CompTIA: Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)

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The CASP exam covers the technical knowledge and skills required to conceptualize, design, and engineer secure solutions across complex enterprise environments. It involves applying critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security disciplines to propose and implement solutions that map to enterprise drivers, while managing risk.

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The CASP exam covers the technical knowledge and skills required to conceptualize, design, and engineer secure solutions across complex enterprise environments. It involves applying critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security disciplines to propose and implement solutions that map to enterprise drivers, while managing risk.

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Modules

Module one – Underlying Security Models

1.0 Course Guide
1.1 Underlying Security Models Part 1
1.2 Underlying Security Models Part 2
1.3 Underlying Security Models Part 3
1.4 Underlying Security Models Part 4
1.5 Underlying Security Models Part 5
1.6 Underlying Security Models Part 6
1.7 Underlying Security Models Part 7
1.8 General Security Part 1
1.9 General Security Part 2

Module Two – Selecting Security

2.0 Selecting Security Products Part 1
2.1 Selecting Security Products Part 2
2.2 Selecting Security Products Part 3
2.3 Control Selection Process Part 1
2.4 Control Selection Process Part 2

Module Three – Cryptography

3.0 Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 1
3.1 Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 2
3.2 Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 3
3.3 Cryptography Symmetric and Asymmetric Part 4
3.4 Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 1
3.5 Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 2
3.6 Cryptography Message Integrity Controls Part 3
3.7 Cryptography Digital Signatures Part 1
3.8 Cryptography Digital Signatures Part 2
3.9 Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 1
3.10 Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 2
3.11 Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 3
3.12 Cryptography PKI and PGP Part 4

Module Four – Storage

4.0 Storage Part 1
4.1 Storage Part 2
4.2 Storage Part 3
4.3 Storage Part 4

Module Five – Virtual Computing

5.0 Virtual Computing
5.1 Cloud Computing Part 1
5.2 Cloud Computing Part 2
5.3 Cloud Computing Part 3
5.4 Cloud Computing Part 4
5.5 Cloud Computing Part 5

Module Six – IPv6

6.0 IPV6 Part 1
6.1 IPV6 Part 2

Module Seven – Remote Access Security

7.0 Remote Access Security Part 1
7.1 Remote Access Security Part 2

Module Eight – Domain Name System

8.0 Domain Name System Part 1
8.1 Domain Name System Part 2
8.2 Domain Name System Part 3
8.3 Domain Name System Part 4
8.4 Domain Name System Part 5
8.5 Domain Name System Part 6
8.6 Domain Name System Part 7
8.7 Domain Name System Part 8

Module Nine – Directory Services

9.0 Directory Services

Module Ten – Firewall and VPN

10.0 Firewall and VPN Part 1
10.1 Firewall and VPN Part 2
10.2 Firewall and VPN Part 3
10.3 Firewall and VPN Part 4
10.4 Firewall Policy Part 1
10.5 Firewall Policy Part 2
10.6 Firewall Policy Part 3
10.7 Firewall Policy Part 4

Module Eleven – Security Configuration Management

11.0 Security Configuration Management Part 1
11.1 Security Configuration Management Part 2
11.2 Security Configuration Management Part 3

Module Twelve – Network Infrastructure Security

12.0 Network Infrastructure Security Part 1
12.1 Network Infrastructure Security Part 2
12.2 Network Infrastructure Security Part 3
12.3 Network Infrastructure Security Part 4

Module Thirteen – Secure Web Services

13.0 Secure Web Services Part 1
13.1 Secure Web Services Part 2
13.2 OWASP top Ten Part 1
13.3 OWASP top Ten Part 2
13.4 OWASP top Ten Part 3
13.5 OWASP top Ten Part 4
13.6 OWASP top Ten Part 5

Module Fourteen – Buffer Overflows

14.0 Buffer Overflows Part 1
14.1 Buffer Overflows Part 2

Module Fifteen – SQL Injection

15.0 SQL Injection Part 1
15.1 SQL Injection Part 2

Module Sixteen – Access Control

16.0 Access Control Part 1
16.1 Access Control Part 2

Module Seventeen: Single Sign-On

17.0 Single Sign-On Part 1
17.1 Single Sign-On Part 2
17.2 Single Sign-On Part 3

Module Eighteen: Risk Assessment

18.0 Risk Assessment Part 1
18.1 Risk Assessment Part 2

Module Nineteen: Testing and Assessment

19.0 Testing and Assessment Part 1
19.1 Testing and Assessment Part 2
19.2 Testing and Assessment Part 3

Module Twenty: Common Vulnerability

20.0 Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 1
20.1 Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 2
20.2 Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 3
20.3 Common Vulnerability Scoring System Part 4

Module Twenty One: Common Criteria

21.0 Common Criteria Part 1
21.1 Common Criteria Part 2
21.2 Common Criteria Part 3
21.3 Common Criteria Part 4
21.4 Common Criteria Part 5

Module Twenty Two: Personally Identifiable Information

22.0 Personally Identifiable Information Part 1
22.1 Personally Identifiable Information Part 2

Module Twenty Three: Risk Management

23.0 Risk Management Part 1
23.1 Risk Management Part 2
23.2 Risk Management Part 3

Module Twenty Four: Frameworks

24.0 Frameworks Part 1
24.1 Frameworks Part 2
24.2 Frameworks Part 3
24.3 Frameworks Part 4

Module Twenty Five: Interconnecting Systems

25.0 Interconnecting Systems Part 1
25.1 Interconnecting Systems Part 2

Module Twenty Six: Security Services

26.0 Security Services Part 1
26.1 Security Services Part 2
26.2 Security Services Part 3
26.3 Security Services Part 4

Module Twenty Seven: Continuous Monitoring

27.0 Continuous Monitoring Part 1
27.1 Continuous Monitoring Part 2
27.2 Continuous Monitoring Part 3
27.3 Continuous Monitoring Part 4

Module Twenty Eight: Incident Handling

28.0 Incident Handling Part 1
28.1 Incident Handling Part 2
28.2 Incident Handling Part 3
28.3 Incident Handling Part 4

Module Twenty nine: Forensic & Incident Response

29.0 Forensic and Incident Response Part 1
29.1 Forensic and Incident Response Part 2
29.2 Forensic and Incident Response Part 3

Module Thirty: Requirements Processing

30.0 Requirements Processing Part 1
30.1 Requirements Processing Part 2
30.2 Requirements Processing Part 3

Module Thirty One: Standards Bodies

31.0 Standards Bodies

Module Thirty Two: Secure System Life Cycle

32.0 Secure System Life Cycle Part 1
32.1 Secure System Life Cycle Part 2
32.2 Secure System Life Cycle Part 3

Module 33: Email

33.0 Email

Module 34: Mobile and BYOD

34.0 Mobile and BYOD Part 1
34.1 Mobile and BYOD Part 2

Module 35: Voiceover IP

35.0 Voice over IP

Module 36: Physical Facilities Assessment Process

36.0 Physical Facilities Assessment Process Part 1
36.1 Physical Facilities Assessment Process Part 2

Module 37: Security Requirements Traceability Matrix

37.0 Security Requirements Traceability Matrix

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)