CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601)

Implementing, managing and maintaining IT security28 H 48 M

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  • Threats, Attacks, and Vulnerabilities
    • Overview
    • Social Engineering Techniques
    • Malware
    • Password Attacks - Types
    • Password Attacks - Tools
    • Application Attacks - Injections
    • Application Attacks - XSS and XSRF
    • Application Attacks - System Resources
    • Application Attacks - Replay Attacks
    • Network Attacks - DNS Attacks
    • Network Attacks - Layer 2 Attacks
    • Network Attacks - DoS and DDoS
    • Network Attacks - MiTM and MiTB
    • Network Attacks - Wireless
    • Vulnerabilities
    • Threat Intelligence - OSINT
    • Threat Intelligence - Threat Maps and Feeds
    • Threat Intelligence Vulnerability Databases Feed
    • Threat Actors and Vectors
  • Cryptography
    • Cryptography Concepts
    • Encryption and Steganography
    • Hashing
    • Secure Protocols
    • Symmetric vs. Asymmetric Encryption
    • PKI Concepts
    • Certificates
    • Keys
    • IPSec
  • Identity and Access Management
    • Authentication and Authorization
    • Authentication Methods
    • Additional Authentication Methods
    • Biometrics
    • Authentication Protocols - PAP and CHAP
    • Authentication Protocols - EAP and 802.1X
    • Authentication Protocols - RADIUS and TACACS
    • Authentication Protocols - Kerberos
    • Access Control Schemes
    • Account Management - Account Types
    • Account Management - Password Policies
    • Account Management - Account Policies
  • Implementing Security
    • Application Security
    • Physical Security
    • Wireless Security
    • Secure Data Destruction
    • Host Security - Endpoint Protection
    • Host Security - Hardening
    • Mobile Device Deployment
    • Mobile Device Management and Enforcement
    • Mobile Device Connections
    • Specialized Systems
    • Network Security - Segmentation
    • Network Security - VPNs
    • Network Security - Proxies and Load Balancing
    • Network Security - Port Security
    • Network Security - Firewalls
    • Network Security - NIDS and NIPS
  • Cloud and Virtualization
    • Virtualization
    • Cloud Concepts
    • Cloud Services
    • Cloud Models
    • Computing Types
    • Cloud Security Controls
  • Operational Resiliency
    • Hardware Redundancy
    • Site Redundancy
    • Non-persistence Concepts
    • Backup and Recovery
  • Operational Security and Incident Response
    • Network Reconnaissance and Discovery
    • Packet Capture and Replay
    • Vulnerability Scans
    • SIEM and SOAR Systems
    • Pentesting Techniques
    • Pentesting Exercise Types
    • Digital Forensics Concepts
    • Investigational Data Sources
    • Incident Response Process
    • Incident Response Plans
    • Attack Frameworks
  • Governance, Risk and Compliance
    • Security Controls
    • Regulations, Standards and Frameworks
    • Spotlight on General Data Protection Regulation
    • Organizational Security Policies - Personnel
    • Organizational Security Policies - 3rd Party Risk
    • Organizational Security Policies - Data
    • Organizational Security Policies - Other Areas
    • Risk Management Concepts - Vocabulary
    • Risk Management Concepts - Types & Strategies
    • Risk Management Concepts - Risk Analysis
    • Risk Management Concepts Business Impact Analysis
    • Privacy and Data Sensitivity - Breaches & Data Types
    • Privacy, Data Sensitivity - Privacy Enhancing Tech
    • Privacy, Data Sensitivity, Roles, Responsibilities
    • Privacy and Data Sensitivity - Other Areas


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

This series is focused on CompTIA’s Security+ certifications. Security+ is a vendor-neutral certification that is recognized worldwide as a benchmark for information system security best practices. The series is intended for aspiring IT security professionals entering into security. The series follows the CompTIA specified objectives for the SY0-601 exam

You're watching IP TV. Welcome to our security plus series here at IT pro TV. In this episode, we're just gonna kind of give you a bit of a hint of what's to come in this wonderful little series of hours. I really want to introduce myself. I'll be your host Daniel Lowery. Been in cybersecurity for a hot minute now, I have a few, industry certifications, including my surplus and pen test plus, both from comp Tia, hope to see you in those courses, as you get beyond this, in your career. Also been in there, like I said about 20 years, in just it in general, with the last few years have been focusing on security specifically. Now joining me to the left here is my main man was Brian Wessel, let you introduce yourself. >> Absolutely. My name is Wes Brian here and I'm excited for this course and the series that's coming up here. And I want to tell you a little bit about myself. I've been teaching comp, comp to courses now for about 10 years and hold various comp to certifications a plus net plus, cloud plus server plus what else we got sys a plus and the security plus that you're going to be endeavoring. And so very, very excited to dive into this course and help get you prepared for that SI 0601 exam. >> Now, Wes, I know that one of the things that the good folks watching they're probably wanting to know is what we're going to get out of this course. What do they expect to receive as a completing Person who completed this course. Sure. So the main thing that we you, hopefully you're here for is to get certified in the comp to security plus certification exam. And the current objectives that we are looking at here are the S y objectives. So if that's what you're looking for, you're looking to get certified in the latest Security plus certification objectives. You're in the right spot. Well, now that that's out of the way, let's talk a little bit about what they're going to see as far as goals and objectives and structure. Sure. So the you know, the main goal is to introduce you to the Foundational, organizational security concepts that you need to have a good conversation and be a part even at an entry level to hopefully our goal is an IT security team. Alright, so that's what we're going to be doing. We're going to be basically using the company objectives and we're going to Teach you those concepts as they map back to the objectives and we're going to do it from foundational all the way up to practical application of some of the concepts that we're going to look at. Now, when it comes to some of the structures here. One of the things that I would recommend is having a couple of additional study materials to help you along your way. And along your journey and one of them here is the CompTIA Security+ All-in-One Exam Guide. This is one that is a great thing to have and a great addition to your just your Your learning toolbox, if you will. Another one that I've been using for many, many years through different iterations of the exam is something known as exam cramp. We're not gonna follow these books to key to the letter, if you will, this is its own independent series, but these books here will help you out tremendously. So, If that's what you're looking forward to, we can't wait to see you in some of the episodes coming up. Yeah, great supplemental resources there, we'll still talk a little bit about the format of the exam what we expect to look at when it comes time to actually sit the test. Itself is short. So let's go ahead and let's go right to comp Tia here we're on comp tias website for the security plus now currently you're going to see that the older objectives series is kind of being sundown and what we're focusing on is the S y 0601 exam. You know, we talked about a little bit about what you know you're going to learn inside of this course. And you can see there's various things, things like attacks, threats, vulnerabilities architecture, design, implementation. Things like operations and incident response we'll talk about things like risk management if you will, governance, risk and compliance. Finally, leading up to the exam itself. Now you can see that this exam went live November 12, 2020. And you can see the Information that it's gonna validate here. There is some assume background knowledge, you have to have a pretty good foundation and basic computing environment such as like an A plus and network communications. It's gonna be important to back that information, so I recommend having some of those books because if you don't have that information under your belt they can help you to back the Fill some of that information that's required. In order to pass the exam. You can see that it's gonna be a maximum of 90 questions could be less. I've seen him sometimes less. I've seen him go right up to the 90 questions. They're gonna be multiple choice multiple answer where they tell you to select to select three, if you will, and performance based questions, such as things like drag and drops and simulations. The length of the test is going to be 90 minutes in a passing score of 750. And that's come to score range from 100 to 900. You can see the languages we're currently going to be in English here. But if you're from Japan and maybe speak Japanese, they also have that language there for you to understand that the price here that we're passing Pointing out is in US dollars converted to your local currency. Check for the available pricing wherever you are located regionally or internationally if you will, but it is going to be 370 US dollars to sit and take this exam. All right awesome stuff. I am super excited about the series because. I know Wes and I both have a big passion for security. If you're watching this, you probably do as well. And we're gonna have a great time. We're gonna learn a lot of really neat technologies and concepts that are gonna help build that knowledge base that we need as a security professional. So we do look forward to seeing you there. [MUSIC] Thank you for watching IT pro TV.