CySA+: Resources


Passing the CySA+ certification is no longer a difficult task if you prepare by using official and/or authentic study material. Official study material is guaranteed to meet CompTIA quality standards and thus receives the CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) seal. 

This material is created by various CompTIA training partners. They produce a portfolio of products including e-books, print books, videos, practice tests and e-learning environments. Whether a candidate studies at home or in a classroom environment, he or she would be advised to use CAQC training material to pass CySA+ exam with an elite score.

In this article, we’ll tell you about the CySA+’s best study guides and books, best practice exams, some online resources and a few dependable forums and discussion boards.

What are the best study guides to help prep for the CySA+ exam?

The following sections will take a deep dive into the best study guides and books to help candidates prepare for a CySA+ exam.

CompTIA CySA+ CS0-001 Certification Study Guide

CompTIA CySA+ CS0-001 Certification is the self-paced study guide. This book is clearly written and structured, flexible so the candidate can learn at any pace, and focused on candidates’ exam success. With this book, you’ll be able to learn the fundamental principles for using digital forensics tools, threat analysis tools and vulnerability analysis tools. This official guide covers all CySA+ objectives thoroughly and comprehensively.

According to CompTIA, having a CompTIA Security+ certification and CompTIA Network+ certification or having equivalent knowledge is an indispensable prerequisite to get the most out of the CompTIA CySA+ Study Guide. Before starting this course, CompTIA recommends having the following skills:

  • Having knowledge of basic network functions and terminologies, including routers, switches, Ethernet, OSI model and topologies
  • Understanding of network defenses and strategies
  • Comprehending network troubleshooting tools, core protocols (Read more...)

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