Course Content

Module 1: Threats, Attacks, and Vulnerabilities

03:32
1.1 Introduction
12:55
1.2 IOC and Malware
08:43
1.3 Social Engineering
10:03
1.4 App Crypto Attacks
09:40
1.5 Network Attacks
06:54
1.6 Threat Actors
09:42
1.7 Penetration Testing
05:47
1.8 Vulnerability Testing
09:49
1.9 Vulnerability Types
01:00:00
1.10 Analyze Malicious Activity in Memory Using Volatility
42:00
1.11 Analyze SQL Injection Attack
02:00:00
1.12 Comprehensive Threat Response

Module 2: Technologies & Tools

02:19
2.1 Module 2 Introduction
07:40
2.2 Networking Basics
17:03
2.3 Network Components
18:25
2.4 Network Security Devices Part 1
08:55
2.5 Network Security Devices Part 2
26:33
2.6 Security Tools
20:17
2.7 Security Technologies
18:05
2.8 Mobile Security
12:44
2.9 Security Protocols
01:00:00
2.10 Create Custom Snort Rules
01:00:00
2.11 Using Snort and Wireshark to Analyze Traffic

Module 3: Architecture & Design

04:00
3.1 Introduction
14:59
3.2 Frameworks
14:37
3.3 Network Architecture
16:15
3.4 Systems Design
05:55
3.5 Staging
11:08
3.6 Embeded Systems
17:32
3.7 AppSec
15:19
3.8 Cloud
07:12
3.9 Resiliency
17:27
3.10 Physical Security
01:00:00
3.11 System Hardening

Module 4: Identity & Access Management

09:51
4.1 IAM Concepts
17:03
4.2 Access Protocols
13:31
4.3 IAM Models
17:56
4.4 Account Practices
01:00:00
4.5 Creating SIEM Reports with Splunk

Module 5: Risk Management

21:46
5.1 Policies-Personnel
13:58
5.2 Business Impact Analysis
08:59
5.3 Risk Assessments-pt1
14:16
5.4 Risk Assessments-pt2
12:57
5.5 Incident Response pt1
10:08
5.6 Incident Response pt2
15:28
5.7 Forensics
11:13
5.8 DR-BCP
46:00
5.9 Creation of BCP and DRP
07:27
5.10 Controls
08:48
5.11 Data Privacy
01:00:00
5.12 Comparing Controls

Module 6: Cryptography and PKI

13:03
6.1 Crypto Concepts pt1
09:23
6.2 Crypto Concepts pt2
12:55
6.3 Crypto Algorithms pt1
11:31
6.4 Crypto Algorithms pt2
11:38
6.5 Wifi Security
19:43
6.6 PKI
15:54
6.7 Test Taking Tips
20:00:00
6.8 CompTIA Security+ 501
01:30:00
6.9 CompTIA Security+ SY0-501
01:30:00
6.10 CompTIA SY0-501: Security+

Course Description

Cybersecurity is a rising career field with a need for more security professionals in all industries and types of organizations. One of the greatest hindrances to mitigating cybercrime is the lack of qualified and skilled professionals trained in cybersecurity.

What Does the CompTIA Security+ Course Involve?

The curriculum for this free online course involves the study of various areas of network security that are necessary to combat the high number of security threats currently being seen worldwide. You will learn the fundamentals of cloud security, security protocols, system security, encryption, and network infrastructure. The education you receive in this course provides you with all the information and tools that you need to successfully complete the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. There are no prerequisites for this course, but it is suggested that you complete Network+ training and the exam first to be successful in this course. CompTIA Security+ has 9 hrs., 35 mins. of total clock time.

Who Should Take the CompTIA Security+ Training Course?

Cybrary's online course is designed for security consultants, network administrators, security engineers, and security analysts, as well as anyone who wants to begin a career in cybersecurity.

What are the Benefits of the CompTIA Security+ Certification?

The services of cyber security experts are in demand. When you receive CompTIA Security+ certification, you will provide potential employers with a credential that is well-respected industry-wide. The certification ensures employers that you have mastered the latest cybersecurity concepts and skills and that your knowledge is more than sufficient to protect data and prevent security breaches. Additionally, certification will help increase your earning potential in the cybersecurity industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, security administrators, specialists, and those in management typically earn over $86,000 annually.

What Jobs Will CompTIA Security+ Certification Prepare Me For?

In this day and age, nearly every business needs a team of cybersecurity professionals. Becoming certified in Security+ gives you access to many cybersecurity positions. Your skills may be used for roles such as network administrator, systems administrator, security administrator, security consultant, and security analyst, as well as various entry-level IT cybersecurity jobs like junior IT auditor and penetration tester. Certification will also allow you to compete in the pool of government, military, and military contracting jobs. These positions require that all IT professionals have certifications that comply with Department of Defense (DoD) directives. CompTIA Security+ certification meets those directives.

What Does the CompTIA Security+ Certification Entail?

Completing the test for Security+ certification certifies that you have the skills and knowledge that are required to install and configure systems that secure networks, applications, and mobile devices; take part in risk mitigation activities; perform and respond to threat analysis; and work with knowledge of all applicable laws, policies, and regulations. You may take the exam for SY0-401, or the updated SY0-501, which is more in depth and covers four new objectives. The exam consists of 90 multiple-choice and performance-based questions, of which you have 90 minutes to complete. In order to successfully pass the exam, you must score at least 750 out of 900. The exam costs $330. With an exam voucher from Cybrary, you will receive the discounted rate of $296. Your certification will be valid for three years. Contact CompTIA for more information on this and other certifications.

What Kind of Exam Questions Should I Be Prepared for?

The CompTIA Security+ certification exam includes questions based on performance – more in-depth than typical multiple-choice problems. This ensures that you are able to troubleshoot quickly and accurately. Application of your knowledge and experience is part of the testing, which will demonstrate that you have more than just an academic understanding of the needs of the job. It's estimated that about one-third of your exam time will be spent on performance-based questions.

PLEASE NOTE: There is a simple mistake made in this video course. The instructor says that ifconfig is for Windows and ipconfig is for Linux. That is not the case. It is, in fact, the opposite.