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You might have tons of resources about security procedures and concepts, but these free study guides for the CompTIA Security+ test outline exactly what is covered on it. Feel free to consult them before you try our practice questions, or after to study the things you may need to practice.
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Sections of the CompTIA Security+
SY0-601 Architecture and Design
The field of architecture and design includes many sub-categories, and you’ll want to be sure not to neglect the study of any of them. Consult this study guide to see what you already know and to discover what you may have forgotten to study.
SY0-601 Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
The CompTIA Security+ questions relating to this area involve knowledge of the many types of threats to computer operations. You will need to know the signs of these threats, types of vulnerabilities, and the effects of many types of attacks.
SY0-601 Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Just the vast number of regulations relating to security practices is overwhelming and you’ll need to be conversant in all of them. Use this study guide to help make sure you don’t miss the review of anything important.
The implementation of a security system requires not only knowing terms and parts, but also knowing how they work in practice. Be sure to review all the concepts tested by consulting this study guide. Then, you can spend some more time reviewing those with which you may be less comfortable.
SY0-601 Operations and Incident Response
This test not only expects you to be knowledgeable about the working parts of a security system, but also to be able to apply that knowledge within the day-to-day working environment. Check out this study guide to make sure you cover everything that is assessed by the test in this area.
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