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CompTIA Integrated CertMaster Learn + Labs for CySA+ (CS0-003)

Become an invaluable member of your team and prove your skills for high-stakes cybersecurity analysis. CompTIA CySA+ gives you the confidence to lead proactive incident detection, prevention and response.

What is CertMaster Learn integrated with CertMaster Labs?

CertMaster Learn is a comprehensive eLearning experience that helps learners gain the knowledge and practical skills necessary to be successful on CompTIA certification exams, and in their IT career. A Learning Plan helps learners stay on track with your studies, while robust analytics bring awareness of strengths and weaknesses.

CertMaster Labs make it easy for learners to practice and apply their skills in real workplace scenarios in preparation for the certification exam. All lab activities use real equipment and software, offer feedback and hints, and provide a score based on learner inputs, ultimately guiding learners to the most correct and efficient path through job tasks.

CompTIA Integrated CertMaster Learn + Labs for CySA+ (CS0-003)

In the integrated experience, CertMaster Labs are integrated as Study Tasks within the CertMaster Learn Learning Plan, accessible through a single login and seamless workflow. Easy-to-use course management tools provide a comprehensive suite of instructor resources alongside a reporting dashboard, making course preparation and progress tracking simple and efficient.

Topics Covered

Lesson 1: Understanding Vulnerability Response, Handling, and Management

Lesson 2: Exploring Threat Intelligence and Threat Hunting Concepts

Lesson 3: Explaining Important System and Network Architecture Concepts

Lesson 4: Understanding Process Improvement in Security Operations

Lesson 5: Implementing Vulnerability Scanning Methods

Lesson 6: Performing Vulnerability Analysis

Lesson 7: Communicating Vulnerability Information

Lesson 8: Explaining Incident Response Activities

Lesson 9: Demonstrating Incident Response Communication

Lesson 10: Applying Tools to Identify Malicious Activity

Lesson 11: Analyzing Potentially Malicious Activity

Lesson 12: Understanding Application Vulnerability Assessment

Lesson 13: Exploring Scripting Tools and Analysis Concepts

Lesson 14: Understanding Application Security and Attack Mitigation Best Practices

Labs Available:

  • Assisted Lab: Exploring the Lab Environment
  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Controls
  • Assisted Lab: Reviewing IoC and Threat Intelligence Sources
  • Assisted Lab: Performing Threat Hunting
  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Centralized Logging
  • APPLIED LAB: Performing System Hardening
  • Assisted Lab: Assess Time Synch Errors
  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Automation
  • Assisted Lab: Performing Asset Discovery
  • Assisted Lab: Performing Vulnerability Scanning
  • Assisted Lab: Performing Passive Scanning
  • Assisted Lab: Establishing Context Awareness
  • Assisted Lab: Analyzing Vulnerability Reports
  • Assisted Lab: Detecting Legacy Systems
  • APPLIED LAB: Performing Post-Incident Forensic Analysis
  • APPLIED LAB: Performing IoC Detection and Analysis
  • ADAPTIVE LAB: Performing Playbook Incident Response
  • APPLIED LAB: Collecting Forensic Evidence
  • Assisted Lab: Performing Root Cause Analysis
  • APPLIED LAB: Using Network Sniffers
  • APPLIED LAB: Researching DNS and IP Reputation
  • Assisted Lab: Using File Analysis Techniques
  • Assisted Lab: Analyzing Potentially Malicious Files
  • Assisted Lab: Using Nontraditional Vulnerability Scanning Tools
  • APPLIED LAB: Performing Web Vulnerability Scanning
  • Assisted Lab: Exploiting Weak Cryptography
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting Directory Traversal and Command Injection
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting Privilege Escalation
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting XSS
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting LFI/RFI
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting SQLi
  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting CSRF
  • APPLIED LAB: Detecting and Exploiting Security Misconfiguration
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