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CompTIA Security+ Cert Bootcamp (Exam Included) Training Class:

  • Ways to Train:
  • Live Classroom
    Class is delivered at a Centriq location with a live instructor actually in the classroom.
  • Live Virtual Class
    Class is delivered live online via Centriq's Virtual Remote technology. Student may attend class from home or office or other location with internet access.
  • HD Class
    Class is delivered via award winning HD-ILT at Centriq's facility. Students view the live instructor utilizing a 60'' HD monitor.
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  • Retail
    Class can be purchased directly via check, credit card, or PO.
  • CV Centriq Vouchers
    Class is available for students using Centriq Vouchers.
  • CP Centriq Choice Pass Eligible
    Class is available to students utilizing Centriq Choice Pass program.
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07.11.22 07.15.22 5 Days M-F 8:30AM 4:00PM Central Kansas City Live Classroom Live Virtual Classroom Cash CV Centriq Vouchers CP Centriq Choice Pass Eligible $2775.00
 
 
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The purpose of this Security + training bootcamp is to prepare for the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 exam. Instructor-led lecture, class discussions, group questions, access to over 400 Security+ practice questions to study both in and after class independently, and 32 virtual labs will be completed during this course.

*Please note the following:
  • It is strongly suggested that all students have access to a Windows PC before/after classroom hours for additional study.
  • If attending this class as virtual/remote, it is strongly suggested to use a Windows PC.
  • If using a Mac, you will need to use Parallel Desktop, or VirtualBox with Windows VM to install VisualCert Exam on the Mac.
  • It is recommended that government, banking, or federal employees provide a personal email address at the time of registration, as work email addresses have blocked curriculum and testing information.

Audience

Students interested in passing the Security + Test, SY0-601; students who are mandated to pass Security + Exam SY0-601 under FISMA Directive 8570.

Prerequisites

Basic Windows skills and fundamental understanding of computer and networking concepts are required.

CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications, or equivalent knowledge, and six to nine months experience in networking, including experience configuring and managing TCP/IP, are strongly recommended. Students can obtain this level of skill and knowledge by taking any of the following courses: CompTIA A+ Certification: 220-1001 and 220-1002 Exam Objectives Network+ Certification: (N10-006 or N10-007 Objectives).

Additional introductory courses or work experience in application development and programming, or in network and operating system administration for any software platform or system are helpful but not required.

View the CompTIA Security+ Cert Bootcamp (Exam Included) Training Course Outline

Introduction

  • The CompTIA Certification Program
  • Taking a Certification Exam
  • Tracking Certification Status
  • About This Book
  • Self-Assessment
  • CompTIA Certification in the Real World
  • How to Prepare for an Exam
  • Dealing with Test Anxiety
  • Day of the Exam

Part I: System Security

Chapter 1. Managing Risk

  • Risk Terminology
  • Threat Assessment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Developing Policies, Standards, and Guidelines
  • Summary

Chapter 2. Monitoring and Diagnosing Networks

  • Monitoring and Diagnosing Networks Terminology
  • Frameworks, Best Practices, and Configuration Guides
  • Secure Network Architecture Concepts
  • Secure Systems Design
  • Summary

Part II: Infrastructure Security

Chapter 3. Understanding Devices and Infrastructure

  • Infrastructure Terminology
  • Designing with Security in Mind

Chapter 4. Identity and Access Management

  • Using Tools to Assess your Network
  • Troubleshooting Common Security Issues
  • Security Technologies
  • Identity and Access Management Concepts
  • Install and Configure Identity and Access Services
  • File and Database Security

Part III: Access Control

Chapter 5. Wireless Network Threats

  • Wireless Threat Terminology
  • Wireless Vulnerabilities to Know
  • Wireless Commonsense
  • Wireless Attach Analogy

Chapter 6. Securing the Cloud

  • Cloud-related terminology
  • Working with cloud computing
  • Working with Virtualization
  • Security and the cloud

Part IV: Assessments and Audits

Chapter 7. Host, Data and Application Security

  • Threat Actors and Attributes
  • Use of Open Source Intelligence
  • Types of Vulnerabilities
  • Embedded Systems Security
  • Application Vulnerabilities
  • Secure Programming
  • Other Application Security Issues
  • Code Issues

Part V: Cryptography

Chapter 8. Cryptography

  • An Overview of Cryptography
  • Modern Cryptography
  • Using Cryptographic Systems
  • Understanding Cryptography Standards and Protocols
  • Public Key Infrastructure
  • Using Public Key Infrastructure
  • Authentication

Chapter 9. Threats, Attacks and Vulnerabilities

  • Threat and Attack Terminology
  • Living in a world of viruses
  • Malware and Crypto-Malware
  • Understanding Various Types of Application/Service Attacks

Chapter 10. Social Engineering and other Foes

  • Social Engineering and Physical Security Terminology
  • Understanding Social Engineering
  • Understanding Physical Security
  • Various Control Types
  • Data Security and Privacy Practices

Part VI: Security Administration

Chapter 11. Security Administration

  • Connection Types
  • Mobile Devices
  • Account Management Concepts

Chapter 12. Disaster Recovery and Incident Response

  • Disaster Incident and Related Terminology
  • Penetration Testing
  • Issues Associated with Business Continuity

Day Three & Day Four:

  • Combination of Group Questions & Discussion, Practice Individual Questions, Individual Practice Exams, Material Review
Day Five:
  • Additional Review
  • Final Practice Test for those interested
  • Testing on the last day is strongly encouraged; virtual students will have the opportunity to schedule their exam at their local Pearson VUE testing center or via online proctoring with Pearson VUE/CompTIA. In-person students are welcome to coordinate testing with our onsite proctors.
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