A new version of CompTIA’s Advanced Security Practitioner certification has hit the market.
The latest version addresses current risk and response scenarios associated with cyber warfare, hacking techniques and cloud migration. The certification was introduced in 2011 and was updated for the first time in 2015.
“What sets apart CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner from other security credentials is its reliance on performance-based questions and tasks associated with the job role,” said Patrick Lane, director, product management, for CompTIA. “These hands-on simulations validate the ability to solve problems in a real-world network environment, making it the ideal credential for cybersecurity practitioners who are immersed in risk management, as well as enterprise security architecture, integration and operation.”
There’s new content in the certification exam, including:
Reports on cyberattacks and cybersecurity continue to alarm organizations. In a 2018 study on global megatrends in cybersecurity, sponsored by Raytheon and conducted by the Ponemon Institute, 1,100 senior information technology practitioners weighed in on the state of the industry today and where it’s going over the next few years. Some insights:
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to show compliance with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17024 Standard. It is also approved by the U.S. Department of Defense for Directive 8140/8570.01-M.
The certification is recommended for IT professionals with at least five years of experience. The credential provides advanced knowledge and is another shingle for IT professionals, such as security architects, security engineers, application security engineers, technical lead analysts and information-security analysts to display when looking to advance in their careers.
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August 20 2018 @ 22:39:06 UTC