EC-Council Subject Matter Expert

EC-Council Subject Matter Expert

EC-Council, the world’s largest cybersecurity training and certification body is inviting those who are class apart and have gained the wisdom and knowledge in the field of cybersecurity to work with us as Subject Matter Experts.

What is a Subject Matter Expert (SME)?

EC-Council is known for its best in the class training and examinations in the field of cybersecurity. If you are the one who has conducted complex pen testing assignments, certified by a renowned cybersecurity training and cert body and skilled to create guidelines and assessment for EC-Council then you qualify to be in this group of experts.

An SME is responsible for providing feedback on training content, creating questions/items or beta testing assessments under the direction and guidance provided by EC-Council, You would be officially signing an agreement and your name will be displayed on our website amongst the best from the field.

Should this opportunity interest you, fill up the form below and one of our coordinators will get in touch with you.

You can also write to [email protected] for more information.


Can I be working as a full time professional and still be involved in these activities?
Yes, we are happy to invite all full time professionals so that your expertise and experience can add more value to your contribution.
Is there a specific time commitment for each activity?
Can I be on other boards or involved with other certification bodies while contributing as an SME with EC-Council?
Can I be involved in more than one activity at the same time?
What will I need to submit to get started?
Will I be required to share any sensitive documents such as my ID proof etc.?
How long will the shortlisting process take?
Do I need to hold an EC-Council certification in order to qualify as an SME?
Are there monetary benefits assigned to being an SME with EC-Council?
Can I exit the SME group at any point of time?
Can I list this contribution on my LinkedIn/ social media profiles?
Do I need to be physically present/ travel to be a part of meetings?