CompTIA Certmaster Introduces New Course On Latest Cybersecurity Certification

“The frequency of cyber attacks is increasing and the impacts are more devastating, evidenced by the recent WannaCry ransomware attack,” said Thomas Reilly, vice president, CompTIA Learning.

“The challenge for organizations is to invest money, time and resources in the right areas,” Reilly continued. “There is no better investment than certifications such as CompTIA CSA+ and no better training method than CompTIA CertMaster.”

CertMaster for CSA+ maps directly to the objectives of the certification exam, covering topics such as threat management, vulnerability management, cyber-incident response, and security and architecture tool sets.

The CertMaster learning solution combines advanced brain science with powerful learning technology to help users master a curriculum quickly; recall information for the long term; and perform with confidence.

More than 55,000 people have purchased CertMaster courses; and 81 percent of CertMaster customers reported that they passed their certification exam.

“CompTIA CertMaster analyzes each individual’s knowledge and adapts to their unique needs, with personalized reviews and refresher tools, so it can adapt to their unique needs,” Reilly explained. “That helps to reduce study time and increase retention, leading to more success on your exam and in your career.”

CertMaster for CSA+ has earned the CompTIA Authorized Quality Control seal of approval from ProCert Labs, which means it is based on sound instructional design principles and covers all of the cybersecurity certification exam objectives.

CompTIA CSA+ was created based on industry-wide feedback and contributions from cybersecurity experts. It is designed to equip cybersecurity professionals Organizations with the advanced analytical skills that will help them to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities so that resources can be allocated where they are most needed before an intrusion happens.

CompTIA CSA+ is globally recognized and ISO/ANSI 17024 accredited.

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