As you look toward the New Year and where your career may take you, you might consider the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner Course (CASP) or the CISSP Course and by the way, the advanced security courses are Approved for VA Education Benefits.
CASP Jan 9 – Jan 31
CISSP Jan 10 – Feb 1
We also have day classes available!
Call HyperLearning at 757-495-0714 or email Kathleen Morelli to get registered for a class.
The CASP certification exam validates competency in enterprise security; risk management; incident response; research and analysis; integration of computing, communications and business disciplines; and technical integration of enterprise components.
CASP is included in U.S. Department of Defense Directive 8570.01-M, which provides guidance and procedures for the training, certification, and management of all government employees who conduct information assurance functions in assigned duty positions.
CASP addresses the need for enterprise security skills in the following DoD job roles:
• IA Technical Level III
• IA Manager Level II
• IA Architect & Engineer Level I
• IA Architect & Engineer Level II
“The roll call of cyber-attacks continues to grow and more are surely on the way,” said Todd Thibodeaux, president and CEO, CompTIA. “To help combat the growing threat of malware, individual hackers and organized hacking groups, we’ve updated the CASP exam to address the latest threats and to better explore the troubleshooting processes security professionals rely on to keep data, devices and networks secure.”
CASP is a mastery level exam that validates advanced competency and skill in IT security. The new exam (CAS-002) addresses the latest enterprise-level cybersecurity threats.
“Each hack is unique,” noted James Stanger, senior director, product development, CompTIA. ”It takes technical knowledge and creativity to combat these threats. These advanced skills are assessed in the CASP exam.”
“CASP is more hands-on, technical and task oriented than other comparable advanced security certifications,” Stanger explained. “While they explain the ‘why’, CASP covers the ‘how.’”
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