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CompTIA Security+ Certification Study Guide

$69.95
July 1, 2009
978-1-59749-426-7
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ByIdo Dubrawsky, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft's Communication Sector North America, a division of the Mobile and Embedded Devices Group

CompTIA's Security+ certification is a globally-recognized, vendor neutral exam that has helped over 60,000 IT professionals reach further and higher in their careers. The current Security+ exam (SY0-201) focuses more on being able to deal with security issues rather than just identifying them.

The new exam covers six major topics: Systems Security, Network Infrastructure, Access Control, Assessments and Audits, Cryptography, and Organizational Security.

This third edition has been updated to follow and cover the new exam objectives. After reading this book not only will you be able to pass the exam but you will have a working knowledge of cryptography, security legislation, vulnerability assessments, logical access control methods, and much more.

Audience:
Security+ exam candidates both first-time and recertification

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November 27, 2012
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Rahul Kanwal
September 24, 2013
I am a network specialist at Border security Force i.e. BSF. Currently government is doing huge recruitment at BSF, basically these people will be involved in computer security and it is my responsibility to teach them. I was wondering if I can suggest them this security exam and book? Whats your opinion about this, will it be beneficial for them or it will be too difficult to understand?

Rahul Kanwal
September 24, 2013
I am a network specialist at Border security Force i.e. BSF. Currently government is doing huge recruitment at BSF, basically these people will be involved in computer security and it is my responsibility to teach them. I was wondering if I can suggest them this security exam and book? Whats your opinion about this, will it be beneficial for them or it will be too difficult to understand?