[This post was originally published on 7/18/2014 and updated on 3/25/2019.] Here is the breakdown of what it takes to maintain your CompTIA Security+ certification. CompTIA requires Security+ certificate holders to submit 50 qualifying Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every three years to renew the certification. There are a number of ways you can go about […]
[This post was originally published on 9/17/2015 and updated on 3/13/2019.] All the long hours studying, taking practice tests, training, and whatever other stunts you pulled paid off, and now you have a CompTIA Network+ certification. The journey isn’t over yet. Don’t add the certification to your LinkedIn account, Resume or CV and call it […]
Phoenix TS adds CertNexus’ CFR Certification to Maryland, Virginia & Online Training Schedule. CyberSec First Responder (CFR) is the “blue team” certification for cybersecurity and validates a professional’s ability to: Assess information security risk in computing and networking environments Analyze the cybersecurity threat landscape Analyze post-attack techniques on computing and network environments Collect cybersecurity intelligence Analyze […]
[This post was originally published on 10/19/2015 and updated on 3/5/2019.] Students ask our Training Consultants this question often. The simple answer is yes. However, the answer depends on your intended specialty in cyber security. For managers, offensive and defensive cyber security professionals, the answer varies.
[This post was originally published on 12/10/2015 and last updated on 3/4/2019] There are numerous discussion boards out there all posing the same question: CCNA or Network+ – Which one should I get? Here is our breakdown of what each certification is, and why you would (or wouldn’t) want to pursue it. Why You Should […]