Mortal Combat with Cybersecurity Threats and New CompTIA Certification +

Every day, we view the world through Windows (everybody has their own: Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10), and exchange information. Our personal information, private files and resources of organizations can be vulnerable to attackers.
How can we save our data from hackers?
How can you secure the cyber environment?
These important and troubling questions were answered by CompTIA. Although it would seem that cybersecurity was a plot device for science fiction movies, cybersecurity is now a reality and a very important area in the IT sphere.
CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+), a cybersecurity certification, offers the opportunity to improve IT security overall.
CSA+ verifies the knowledge that is needed
Cybersecurity threats
Each year, hackers are constantly evolving. It is imperative that the IT industry always keeps up with attackers’ developments.
CompTIA CSA+ is able to give or improve these security analyst skills:
Configure and use threat detection software
Perform data analysis.
Interpret the results to identify weaknesses, threats, and risks for an organization.
If you are still not convinced about the importance of CSA+, or if there is still confusion as to why you need it, the following information will help you.
4 CSA+ superpowers:
1. Skills that are CSA+ certified are highly in-demand
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that there will be 37% overall growth between 2012-2022 for information security analysts.
2. CSA+ is internationally recognized
Accreditation by ISO/ANSI 1704
3. CSA+ offers substantial earnings potential
7th place – U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 list of the 100 most desirable technology jobs
According to BLS, the median annual salary for an information security analyst is $90,120
4. CSA+ is industry-supported
Another unique feature of this certification is that CSA+ will allow you to bridge the skills gap between CompTIA Security+ (CASP) and CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioners (CISP). IT professionals can use CSA+ to demonstrate their proficiency in cybersecurity skills at the 5–10 year experience level.
What about now? Did you believe that CSA+ was a great way for professional success? Yes, I see, you were. To get your CSA+ certification, you only need to do one thing. This is the time to pass the CS0-001 test.
The test has 85 questions and takes 165 minutes.
Minimum of 3-4 Years of hands-on experience in information security
It is important that you remember that the CSA+ certification lasts for three years.
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To grow your career in the CompTIA recommended cybersecurity career path, you can earn the CSA+ certification.