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CompTIA Security+ Certification Course Overview in Denver, CO
The CompTIA Security+ certification training in Denver builds your cybersecurity skills, knowledge, and abilities. This vendor-neutral credential provides the basic knowledge needed to implement, plan and maintain the information security of an organization. In this course, students acquire specific skills necessary to implement basic security services on any type of computer network. Earning Security+ credential demonstrates your knowledge about network infrastructure, systems and network security, assessments and audits, access control, cryptography, and organizational security.
This training maps to the CompTIA Security+ certification exam (SY0-601) and includes multiple practice tests to gain confidence to perform in the real job scenario.
This certification course is intended at professionals who are looking to improve their IT Security skills and knowledge including:
- Network Administrators
- IT Support Analysts
- IT Managers
- Security Administrators
- Security Engineers
Though CompTIA does not compel, it is recommended that students applying for the Security+ course must have successfully completed the CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications.
About The Examination
- Exam Type: Multiple-choice & performance-based
- Duration: 90 minutes
- No. of questions: 90
- Passing criteria: 750 (on a scale of 100-900)
About the Certification
This certificate is valid for three years and requires professionals to extend the certification in 3-year intervals. To automatically renew your certification account, you will need to collect 50 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in a span of three years and upload them to your account.
- 5 days instructor-led Online Training
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Chapter 1: Malware and Indicators of Compromise
Chapter 2: Attacks
Chapter 3: Threat Actors
Chapter 4: Vulnerability Scanning and Penetration Testing
Chapter 5: Vulnerabilities and Impacts
Chapter 6: Network Components
Chapter 7: Security Tools and Technologies
Chapter 8: Troubleshoot Common Security Issues
Chapter 9: Deploy Mobile Devices Securely
Chapter 10: Implementing Secure Protocols
Chapter 11: Architecture Frameworks and Secure Network Architectures
Chapter 12: Secure Systems Design and Deployment
Chapter 13: Embedded Systems
Chapter 14: Application Development and Deployment
Chapter 15: Cloud and Virtualization
Chapter 16: Resiliency and Automation strategies
Chapter 17: Physical Security Controls
Chapter 18: Identity, Access and Accounts
Chapter 19: Identity and Access Services
Chapter 20: Identity and Access Management Controls
Chapter 21: Policies, Plans and Procedures
Chapter 22: Risk Management and Business Impact Analysis Concepts
Chapter 23: Incident Response, Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operation
Chapter 24: Digital forensics
Chapter 25: Compare and contrast various types of controls
Chapter 26: Data Security and Privacy Practices
Chapter 27: Cryptography Concepts
Chapter 28: Cryptography Algorithms
Chapter 29: Wireless Security
Chapter 30: Public Key Infrastructure
Vinsys in Denver specializes in CompTIA training deliveries. Our expert trainers ensure that concepts are well understood by the students while our training methodologies concentrate more on implementation skill enhancement than theoretical knowledge. This helps students gain confidence while applying the learned skills on the job. Vinsys guides students through a structured learning content, practice material and mock exams.
Yes, CompTIA Security+ can be a great launch pad for your cybersecurity career. Cybersecurity jobs are among the mostly sought-after security jobs in the tech industry and CompTIA Security+ is a good start.
Yes. Most of the CompTIA certifications including the Security+ exam can be taken without any prior working experience.
The SY0-501 exam will retire on July 31, 2021. You will be able to take the SY0-601 exam now onwards.
Once certified, your CompTIA Security+ certificate remains valid up to 3 years. In this span, you will have to collect at least 50 CEUs through trainings and activities relating to your certification to renew your certification.