CompTIA Security+ Certification!

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The CompTIA Security+ certification is an vendor-neutral Information Technology certification that demonstrates competency in:

  • Network Security
  • Compliance and operational security
  • Threat and vulnerabilities
  • Application, data and host security
  • Access control and identity management
  • Cyptography

Why Should I obtain my CompTIA Security+ certification?

  • CompTIA Security+ certification proves your abilities to manage system security, network infrastructure, and organizational security.
  • Computer security risks are continuing to increase in all fields and pursuing a CompTIA Security+ certification would almost ensure a job in security for years to come.

What jobs will the CompTIA Security+ certification open me up to?

  • Security Architect
  • Security Engineer
  • Security Consultant/Specialist
  • Information Assurance Technician
  • Security Administrator

The average salary for someone with their CompTIA Security+ certification is $80,066.

Is there anymore information I could learn about the CompTIA Security+ certification?

The maximum number of questions on the CompTIA Security+ certification Exam is 100.  The questions are multiple choice and performance-based.

You have up to 90 minutes to take the Exam.

You need a passing score of 750 out of 900 in order to receive your CompTIA Security+ certification.

It is recommended that you already have your CompTIA Network+ certification and two years of experience in technical networking, with an emphasis on security.

If you would like more information on CompTIA Security+  Certification classes and exam, Feel free to give us a call at (813)387-3500 or check out our website at .

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