ZACM-1013 Computer Support Specialist - CompTIA A
Prepare for the CompTIA A 220-1001 and 220-1002 certification exams with the CompTIA A course and lab. The lab provides a virtual environment for users to explore and learn. Interactive chapters comprehensively cover the CompTIA A certification exam objectives and provide expertise to work with mobile devices, networking technology, hardware, installing and configuring operating systems, expanded security, software troubleshooting, and more. The CompTIA A exam is a globally recognized industry standard for establishing an IT career. The CompTIA A Core Series 220-1001 exam and 220-1002 exam cover expanded content on growing IT support role including expanded baseline security topics. The certification provides a different approach to define competency in operational procedures including basic disaster prevention, recovery, and scripting basics; and a greater dependency on networking and device connectivity. Please Note: Our online courses are instructor-led virtual courses that require live interaction between our instructors and students on assigned days and activities.
Contact hours: 33
Not financial aid eligible.
ZACM-1016 Security Support Specialist - CompTIA Security
The CompTIA Security certification is an international, vendor-neutral credential ensuring foundation-level skills and knowledge in identifying risk, participating in risk mitigation activities and providing infrastructure, information, operational and application security. The CompTIA Security certification proves the recipient's ability to understand and explain the security functions of common network devices and technologies. Security certification exam objectives: Risk management (14%) Cryptography and PKI (12%) Technologies and tools (22%) Architecture and design (15%) Identity and access management (16%) Threats, attacks and vulnerabilities (21%) Key skills measured by the Security certification exam: Explaining the impacts and proper use of environmental controls Identifying security threats and performing risk mitigation activities Understanding applicable policies, laws and regulations of IT security Exemplifying the concepts of data confidentiality, integrity and availability Understanding and applying cryptography and public key infrastructure (PKI) Implementing and configuring a wireless network in a safe and secure manner Explaining the concepts of user authentication, authorization and access control Applying and implementing secure network administration principles and procedures Our online courses require live interaction between instructors and students on assigned days and for assigned activities.
Contact hours: 32
Not financial aid eligible.