This course covers advanced cybersecurity practices and knowledge – you'll learn technical skills in security architecture as well as senior security engineering, whether in traditional, cloud or hybrid environments. This course doesn't just cover implementing secure network solutions across complex environments, it also covers balancing those solutions against governance, risk and compliance requirements.
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CompTIA CASP+ (CAS-004) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This is an advanced course in cybersecurity engineering, and so it's not recommended for people with less than five years of hands-on experience in IT security. You'll be better prepared if you have experience in cybersecurity administration, but it's also a good springboard for anyone trying to move their career in that direction.
Yes, this advanced cybersecurity course is specifically designed to help learners prepare for the CASP+ certification from CompTIA. Earning CASP+ requires passing CAS-004, CompTIA's cybersecurity exam that will test the knowledge and skills of cybersecurity engineers and architects with integrating complex solutions with enterprise-level requirements. This course is designed with CAS-004 in mind.
If you take this course and you breeze through it, you should aim for the CASP+ from CompTIA. But if you find yourself struggling with some of the more advanced topics of this course, you can always aim at less-intensive certs like CySA+ or PenTest+, then work your way up to CASP+ over time.
You should take this advanced cybersecurity course because CompTIA's certifications are vendor-agnostic, and the CASP+ is no different. That means this course and the certification are designed to make sure you're broadly competent with skills that matter in any setting, not just memorize facts and get stuck forever with one hardware or software provider.