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CompTIA Security+ Certificate

CompTIA Security+
This course provides the basic knowledge needed to plan, implement, and maintain information security in a vendor-neutral format. This includes risk management, host and network security, authentication and access control systems, cryptography, and organizational security.
When you earn your CompTIA Security+ certification you’ll have the skills to secure a network and deter hackers.
Note: You will receive an exam voucher for the Security+ exam (SY0-501) at the end of the class so that you may take the exam at a later date.  Additional virtual lab access is also included.
The class book meets CompTIA’s strict quality standards receive the CompTIA Approved Quality Content (CAQC) seal. CAQC training materials are reviewed by industry experts, cover all exam objectives, integrate instructional design principles as well as instructional reviews that help you judge your learning comprehension and readiness for the certification exam.
After completing this course, you will know how to:
·         Prepare a study plan for the CompTIA Security+ exam
·         Correctly use fundamental security technology, conduct risk assessments, and plan vulnerability assessments
·         Recognize common attacks including social engineering, malware, network attacks, and application attacks
·         Identify fundamental network components and technologies, understand network addresses, and recognize common network ports and applications
·         Identify common network security components and secure transport protocols, harden networks, and apply monitoring and detection techniques
·         Explain common cryptographic techniques and standards, identify public key infrastructure concepts, and apply transport encryption
·         Apply security controls to data, hosts, and mobile devices
·         Plan secure web applications and virtual services
·         Explain authentication factors and understand network authentication protocols
·         Recognize access control models, apply file-level access control, and centrally manage account security
·         Apply operational security techniques through organizational policies, user training, and physical security controls
·         Plan for disaster through business continuity plans, fault tolerant systems, data backups, and incident response policies

Exam voucher (SY0-501) and books are included (over a $350 value!).
5287    CRTPG 163    5/30-6/23    MW 6-9PM and S 8AM-12PM   $2395
Spokane Falls Community College, Bldg 18, Rm 127B
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