Provides a practical examination of information security fundamentals. Includes security planning, technologies, and personnel issues. Covers material helpful in the preparation for the Security+ certification exam.
Introduces the types of security crime, breaches, fraud, and network penetrations. Students learn procedures for preventing intrusions, fraud, and computer crime. Legal impacts for cybersecurity crimes are discussed and evaluated.
Provides knowledge of intrusion detection applications, security tasks, networks activity, and prevention and social engineering techniques. Students are provided with hands-on exercises for intrusion detection systems, scanning applications, and social engineering practices.
Introduces best practices for securing applications, networks, and databases. Students learn how organizations protect assets from unauthorized access. Students start the initial phase of building applications while documenting security procedures.
The CompTIA A+ course will build upon students’ existing user-level knowledge and experience with personal computer software and hardware in order to present fundamental concepts and techniques that technicians will use every day on the job.
The CompTIA Security+ course provides students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to become an IT security professional. This course is designed to fully prepare students to sit for and pass the CompTIA Security+ certification exam.