CompTIA CASP +: Advanced Security Practitioner

The CompTIA CASP + exam ascertains the knowledge and abilities essential for designing, engineering, and conceptualizing secure solutions in complex corporate scenarios for Advanced Security Practitioner. This IT course necessitates utilizing critical thinking across a vast array of security disciplines to develop and put into practice solutions that fulfill enterprise needs while also managing risk.

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Without internship



this course includes

19 Training Hours

136 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

37 Topics

57 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


Underlying Security Models


Selecting Security






Virtual Computing




Remote Access Security


 Domain Name System


Directory Services


Firewall and VPN


Security Configuration Management


Network Infrastructure Security


Secure Web Services


Buffer Overflows

The CompTIA CASP + exam tests your technical knowledge capabilities to create, design, and engineer secure solutions in complex enterprise environments while maintaining business objectives and business continuity measures.

This involves utilizing critical analysis and decision-making skills across a selection of security disciplines with the intention of constructing appropriate solutions that reflect business requirements while reducing risk levels.The CASP+ certification stands apart from other credentials, as it is the only one to cover both security architecture and engineering. With a CompTIA CASP + qualification, technical leaders have the power to gauge an enterprise’s cyber readiness and set up suitable incident response tactics and solutions that will make sure they are ready for any upcoming attack. This makes CompTIA CASP+ an invaluable asset in today’s digital world.


Underlying Security Models

Course Guide
Underlying Security Models Part 1
Underlying Security Models Part 2
Underlying Security Models Part 3
Underlying Security Models Part 4
Underlying Security Models Part 5
Underlying Security Models Part 6
Underlying Security Models Part 7
General Security Part 1
General Security Part 2

Selecting Security

Selecting Security Products Part 1
Selecting Security Products Part 2
Selecting Security Products Part 3
Control Selection Process Part 1
Control Selection Process Part 2


Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 1
Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 2
Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 3
Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 4
Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 1
Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 2
Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 3
Cryptography Digital Signatures Part 1
Cryptography Digital Signatures Part 2
Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 1
Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 2
Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 3
Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 4


Storage Part 1
Storage Part 2
Storage Part 3
Storage Part 4

Virtual Computing

Virtual Computing
Cloud Computing Part 1
Cloud Computing Part 2
Cloud Computing Part 3
Cloud Computing Part 4
Cloud Computing Part 5


IPV6 Part 1
IPV6 Part 2

Remote Access Security

Remote Access Security Part 1
Remote Access Security Part 2

Domain Name System

Domain Name System Part 1
Domain Name System Part 2
Domain Name System Part 3
Domain Name System Part 4
Domain Name System Part 5
Domain Name System Part 6
Domain Name System Part 7
Domain Name System Part 8


Directory Services

Directory Services

Firewall and VPN

Firewall and VPN Part 1
Firewall and VPN Part 2
Firewall and VPN Part 3
Firewall and VPN Part 4
Firewall Policy Part 1
Firewall Policy Part 2
Firewall Policy Part 3
Firewall Policy Part 4

Security Configuration Management

Security Configuration Management Part 1
Security Configuration Management Part 2
Security Configuration Management Part 3

Network Infrastructure Security

Network Infrastructure Security Part 1
Network Infrastructure Security Part 2
Network Infrastructure Security Part 3
Network Infrastructure Security Part 4

Secure Web Services

Secure Web Services Part 1
Secure Web Services Part 2
OWASP top Ten Part 1
OWASP top Ten Part 2
OWASP top Ten Part 3
OWASP top Ten Part 4
OWASP top Ten Part 5

Buffer Overflows

Buffer Overflows Part 1
Buffer Overflows Part 2

SQL Injection

SQL Injection Part 1
SQL Injection Part 2

Access Control

Access Control Part 1
Access Control Part 2

Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On Part 1
Single Sign-On Part 2
Single Sign-On Part 3

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment Part 1
Risk Assessment Part 2

Testing and Assessment

Testing and Assessment Part 1
Testing and Assessment Part 2
Testing and Assessment Part 3

Common Vulnerability

Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 1
Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 2
Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 3
Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 4

Common Criteria

Common Criteria Part 1
Common Criteria Part 2
Common Criteria Part 3
Common Criteria Part 4
Common Criteria Part 5

Personally Identifiable Information

Personally Identifiable Information Part 1
Personally Identifiable Information Part 2

Risk Management

Risk Management Part 1
Risk Management Part 2
Risk Management Part 3


Frameworks Part 1
Frameworks Part 2
Frameworks Part 3
Frameworks Part 4

Interconnecting Systems

Interconnecting Systems Part 1
Interconnecting Systems Part 2

Security Services

Security Services Part 1
Security Services Part 2
Security Services Part 3
Security Services Part 4

Continuous Monitoring

Continuous Monitoring Part 1
Continuous Monitoring Part 2
Continuous Monitoring Part 3
Continuous Monitoring Part 4

Incident Handling

Incident Handling Part 1
Incident Handling Part 2
Incident Handling Part 3
Incident Handling Part 4

Forensic & Incident Response

Forensic and Incident Response Part 1
Forensic and Incident Response Part 2
Forensic and Incident Response Part 3

Requirements Processing

Requirements Processing Part 1
Requirements Processing Part 2
Requirements Processing Part 3

Standards Bodies

Standards Bodies

Secure System Life Cycle

Secure System Life Cycle Part 1
Secure System Life Cycle Part 2
Secure System Life Cycle Part 3



Mobile and BYOD

Mobile and BYOD Part 1
Mobile and BYOD Part 2

Voiceover IP

Voice over IP

Physical Facilities Assessment Process

Physical Facilities Assessment Process Part 1
Physical Facilities Assessment Process Part 2

Security Requirements Traceability Matrix

Security Requirements Traceability Matrix

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the CompTIA CASP+ course about?

The CompTIA CASP+ course aims to provide knowledge and skills necessary for designing, engineering, and conceptualizing secure solutions in complex corporate scenarios. This IT course requires the application of critical thinking across a wide range of security disciplines to create and implement solutions that meet enterprise requirements while managing risk.

What does the CompTIA CASP+ course include?

The course includes 19 hours of training, 136 videos, and 37 topics. It also provides 57 practice questions to help you prepare for the CompTIA CASP+ exam. The course topics cover a wide range of areas such as blockchain-cryptocurrency and mobile device encryption, cryptographic techniques, cybersecurity policies, risk management, and advanced threat management among others.

How much does the CompTIA CASP+ course cost?

The CompTIA CASP+ course is available an an affordable price. However, you can also access it as part of an All Access Monthly Subscription, which provides access to over 2,500 hours of on-demand content. The subscription comes with a 7-day free trial and can be canceled at any time

Why should I consider the CompTIA CASP+ certification?

The CompTIA CASP+ certification stands apart from other credentials as it is the only one to cover both security architecture and engineering. It can help technical leaders gauge an enterprise’s cyber readiness and establish appropriate incident response strategies and solutions. The certification is developed with ISO 17024 standards and is accepted by the US DoD to fulfill directive 8140/8570.01-M requirements, offering trustworthiness and assurance that regulators and government can rely on.

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