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SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (CompTIA SECURITY+) TEST PREP AND EXAM

CODE: CRS103


Price: $895.00

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  • CRS103-FA17 (January 29 - April 9) 

SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (COMPTIA SECURITY+) TEST PREP AND EXAM
CRS103-FA17
Sec B:  Mon, 6:00 - 9:00 pm, 1/29/18 - 4/9/18  (No class 2/12, 2/19)
36 hours, $895  (Includes CompTia Security+ Exam)

Prerequisites
Intro to Networking CRS 102 knowledge of TCP/IP Networking

Careers in Information Security

Security+ Cerification lets employers know that you are ready to keep their network secure.
With the massive amounts of data transmitted and stored on networks throughout the world, it’s essential to have effective security practices in place. The Security+ certification shows employers that you have the skills to secure a network and deter hackers. 

This security certification validates knowledge of basic security concepts, communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, and operational security. This course provides an overview of the security field. Lectures and hands-on labs focus on setting up and securing a client server network, IT, using IPSec, certificates, cryptography, and group policies. This course provides a strorng foundation of core security best practice for network administrators and others who plan to proceed to CISSP training.

During the final 2 weeks of the class students will take a CompTIA Security+ practice exam and review key information. A score of 750 (on a scale of 100 to 900) or better is needed to pass this 90 question, 90 minutes exam and become Security+ certified. 

*Note: SY0-501 has not yet been released. It is due for release October 4th 2017. We will update the passing score requirements as that information becomes available. 

 

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS CLASS

Information Technology Professional

Network Administrator

Security Specialist/Administrator

Security Consultant 

Security or Systems Administrator


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Security Fundamentals

Security Threats

Hardening Internal Systems anSed Services

Hardening Internetwork Devices and Services

Securing Network Communications

Securing Web Applications

Managing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Managing Certificates

Enforcing Organizational Security Policies

Monitoring the Security Infrastructure

Managing Security Incidents