International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) is a member supported professional organization. The purpose of the EC-Council is to support and enhance the role of individuals and organizations who design, create, manage, or market Security and E-Business solutions.
Accredited Training Center
As an EC-Council Accredited Training Center, Global Information Technology offers EC-Council Authorized training. Candidates for EC-Council certification must complete authorized training as a pre-requisite to earning certification.
Please note: Candidates are only allowed to take training from Authorized Training Partners as a precondition of taking the certification examinations.
This course will significantly benefit security officers, auditors, security professionals, site administrators, and anyone who is concerned about the integrity of the network infrastructure
Real testimonials from our Students!
As a United States Army veteran, I participated in four (4) combat tours and a tour of duty to South Korea. I am a three (3) time veteran of Iraq, serving in various capacities in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) I, III and Operation New Dawn (OND) which ended the war in Iraq in December 2011. [...] Read more
Christopher B. Amara, Jr.
US Army Veteran
My name is Cedric Porties, and I am currently employed as a systems administrator for Electronic data Systems. I was made aware of Global Information Technology from a local computer magazine. After much speculation due to a situation from another private school I previously attended, I decided to go in and speak with a representative. [...] Read more
September 28, 2021 The skills I obtained from the Project Management Professional and the Business Analyst class from GIT were phenomenal. After over a year off due to COVID pandemic, I was able to further my education with these two wonderful classes, which were cross functional for me as what I learned in the one [...] Read more
Annie M. Sadecki
I am writing this letter today in recommendation of Global Information Technology (GIT). In the spring of 2008 I learned that my employment position was being off-shored. Of course this was devastating news. Even though I possess a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, I realized I did not specialize in any specific IT area and [...] Read more
I worked 17 yrs in manufacturing as a Hilo driver, a material processor and 9 yrs as a Quality assurance technician and was let go due to the economy in February 2007. During that time I’d always had a passion for the computing arena so after weighing my options and overcoming the fear that can [...] Read more