Become a CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+)
The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) certification path prepares your for CompTIA's most prestigious information security certification. You'll learn the skills required to conceptualize, design and engineer secure solutions across complex enterprise environments.
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) training
This learning path prepares you to pass the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) exam. As you progress through 16 courses tied to the five CASP+ domains, you’ll learn advanced practitioner skills, such as analyzing the security risks of new technologies, integrating network and security components, implementing incident response and recovery procedures, integrating technology into a secure enterprise architecture, researching the impact of industry trends and more. Upon completion, you’ll be prepared to validate your knowledge by passing the prestigious CASP+ certification exam.
Learning path components
CASP+ Custom Practice Exam
CompTIA CASP+ Skill Assessment
Business and Industry Influences and Risks
Security & Privacy Policies and Procedures
Risk Mitigation Strategies and Controls
Risk Metric Scenarios
Network Security Components
Securing Host Devices
Secure Storage Controls
Software Vulnerabilities and Security Controls
Vulnerability Assessment Methods and Tools
Research, Development and Collaboration
Securing Communications and Collaboration Solutions
Implementing Cryptographic Techniques
Integrating Authentication and Authorization Technologies
Incident Response and Recovery Procedures
Integrating Hosts, Storage, Networks and Applications
Integrating Cloud and Virtualization Technologies
What you’ll learn.
The CASP+ certification exam covers five domain areas:
- Risk management
- Enterprise security architecture
- Enterprise security operations
- Technical integration of enterprise security
- Research, development and collaboration
Who is this for?
In addition to passing the exam, you need ten years of professional working experience in IT administration, with at least five of those years specifically focused on hands-on technical security to earn your CASP+.
This certification path is designed for:
- Security architects
- Security engineers
- Application security engineers
- Technical lead analysts
- Anyone with a desire to build their advanced practitioner skills!
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