CompTIA launched the new CompTIA A+ certification today with new nomenclature, new exam objectives, and a focus on problem-solving for IT professionals. Here’s an overview of what’s new:
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What Skills are Learned in the CompTIA Security+ Course
Because the Security+ test is so comprehensive, many seek out preparation courses in advance. In any comprehensive Security+ Certification Prep Course, you will learn to:
- Think broadly and widely to implement sound security protocols to address and reduce security risks
- Quickly react to security issues as they arise, knowing what tools, technologies and skills are required to effectively thwart bad actors or actions
- Triage past security breaches to identify potential remedies and to implement enhanced protections
- Design, implement and manage a network, on-site or in the cloud, with security in mind
The above learnings, broken down more fully into a full course syllabus, typically run as follows: