AI Hacking Certification (AIHC™)

Public Training with Exam: December 5-6, 2024

The AI Hacking Certification (AIHC™) Certification Course by Tonex is a comprehensive program designed to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to ethically hack and secure artificial intelligence systems. This course delves into the intricacies of AI technologies, providing hands-on experience in identifying vulnerabilities and implementing robust security measures.

Tonex’s AI Hacking Certification (AIHC™) certification course equips cybersecurity professionals and AI developers with specialized skills in ethical hacking, AI-specific threats, and vulnerabilities. It covers real-world scenarios, legal considerations, and industry best practices, ensuring graduates can identify, assess, and fortify AI systems.

Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and its applications.
    • Gain proficiency in ethical hacking techniques specific to AI systems.
    • Identify and assess security risks within AI algorithms and models.
    • Implement strategies to safeguard AI systems from cyber threats.
    • Learn to conduct ethical AI penetration testing.
    • Acquire the AI Hacking Certification (AIHC™) Certification, validating expertise in ethical AI hacking.


This course is tailored for cybersecurity professionals, AI developers, ethical hackers, and IT professionals seeking to specialize in securing AI environments. It is also suitable for individuals interested in advancing their skills in the rapidly evolving field of artificial intelligence security.

Pre-requisite: None

Program Outlines:

Module 1: Introduction to AI Security

      • Understanding Artificial Intelligence
      • AI Security Landscape
      • Importance of Ethical Hacking in AI
      • Emerging Threats in AI Systems
      • Legal and Ethical Considerations
      • Case Studies in AI Security Incidents

Module 2: Ethical Hacking Fundamentals

      • Principles of Ethical Hacking
      • Role of Ethical Hackers in AI Security
      • AI System Architecture Overview
      • Attack Vectors in AI Environments
      • Security Best Practices in AI Development
      • Real-world Examples of Ethical Hacking Successes

Module 3: AI Security Threats and Vulnerabilities

      • Types of AI Security Threats
      • Vulnerability Assessment in AI Models
      • Adversarial Attacks on AI Systems
      • Bias and Fairness in AI Security
      • Security Risks in AI Training Data
      • Incident Response for AI Security Breaches

Module 4: Securing AI Models and Data

      • Encryption Techniques for AI Models
      • Secure Data Handling in AI Applications
      • Access Control in AI Environments
      • Explainability and Transparency in AI Security
      • Securing AI Deployment Pipelines
      • Continuous Monitoring for AI Security

Module 5: Ethical AI Penetration Testing

      • Planning and Scoping Ethical AI Hacks
      • Execution of Ethical Hacking on AI Systems
      • Identifying and Exploiting AI Vulnerabilities
      • Reporting and Documentation in Ethical AI Hacking
      • AI-Specific Penetration Testing Tools
      • Best Practices in Ethical AI Penetration Testing

Module 6: AIHC™ Certification Exam Preparation

      • Overview of  AIHC™ Certification Exam
      • Exam Format and Structure
      • Key Exam Topics and Domains
      • Practice Questions and Mock Exams
      • Exam-Day Strategies and Tips
      • Resources for Ongoing Learning in Ethical AI Hacking

The course is delivered through a combination of lectures, interactive discussions, hands-on workshops, and project-based learning, facilitated by experts in the field of AI Ethics and Governance. Participants will have access to online resources, including readings, case studies, and tools for practical exercises.

Participants will be evaluated via quizzes, assignments, a capstone project, and a final exam. Those who successfully complete the course and pass the exam will be awarded a certificate in Ethical AI Hacking.


        1. Ethical Considerations in AI Development:
          • Understanding of ethical principles relevant to AI development.
          • Knowledge of ethical frameworks and guidelines.
          • Ability to identify ethical implications of AI technologies.
        2. AI Security Fundamentals:
          • Understanding of AI system architecture.
          • Knowledge of common security threats and vulnerabilities in AI systems.
          • Familiarity with security measures and best practices for securing AI systems.
        3. AI Model Attacks and Defenses:
          • Awareness of various attack vectors targeting AI models.
          • Knowledge of techniques for defending against AI model attacks.
          • Ability to implement security measures to protect AI models.
        4. Privacy and Data Protection in AI:
          • Understanding of privacy laws and regulations relevant to AI.
          • Knowledge of privacy-preserving techniques for AI data.
          • Ability to assess and mitigate privacy risks in AI systems.
        5. AI Bias and Fairness:
          • Awareness of bias and fairness issues in AI systems.
          • Knowledge of techniques for detecting and mitigating bias in AI models.
          • Understanding of fairness metrics and evaluation methods for AI systems.


        1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs):
          • Assessing conceptual understanding of ethical principles, security fundamentals, and regulatory frameworks.
        2. Scenario-based Questions:
          • Presenting real-world scenarios related to AI security, privacy, bias, etc., and assessing problem-solving skills.
        3. Case Studies:
          • Analyzing case studies involving AI security breaches, privacy violations, bias issues, etc., and identifying appropriate responses or solutions.
        4. Hands-on Practical Exercises:
          • Implementing security measures, privacy-preserving techniques, or bias detection algorithms in AI systems.


      • Minimum Score: Candidates must achieve a minimum passing score of 70%.
      • Comprehensive Understanding: Demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of ethical principles, security fundamentals, privacy concerns, bias issues, and their applications in AI.
      • Ability to Apply Knowledge: Showing proficiency in applying knowledge to real-world scenarios and practical exercises.
      • Adherence to Ethical Guidelines: Ensuring that candidates understand and adhere to ethical guidelines and principles throughout the exam.

Public Training with Exam: December 5-6, 2024

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