Tag Archives: CompTIA

CompTIA Security+ An Approach Toward Physical Security

For many IT professionals, Security+ is their first exposure to planning facility security.   Comprehensive, layered security is always the best solution. With unlimited resources you can place cameras everywhere, key or card access systems at every door, signage throughout a facility, frequent training and user education, security guards, secured guest and public meeting areas, or … Continue reading CompTIA Security+ An Approach Toward Physical Security

CompTIA Series: A+ 900 Acronyms

The CompTIA certification series continues to evolve.  The entry level Strata exam has been displaced by CompTIA IT Fundamentals as entry level certification requirements increase in breadth and complexity. The CompTIA A+ 900 series objectives introduced in December 2015 include more than 350 industry acronyms with which the exam candidate must become familiar.  The exam utilizes … Continue reading CompTIA Series: A+ 900 Acronyms

CompTIA A+ 902: Troubleshooting Mobile Device Operating Systems

Now that we are delivering to the latest CompTIA A+ 220-902 exam objectives the course has dramatically expanded Operating System coverage. Exam objectives now include Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 as well as Linux, Mac OS X, and both the IOS and Android mobile operating platforms. For CompTIA A+ Certification, see our course outline. Although … Continue reading CompTIA A+ 902: Troubleshooting Mobile Device Operating Systems

CompTIA Series: Security Access Models

This blog provides clarifying information related to Security Access Models found on the CompTIA A+ Security+ exams.  Allow me to recap my goal with this series: Although CompTIA exams are heavily based upon the published exam objectives, CompTIA tends to expand target material by exposing candidates to potential content on their certification exams. Although such … Continue reading CompTIA Series: Security Access Models

Security+ SY0-301 versus SY0-401 and other questions

The SY0-401Security+ exam went live in April 2014, though you may still take the SYO-301 exam through December 31, 2014. In either event, the Security+ credential is now a Continuing Education certification such that you will want to update your knowledge and skill sets regardless of the exam version you initially pass. While teaching our … Continue reading Security+ SY0-301 versus SY0-401 and other questions