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.
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?
We’ve all heard the old adage that practice makes perfect. To some extent, it’s true. The more you practice anything, the better you’ll be at it. But, let’s face it – if you’re reading or studying about security threats, attacks and vulnerabilities, will it really help you when you’re faced with an actual attack? CompTIA Security+ emphasizes hands-on skills, as well as risk management.
Read on to learn about the six skills you will gain when you earn your CompTIA Security+ certification...
The Next Step in Your CompTIA Certification Journey
Following on the heels of a 2016 full of cybercrime and the recent incident with the Polish Financial Supervision Authority hack, CompTIA has launched a new certification with tenants meant to proactively protect organizations. The new CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+) certification is the first of its kind to bring behavioral analytics to the forefront of assessing cyber threats along with traditional methods. This newest certification to the CompTIA family is designed to bridge the skills gap between CompTIA Security+ and CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) exams.