Earn your CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) certification with our IT Cyber Security Professional Analyst program. Learn new skills and knowledge pertaining to computer training with an emphasis centered around Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) comprehension and utilization.
Successfully transitioning a new entry-level student learner within the program, beginning with little or no knowledge of the subject matter, to transitioning competent/moderate skills and understanding of the materials to be proficient and professional within the area of focus is the goal of the program.
What comes with the Program
A student who successfully completes the program will have gained and access to the following:
The IT Cyber Security Professional Analyst course/program covers specific metrics pertaining to understanding and validating skills pertaining to the development of Information Technology Cyber Security training. Skills gained through this program will lead to knowledge comprehension of subject matter, earning a competitive advantage in the job marketplace.
Objectives and concepts covered: Introduction, The Importance of Threat Data and Intelligence, Utilizing Threat Intelligence to Support Organizational Security, Vulnerability Management Activities, Analyzing Assessment Output, Threats and Vulnerabilities Associated with Specialized Technology, Threats and Vulnerabilities Associated with Operating in the Cloud, Implementing Controls to Mitigate Attacks and Software Vulnerabilities, Security Solutions for Infrastructure Management, Software Assurance Best Practices, Hardware Assurance Best Practices, Analyzing Data as Part of Security Monitoring Activities, Implementing Configuration Changes to Existing Controls to Improve Security, The Importance of Proactive Threat Hunting, Automation Concepts and Technologies, The Incident Response Process, Applying the Appropriate Incident Response Procedure, Analyzing Potential Indicators of Compromise, Utilizing Basic Digital Forensics Techniques, The Importance of Data Privacy and Protection, Applying Security Concepts in Support of Organizational Risk Mitigation, and The Importance of Frameworks, Policies, Procedures, and Controls.