CompTIA Security+ Exam Study Guide

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Prepare Yourself to Take the CompTIA Security+ Exam


Prepping for an exam is difficult without the appropriate study tools to help you retain the information you learned in class. This free CompTIA Security+ study guide will fortify you with all of knowledge you’ll need to know in order to be successful on the certification exam. Use this free, interactive Security+ study guide at your convenience, and be well on your way to becoming a Security+ certified expert.

This free study guide is designed to help prepare you for the SY0-401 version of the exam. The Security+ certification is an ANSI accredited certification and is generally accepted globally as a mark of competence in the concepts surrounding cyber security and information assurance.

The Security+ exam consists of 90 questions and candidates have a maximum of 90 minutes to complete those questions. Candidates must score a minimum of 750, on a scale of 100-900. The exam also contains simulation of real security situations and network environments. It is a rigorous exam, and therefore, we recommend that in addition to completing the Security+ class on Cybrary, you spend a significant amount of time with this study guide, as well as with a full version Security+ textbook.

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