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Sometimes it’s just those tricky terms that can trip you up on test questions. Try using these free flashcards for the CompTIA Security+ exam and be sure you know them all. It’s a fun and different way to practice for the test.
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Sections of the CompTIA Security+
SY0-601 Architecture and Design
Architecture and design with regard to security in IT is all about things you can do and use to prevent cyber attacks. You’ll need to know many terms and be able to distiguish between them. Use these flashcards to enhance your understanding of this area of security.
SY0-601 Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
Before you can address a question about threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities that can affect your workplace, you’ll need to be conversant in the correct terminology. These flashcards will help to review some of the most important terms and concepts to know.
SY0-601 Governance, Risk, and Compliance
There are a number of regulations regarding security and you’ll need to be fluent in the terms used and be able to discuss them in the context of your operation. Use these flashcards to review some of the most important and most-used terms involved.
The questions about implementation on this test involve actions: things you can do to ward off cyber attacks. There is an abundance of terms involved with implementation and these flashcards will help you review some of the most important ones.
SY0-601 Operations and Incident Response
Questions involving operations and incident response deal with how you help your system function on a day-to-day basis, with procedures in place to deal with security incidents. Check out these flashcards to help review some of the most important terms you’ll need to know.
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