CompTIA Security Training Series – 3 Courses

Our CompTIA security training series includes 3 popular CompTIA security related courses. Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), CompTIA CySA+ (Cybersecurity Analyst+) CS0-002, and CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601).

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this course includes

44 Training Hours

179 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

34 Topics

446 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion



Information Security Roles Security Control and Framework Types


Explain Threat Actor Types, Attack Vectors, and Intelligence Sources


Organizational Security, Network Reconnaissance, General Vulnerability Types, Penetration Testing


Social Engineering, Indicators of Malware Attacks




Certificates and PKI




Identity and Accounts, Authorization, Personnel Polices


Network Design and Hardware (Part 1)


Network Hardware (Part 2)


Network Protocols


Endpoint Security


Mobile Devices


 Indicators of Attacks, Intro to Secure Coding, Scripting, Deployment and Automation


Secure Coding, Scripting, Deployment, Cloud and Virtualization


Privacy and Data Protection


Incident Response




Risk Management and Business Impact Analysis


Redundancy and Backup Strategies


Physical Security



Focus on security in this CompTIA security training series

This 3-course CompTIA security training focuses on the three core Security certifications provided by CompTIA. They are CompTIA Security+, CompTIA CySA+, and CCSP.


CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) Course Content

Module 1: Information Security Roles Security Control and Framework Types
Module 2: Explain Threat Actor Types, Attack Vectors, and Intelligence Sources
Module 3: Organizational Security, Network Reconnaissance, General Vulnerability Types, Penetration Testing
Module 4: Social Engineering, Indicators of Malware Attacks
Module 5: Cryptography
Module 6: Certificates and PKI
Module 7: Authentication
Module 8: Identity and Accounts, Authorization, Personnel Polices
Module 9: Network Design and Hardware (Part 1)
Module 10: Network Hardware (Part 2)
Module 11: Network Protocols
Module 12: Endpoint Security
Module 13: Mobile Devices
Module 14: Indicators of Attacks, Intro to Secure Coding, Scripting, Deployment and Automation
Module 15: Secure Coding, Scripting, Deployment, Cloud and Virtualization
Module 16: Privacy and Data Protection
Module 17: Incident Response
Module 18: Forensics
Module 19: Risk Management and Business Impact Analysis
Module 20: Redundancy and Backup Strategies
Module 21: Physical Security
Module 22: Afterword

CompTIA CySA+ (Cybersecurity Analyst+) CS0-002 Course Content

Module 1: Threat and Vulnerability Management
Module 2: Software and Systems Security
Module 3: Security Operations and Monitoring
Module 4: Incident Response
Module 5: Compliance and Assessment
Module 6: Afterword

Certified Cloud Security Professional - CCSP Course Content

Cloud Concepts, Architecture and Design
Legal, Risk and Compliance
Cloud Data Security
Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Security
Cloud Application Security
Cloud Security Operations

Why become a Cybersecurity Engineer?

Growing Demand for Cybersecurity Professionals

The field of cybersecurity is experiencing rapid growth, driven by the escalating number and complexity of cyber threats. Both public and private sectors are investing heavily in cybersecurity measures to protect sensitive information and secure critical infrastructure. This increased investment has created a substantial demand for cybersecurity professionals, and the job market is teeming with opportunities. By becoming a cybersecurity engineer, you position yourself at the forefront of a booming industry with a multitude of career prospects.

Lucrative Salaries and Career Advancement

Cybersecurity professionals are highly sought after, and as a result, they enjoy attractive salaries and excellent benefits. The specialized skills and expertise required in this field command a premium in the job market. Furthermore, as you gain experience and demonstrate your capabilities, the potential for career advancement becomes significant. Cybersecurity engineers can progress to leadership positions, such as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and take on strategic roles in shaping an organization's security posture.

Global Relevance and Job Security

Cybersecurity is a global concern affecting organizations of all sizes and industries worldwide. The need for cybersecurity professionals extends beyond borders, making it a globally relevant field. By becoming a cybersecurity engineer, you equip yourself with skills that are in demand not only locally but also internationally. Job security in the field of cybersecurity is robust, as the increasing threat landscape ensures a constant need for skilled professionals to protect against attacks and mitigate risks.

Continuous Learning and Growth

The field of UX/UI design is dynamic and ever-evolving. To stay competitive, designers need to keep learning and adapting to new technologies and design trends. This continuous learning keeps the work interesting and provides opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Opportunities for growth

As software testers gain experience and develop their skills, they can take on more challenging roles and responsibilities. This can lead to promotions and career advancement opportunities. Most Manual testers progress to QA automation, Software development, DevOps, or Cloud Engineering.

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Enrolling in this course proved career-defining, offering invaluable knowledge and a guaranteed internship. It set me on a path to success, delivering everything promised—free certification, ongoing learning, and the ability to pass my sec+ on the first try.

Solomon Awuku Cybersecurity Analyst, Tek Computers

Upon completing the class, I felt confident and prepared to embark on a career in cybersecurity. The skills and knowledge I acquired have already proven invaluable, as I find myself better equipped to tackle real-world challenges and contribute to the protection of digital assets.


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Your Questions, Answered

What exams does this course prepare me for?

This course prepares you for the SY0-601 exam, Security+ SY0-501 exam, and the CompTIA CySA+ (CS0-002) exam​.

Who are the instructors for this course?

The instructors for this course are Alan Grayson and John. Alan has a 90% average pass rate from those students he has taught and holds several CompTIA certifications. John is a Senior Technical Instructor at Ft. Gordon and has been an IT professional for over two decades.

What topics are covered in the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-601) course?

The course covers a variety of topics, including Information Security Roles Security Control, Threat Actor Types, Organizational Security, Network Reconnaissance, Social Engineering, Cryptography, Certificates and PKI, Authentication, Network Design and Hardware, Network Protocols, Endpoint Security, Mobile Devices, Secure Coding, Privacy and Data Protection, Incident Response, Forensics, Risk Management, and Physical Security among others.

What topics are covered in the CompTIA CySA+ (CS0-002) course?

The course includes modules on Threat and Vulnerability Management, with focus on understanding threat data and intelligence, vulnerability management activities, and implementation of controls to mitigate attacks and software vulnerabilities​.

How long is the CompTIA Security+ exam and how many questions does it include?

The CompTIA Security+ exam is 90 minutes long and includes a maximum of 90 questions.

What is the main focus of the CompTIA Security+ certification?

The Security+ certification exam focuses on assessing the baseline cybersecurity skills necessary for IT job roles. It covers the latest trends and techniques in risk management, risk mitigation, threat management, and intrusion detection.