CompTIA Security+

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Course Overview

The CompTIA Security+ certification is considered the benchmark as far as best practices in the IT security field is concerned. Considering the importance of security in not only the business world, but our daily lives as we spend more and more time online, this is quite an achievement.

CompTIA Security+ will teach you how to ensure that a network is secure, how to detect and deal with security threats, identify vulnerabilities and cryptography (the writing and solving of codes). The acquisition of the Network+ certification will mean that you have a superior understanding of various security- and networking-related matters.

This will ensure that you become a sought-after IT professional seeing as the need to fill security related positions with qualified and skilled workers keeps rising along with the need for organisations to have an online presence. Security threats could have a detrimental effect on any business, as the information stored on their networks can be of a very sensitive nature. Therefore, certified security professionals are far more likely to be considered for a position than an individual that has not gained a certification.

Course Information

CompTIA Security+

Course Details

Certification: CompTIA Security+
Vendor: CompTIA
Course prerequisite: Although there are no formal prerequisites, it is recommended that you earn your CompTIA Network+ qualification before studying the CompTIA Security+ course.
Study time: 20-30 hours

Career Path Opportunities

IT Security Specialist
IT Security Administrator
IT Manager
IT Security Architect
Network Administrator
IT Security Consultant
IT Security Engineer
Information Security Analyst
IT Security Controls Manager
IT Security and Assurance Manager

What's Included
  • CompTIA Security+ SY0-601
  • 12 months unlimited access
  • Student mentor
  • Student care team
  • Career support


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