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Ethical Hacker Vs. Penetration Tester

Comparing Ethical Hackers to Penetration Testers

Ethical hackers and penetration testers both work in corporate settings, where they apply their knowledge of computing networks and systems security to prevent security breaches. Penetration testers may work as part of an IT team as they oversee all sides of network security. Ethical hackers use their hacking smarts to prevent the not-so-ethical hackers from attacking the system. Other similarities and differences are discussed below.

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[Infographic] CompTIA Certified Employees Are More Prepared

 

Everything You Need to Know About CompTIA's New CySA+ Exam

On October 21, 2020 CompTIA will be retiring the CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+ CS0-001) English language exam.

The NEW CySA+ (CS0-002) is currently available to learners exploring the Cybersecurity Analyst certification. Any vouchers that have been purchased for Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) CS0-001 and have not yet expired may still be used for the new CySA+ CS0-002 exam. Review the CS0-002 Exam Objectives here, or learn more about the new exam below.

Pre-Approved Training for CompTIA CEUs & Certification Renewal

There are 2 paths of pre-approved training courses to earn CompTIA CEUs: Other CompTIA training and non-CompTIA IT Industry Certifications. If you earned a CompTIA A+, Network+, or Security+ certification after January 1, 2011 your certification has an expiration date of three years. You will have three years from the date certified to pass the latest version of the exam or complete the CompTIA Continuing Education program to earn re-certification. Here are the details and simplest ways to complete the CompTIA Continuing Education program.

Infographic: Certified Employees are More Prepared to Support Their Organizations

There are more than half a million IT job openings in the United States alone. Organizations like yours are constantly faced with how to identify candidates that could be the right fit. But what about your current team? They have valuable industry and company knowledge, are their IT skills keeping up with your rapid changing needs?

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