The best way to prepare for the CySA+ examination is to use a combination of resources. In this video, Mike Chapple provides recommendations to help you prepare for the test.
- [Instructor] The courses on this site contain all of the information that you'll need to pass the CompTIA Cyber Security Analyst + exam. I've worked with thousands of students over the years and helped them successfully pass the test. Along the way I found that different people learn in different ways and the best way to prepare for the exam is to use a diverse set of resources. In addition to these courses, there are three other study resources that I recommend to help you prepare for the exam. I've selected each of them with you in mind to help you learn the CySA+ material, prepare for the test, and pass the exam on your first try. First, my CySA+ study guide is designed to help you prepare for the exam. It covers the same material that I discuss in this course, and serves as an excellent reference as you prepare for the exam. I highly recommend having a copy by your side as you study. Second, my CySA+ practice test book offers over 1,000 practice questions that will test your knowledge and help you assess your readiness to take the exam. Finally, I also recommend that you visit my website, certmike.com, and sign up for my free CySA+ study group. I'll send you emails to help keep you on track for the exam, along with free practice tests, study tips, and other resources to get you ready for the test. If you visit certmike.com now and click the CySA+ link, you'll be able to sign up for the free study group and I'll send you an email with links to resources that will help you pass the exam.
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- Configuring vulnerability scans
- Reporting scan results
- Barriers to vulnerability remediation
- Analyzing scan reports
- Common server, endpoint, and network vulnerabilities
- Software security issues, such as SQL injection
- Access control vulnerabilities
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Creating a Vulnerability Management Program
2. Configuring and Executing Vulnerability Scans
3. Remediating Vulnerabilities
4. Analyzing Scan Results
5. Common Vulnerabilities
6. Software Security Issues
7. Specialized Technology Vulnerabilities
8. Access Control Vulnerabilities
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