CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) certification is an expert-level, vendor-neutral security credential designed to ensure the advanced-level security knowledge and skills in business security and risk management of IT security professionals. The CompTIA CASP+ certification validates competency required to apply critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security principles to find and implement risk management.
CompTIA CASP+ CAS-003 certification exam domains:
Domain 1: Risk Management (19%)
Domain 2: Enterprise Security Architecture (25%)
Domain 3: Enterprise Security Operations (20%)
Domain 4: Technical Integration of Enterprise Security (23%)
Domain 5: Research, Development, and Collaboration (13%)
Here are the skills measured in the CompTIA CASP+ certification exam:
Designing and engineering secure IT solutions in an enterprise environment
Distinguishing and using the appropriate tools & methods to perform security assessments
Analyzing and managing the security risks associated with business decisions and strategies
Executing risk mitigation strategies and determining the minimum required security controls
Explaining the security implications of enterprise data storage and secure storage management
Integrating networks, infrastructures, hosts, applications, and storage into fully secure solutions
Distinguishing and using the appropriate cryptographic tools and techniques for any given scenario
Identifying and implementing different types of virtualized, distributed, and shared computing setups
The CompTIA CASP+ certification exam validates the technical knowledge and skills required to design, conceptualize, and engineer secure solutions across complex enterprise environments.
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Requirements for CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner Certification
A minimum of ten years of experience in IT administration, including at least five years of hands-on technical security experience.