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Security+ Certification Part 2

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00: Course Introduction 6
01: Security+ Certification Roadmap 7
02: Secure Messaging 36
03: Web Vulnerabilities and Attacks 32
04: SSL/TLS 27
05: Directory Services 18
06: File Transfer Security 21
07: Wireless Standards 23
08: Wireless Application Protocol 32
09: Network Infrastructure Security 33
10: More Network Infrastructure Security 27
11: Data Transmission Security 26
12: Storage Media Security 25
13: Course Summary 6
Course Survey
Total: 5 hours 19 minutes

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In Part 2 of this Security+ Certification online training series we begin with secure messaging and web vulnerabilities. This sets the foundation for us to move into SSL/TLS, directory services and file transfer security. We then take a look at wireless and network security and finish the course by gaining an understanding of data transmission and storage media security.


  • Knowledge of networking concepts
  • Familiarity with corporate security


As a result of taking this Security+ course, you will be able to:

  • Evaluate a customer's needs
  • Select the proper security measures
  • Assemble the proper security solution
  • Maintain hardware and operating systems
  • Perform risk assessments

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  • Knowledge of networking concepts
  • Familiarity with corporate security

Security+ Certification Part 2 Outline

Module 00: Security+ Certification Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Security+ Certification Roadmap

  • What is Security+ Certification?
  • How does this course fit in?
  • What are the requirements to become certified?
  • Helpful hints to prepare for certification

Module 02: Secure Messaging

  • Security messaging concepts
  • Security messaging principles

Module 03: Web Vulnerabilities and Attacks

  • Web vulnerabilities
  • Web tools

Module 04: SSL/TLS

  • Exploring SSL and TLS
  • Technology and security

Module 05: Directory Services

  • The role of directory services
  • Attack types

Module 06: File Transfer Security

  • Securing file transfers
  • Threats

Module 07: Wireless Standards

  • Wireless standards

Module 08: Wireless Application Protocol

  • WAP protocol
  • Wireless security

Module 09: Network Infrastructure Security

  • Exploration of basic attacks
  • How attacks work

Module 10: More Network Infrastructure Security

  • Exploration of basic attacks
  • How attacks work

Module 11: Data Transmission Security

  • Exploration of basic attacks
  • How attacks work

Module 12: Storage Media Security

  • Security practices
  • Data and physical security

Module 13: Security+ Certification Part 2 Online Training - Course Summary




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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • CompTIA Security + Certification

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Security+ Certification Part 2 is part of a five-course online training series that helps you prepare for CompTIA's Security+ exams and were written for exams SY0-201 and JK0-015.

The latest version of CompTIA Security+ is the 2008 Edition with exams SY0-301, JK0-018. Download a comparison on the differences between the exams and the additional resource list. When you pass both exams, you have achieved Security+ certification.

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