CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) Certification Training

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) Certification Training

Level: Advanced
Course #: 2046

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Key Features of this CompTIA CASP+ Training:

CompTIA-approved CASP+ training program

After-course instructor coaching benefit 

You Will Learn How To:

Successfully prepare for the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) Certification Exam

Investigate enterprise storage requirements

Examine risk management security policies and procedures

Research potential threats and identify appropriate countermeasures Evaluate collaboration methodologies for security communications

Goals Live, Instructor-Led – Live, Online Training

Live, Online Training

Important CompTIA CASP+ Course Information

Requirements

CompTIA Security + Certification or equivalent experience

Ten years of IT administration experience, including at least five years of hands-on technical security experience

Exam Information

Successfully completing the exam covers all of the established job designations for the IAT-3, IAM-2, IASAE-1, and IASAE-2, as set forth in the DoD Directive 8570.01

Certification Information

To earn this certification, you must take and pass CompTIA exam CAS-002

You must earn 75 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) over a three-year period to maintain CASP+ certification

CompTIA CASP Course Outline

CASP+ Exam Overview

Examination and certification goals

The five domains of the exam

Learning techniques

Enterprise Security

Identifying security concerns in scenarios

Exploring cryptographic techniques

Advanced PKI concepts

Distinguishing between cryptographic concepts

Entropy

Confusion and diffusion

Chain of trust

Securing enterprise storage

Examining storage types and protocols

Secure storage management

Analyzing network security architectures

Designing secure networks

Employing virtual networking solutions

Troubleshooting security controls for hosts

Host security: trusted OS, end-point, host hardening

Vulnerabilities in co-mingling of hosts

Differentiating application vulnerabilities

Web application security

Application security concerns

Mitigating client-side vs. server-side processing

Risk Management and Incident Response

Interpreting business and industry influences and risks

Analyzing risk scenarios

Identifying the impact of de-perimeterization

Executing risk mitigation planning, strategies and control

Assessing the CIA aggregate scores

Making risk determination

Privacy policies and procedures

Developing policies to support business objectives

Safeguarding Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Conduct incident response and recovery procedures

Constructing a data inventory with e-discovery

Minimizing the severity of data breaches

Research, Analysis and Assessment

Determining industry trends impact to the enterprise

Performing ongoing research to support best practices

Researching security requirement for contracts

Appropriate security document usage

Request for Information (RFI)

Request for Quote (RFQ)

Request for Proposal (RFP)

Evaluating scenarios to determine how to secure the enterprise

Conducting cost benefit and security solution analysis

Reviewing effectiveness of existing security controls

Conducting an assessment and analyzing the results

Determining appropriate tools for data gathering

Identifying methods to perform assessments

Integrating Computing, Communications and Business Disciplines

Collaborating across diverse business units to achieve security goals

Communicating with stakeholders

Interpreting security requirements and providing guidance

Identifying secure communications goals

Selecting controls for secure communications

Utilizing unified collaboration tools

Mobile devices

Applying over the air technologies

Implementing security across technology life cycle

Selecting security controls

Developing Security Requirements Traceability Matrices

Technical Integration of Enterprise Components

Integrate devices into a secure enterprise architecture

Securing data following existing security standards

Applying technical deployment models

Integrating storage and applications into the enterprise

Integrating advanced authentication and authorization technologies

Implementing certificate-based and SSO authentication Applying federation solutions

CompTIA CASP+ Training FAQs

What is CompTIA CASP+ certification?

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner certification for technical professionals. This certification allows technical professionals to remain in technology as opposed to moving strictly to management. CASP+ is the only certification for practitioners that is hands-on, performance based at the advanced skill level.

How do I earn CompTIA CASP+ certification?

CompTIA Security + Certification or equivalent experience Ten years of IT administration experience, including at least five years of hands-on technical security experience.

How do I take the CASP+ exam (CAS-003)?

Use the voucher included with this course to take the exam.

How do I maintain my CompTIA CASP+ certification?

In order to maintain your certification — and to ensure that you are equipped with the latest skills and knowledge — you will need to earn CompTIA CEUs. Learning Tree is a CompTIA authorized partner and offers a number of approved training courses applicable to A+, Network+, Security+, CASP+, and CSA+ certifications.

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