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List of Best CompTIA security+ Training Adyar Chennai, CompTIA security+ Training Institutes Adyar Chennai, CompTIA security+ Certification training Adyar Chennai with address, Phone numbers, course fee, student reviews and training course learning at Adyar area in Chennai City. As of June 18, 2018, We have total of 12 CompTIA security+ training institutes in and around also near to Adyar in Chennai.

 

 

training institutes HB Services
Chennai - Adyar

 

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Address: 39/40,1st Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai-600020 google map of 5640

HB Educational Services located in Chennai offering diverse IT Education Courses, Corporate Training Programs and Distance Education Programs. Since its inception from 2010. HB Services provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes Eclipse
Chennai - Velachery

 

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Address: 2/189, 100 Feet Road, Velachery, Chennai-6000046 google map of 10928
Eclipse provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Velachery.
 
training institutes Proget Excellence
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: NO 6 SORRENTO BUILDING 4TH FLOOR, L B ROAD ADYAR, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600020
Proget Excellence provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes Blue Ocean Academy - Chennai
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: No.2A, 2nd floor, Gokul arcade, Eastern wing, No.2,Sardar Patel road, Adyar, Chennai - 600020 google map of 15509

Blue Ocean Academy - Chennai provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
 
training institutes CHAALLENGER INFO TECH
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: 220, NORTH MASI STREET, 2ND FLOOR, Adyar, Chennai-600020 google map of 8592
CHAALLENGER INFO TECH provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes V Tech IT Services
Chennai - Adyar

 

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Address: No: 4, Flat No:3D, Sai Kiran Apartments, First Main Road, Adyar, Chennai-600020 google map of 9159
V Tech IT Services provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes CKING ASIA
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: 2nd St, Venkatarathinam Nagar, Venkata Rathinam Nagar, Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 60002 google map of 6206
CKING ASIA provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes Thai Enterprises
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: No 122,Old No 72,L B Road, Adyar, Chennai-600020
Thai Enterprises provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes N.I.I.T. Computer Course
Chennai - Adyar
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N.I.I.T. Computer Course provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
 
training institutes DuraSoft
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: 4th St, Adyar, Chennai-600020
DuraSoft provides placement CompTIA security+ training in Adyar training classes at Adyar.
 
training institutes Digiterati
Chennai - Adyar
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Address: 85, 1st Main Rd, Adyar, Chennai-600020
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CompTIA security+ Placement training, Course fees, Trainer Profile in adyar

HB Services institute located at adyar in chennai offers 20 Day(s) of CompTIA security+ training course in Chennai with Basic Placement Support.

our trainers are Real time working professionals with more than 7+ years of experience and well qualified Till now more than 500 students has been executed by them.Trainers are well student friendly

1.1 Implement security configuration parameters on network devices and other technologies.
Firewalls
Routers
Switches
Load Balancers
Proxies
Web security gateways
VPN concentrators
NIDS and NIPS
Behavior based Signature based Anomaly based Heuristic
Protocol analyzers
Spam filter
UTM security appliances
� URL filter
� Content inspection
� Malware inspection
Web application firewall vs. network firewall
Application aware devices
� Firewalls
� IPS
� IDS
� Proxies

1.2 Given a scenario, use secure network administration principles.
Rule-based management
Firewall rules
VLAN management
Secure router configuration
Access control lists
Port Security
802.1x
Flood guards
Loop protection
Implicit deny
Network separation
Log analysis
Unified Threat Management

1.3 Explain network design elements and components.
DMZ
Subnetting
VLAN
NAT
Remote Access
Telephony
NAC
Virtualization
Cloud Computing
� Platform as a Service
� Software as a Service
� Infrastructure as a Service
� Private
� Public
� Hybrid
� Community
Layered security / Defense in depth

1.4 Given a scenario, implement common protocols and services.
Protocols
o IPSec o SNMP o SSH
o DNS o TLS o SSL
o TCP/IP
o FTPS
o HTTPS
o SCP
o ICMP
o IPv4
o IPv6
o iSCSI
o Fibre Channel
o FCoE
o FTP
o SFTP
o TFTP
o TELNET
o HTTP
o NetBIOS
Ports
21 22 25 53 80
110
139
143
443
3389
OSI relevance



1.5 Given a scenario, troubleshoot security issues related to wireless networking.
WPA
WPA2
WEP
EAP
PEAP
LEAP
MAC filter
Disable SSID broadcast
TKIP
CCMP
Antenna Placement
Power level controls
Captive portals
Antenna types
Site surveys
VPN (over open wireless)

2.0 Compliance and Operational Security


2.1 Explain the importance of risk related concepts.
Control types
� Technical
� Management
� Operational
False positives
False negatives
Importance of policies in reducing risk
� Privacy policy
� Acceptable use
� Security policy
� Mandatory vacations
� Job rotation
� Separation of duties
� Least privilege
Risk calculation
� Likelihood
� ALE
� Impact
� SLE
� ARO
� MTTR
� MTTF
� MTBF
Quantitative vs. qualitative
Vulnerabilities
Threat vectors
Probability / threat likelihood
Risk-avoidance, transference, acceptance, mitigation, deterrence
Risks associated with Cloud Computing and Virtualization
Recovery time objective and recovery point objective

2.2 Summarize the security implications of integrating systems and data with third parties.
On-boarding/off-boarding business partners
Social media networks and/or applications
Interoperability agreements
o SLA o BPA o MOU o ISA
Privacy considerations
Risk awareness
Unauthorized data sharing
Data ownership
Data backups
Follow security policy and procedures
Review agreement requirements to verify compliance and performance standards

2.3 Given a scenario, implement appropriate risk mitigation strategies.
Change management
Incident management
User rights and permissions reviews
Perform routine audits
Enforce policies and procedures to prevent data loss or theft
Enforce technology controls
o Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

2.4 Given a scenario, implement basic forensic procedures.
Order of volatility
Capture system image
Network traffic and logs
Capture video
Record time offset
Take hashes
Screenshots
Witnesses
Track man hours and expense
Chain of custody
Big Data analysis

2.5 Summarize common incident response procedures.
Preparation
Incident identification
Escalation and notification
Mitigation steps
Lessons learned
Reporting
Recovery/reconstitution procedures
First responder
Incident isolation
� Quarantine
� Device removal
Data breach
Damage and loss control

2.6 Explain the importance of security related awareness and training.
Security policy training and procedures
Role-based training
Personally identifiable information
Information classification
� High
� Medium
� Low
� Confidential
� Private
� Public
Data labeling, handling and disposal
Compliance with laws, best practices and standards
User habits
� Password behaviors
� Data handling
� Clean desk policies
� Prevent tailgating
� Personally owned devices
New threats and new security trends/alerts
� New viruses
� Phishing attacks
� Zero-day exploits
Use of social networking and P2P
Follow up and gather training metrics to validate compliance and security posture

2.7 Compare and contrast physical security and environmental controls.
Environmental controls
� HVAC
� Fire suppression
� EMI shielding
� Hot and cold aisles
� Environmental monitoring
� Temperature and humidity controls
Physical security
� Hardware locks
� Mantraps
� Video Surveillance
� Fencing
� Proximity readers
� Access list
� Proper lighting
� Signs
� Guards
� Barricades
� Biometrics
� Protected distribution (cabling)
� Alarms
� Motion detection
Control types
� Deterrent
� Preventive
� Detective
� Compensating
� Technical
� Administrative
2.8 Summarize risk management best practices.
Business continuity concepts
� Business impact analysis
� Identification of critical systems and components
� Removing single points of failure
� Business continuity planning and testing
� Risk assessment
� Continuity of operations
� Disaster recovery
� IT contingency planning
� Succession planning
� High availability
� Redundancy
� Tabletop exercises
Fault tolerance
� Hardware
� RAID
� Clustering
� Load balancing
� Servers
Disaster recovery concepts
� Backup plans/policies
� Backup execution/frequency
� Cold site
� Hot site
� Warm site

2.9 Given a scenario, select the appropriate control to meet the goals of security.
Confidentiality
� Encryption
� Access controls
� Steganography
Integrity
� Hashing
� Digital signatures
� Certificates
� Non-repudiation
Availability
� Redundancy
� Fault tolerance
� Patching
Safety
� Fencing Lighting Locks
� CCTV
� Escape plans
� Drills
� Escape routes
� Testing controls

3.0 Threats and Vulnerabilities


3.1 Explain types of malware.
Adware
Virus
Spyware
Trojan
Rootkits
Backdoors
Logic bomb
Botnets
Ransomware
Polymorphic malware
Armored virus

3.2 Summarize various types of attacks.
Man-in-the-middle
DDoS
DoS
Replay
Smurf attack
Spoofing
Spam
Phishing
Spim
Vishing
Spear phishing
Xmas attack
Pharming
Privilege escalation
Malicious insider threat
DNS poisoning and ARP poisoning
Transitive access
Client-side attacks
Password attacks
� Brute force
� Dictionary attacks
� Hybrid
� Birthday attacks
� Rainbow tables
Typo squatting/URL hijacking
Watering hole attack

3.3 Summarize social engineering attacks and the associated effectiveness with each attack.
Shoulder surfing
Dumpster diving
Tailgating
Impersonation
Hoaxes
Whaling
Vishing
Principles (reasons for effectiveness)
o Authority
o Intimidation
o Consensus/Social proof
o Scarcity
o Urgency
o Familiarity/liking
o Trust

3.4 Explain types of wireless attacks.
Rogue access points
Jamming/Interference
Evil twin
War driving
Bluejacking
Bluesnarfing
War chalking
IV attack
Packet sniffing
Near field communication
Replay attacks
WEP/WPA attacks
WPS attacks

3.5 Explain types of application attacks.
Cross-site scripting
SQL injection
LDAP injection
XML injection
Directory traversal/command injection
Buffer overflow
Integer overflow
Zero-day
Cookies and attachments
LSO (Locally Shared Objects)
Flash Cookies
Malicious add-ons
Session hijacking
Header manipulation
Arbitrary code execution / remote code execution

3.6 Analyze a scenario and select the appropriate type of mitigation and deterrent techniques.
Monitoring system logs
� Event logs
� Audit logs
� Security logs
� Access logs
Hardening
� Disabling unnecessary services
� Protecting management interfaces and applications
� Password protection
� Disabling unnecessary accounts
Network security
� MAC limiting and filtering
� 802.1x
� Disabling unused interfaces and unused application service ports
� Rogue machine detection
Security posture
� Initial baseline configuration
� Continuous security monitoring
� Remediation
Reporting
� Alarms
� Alerts
� Trends
Detection controls vs. prevention controls
� IDS vs. IPS
� Camera vs. guard

3.7 Given a scenario, use appropriate tools and techniques to discover security threats and vulnerabilities.
Interpret results of security assessment tools
Tools
� Protocol analyzer
� Vulnerability scanner
� Honeypots
� Honeynets
� Port scanner
� Passive vs. active tools
� Banner grabbing
Risk calculations
� Threat vs. likelihood
Assessment types
� Risk
� Threat
� Vulnerability
Assessment technique
� Baseline reporting
� Code review
� Determine attack surface
� Review architecture
� Review designs

3.8 Explain the proper use of penetration testing versus vulnerability scanning.
Penetration testing
� Verify a threat exists
� Bypass security controls
� Actively test security controls
� Exploiting vulnerabilities
Vulnerability scanning
� Passively testing security controls
� Identify vulnerability
� Identify lack of security controls
� Identify common misconfigurations
� Intrusive vs. non-intrusive
� Credentialed vs. non-credentialed
� False positive
Black box
White box
Gray box

4.0 Application, Data and Host Security


4.1 Explain the importance of application security controls and techniques.
Fuzzing
Secure coding concepts
� Error and exception handling
� Input validation
Cross-site scripting prevention
Cross-site Request Forgery (XSRF) prevention
Application configuration baseline (proper settings)
Application hardening
Application patch management
NoSQL databases vs. SQL databases
Server-side vs. Client-side validation

4.2 Summarize mobile security concepts and technologies.
Device security
� Full device encryption
� Remote wiping
� Lockout
� Screen-locks
� GPS
� Application control
� Storage segmentation
� Asset tracking
� Inventory control
� Mobile device management
� Device access control
� Removable storage
� Disabling unused features
Application security
� Key management
� Credential management
� Authentication
� Geo-tagging
� Encryption
� Application whitelisting
� Transitive trust/authentication
BYOD concerns
� Data ownership
� Support ownership
� Patch management
� Antivirus management
� Forensics
� Privacy
� On-boarding/off-boarding
� Adherence to corporate policies
� User acceptance
� Architecture/infrastructure considerations
� Legal concerns
� Acceptable use policy
� On-board camera/video
4.3 Given a scenario, select the appropriate solution to establish host security.
Operating system security and settings
OS hardening
Anti-malware
� Antivirus
� Anti-spam
� Anti-spyware
� Pop-up blockers
Patch management
White listing vs. black listing applications
Trusted OS
Host-based firewalls
Host-based intrusion detection
Hardware security
� Cable locks
� Safe
� Locking cabinets
Host software baselining
Virtualization
� Snapshots
� Patch compatibility
� Host availability/elasticity
� Security control testing
� Sandboxing

4.4 Implement the appropriate controls to ensure data security.
Cloud storage
SAN
Handling Big Data
Data encryption
� Full disk
� Database
� Individual files
� Removable media
� Mobile devices
Hardware based encryption devices
� TPM
� HSM
� USB encryption
� Hard drive
Data in-transit, Data at-rest, Data in-use
Permissions/ACL
Data policies
� Wiping
� Disposing
� Retention
� Storage

4.5 Compare and contrast alternative methods to mitigate security risks in static environments.
Environments
� SCADA
� Embedded (Printer, Smart TV, HVAC control)
� Android
� iOS
� Mainframe
� Game consoles
� In-vehicle computing systems
Methods
� Network segmentation
� Security layers
� Application firewalls
� Manual updates
� Firmware version control
� Wrappers
� Control redundancy and diversity

5.0 Access Control and Identity Management


5.1 Compare and contrast the function and purpose of authentication services.
RADIUS
TACACS+
Kerberos
LDAP
XTACACS
SAML
Secure LDAP

5.2 Given a scenario, select the appropriate authentication, authorization or access control.
Identification vs. authentication vs. authorization
Authorization
� Least privilege
� Separation of duties
� ACLs
� Mandatory access
� Discretionary access
� Rule-based access control
� Role-based access control
� Time of day restrictions
Authentication
� Tokens
� Common access card
� Smart card
� Multifactor authentication
� TOTP
� HOTP
� CHAP
� PAP
� Single sign-on
� Access control
� Implicit deny
� Trusted OS
Authentication factors
� Something you are
� Something you have
� Something you know
� Somewhere you are
� Something you do
Identification
� Biometrics
� Personal identification verification card
� Username
Federation
Transitive trust/authentication

5.3 Install and configure security controls when performing account management, based on best practices.
Mitigate issues associated with users with multiple account/roles and/or shared accounts
Account policy enforcement
� Credential management
� Group policy
� Password complexity
� Expiration
� Recovery
� Disablement
� Lockout
� Password history
� Password reuse
� Password length
� Generic account prohibition
Group based privileges
User assigned privileges
User access reviews
Continuous monitoring


6.0 Cryptography


6.1 Given a scenario, utilize general cryptography concepts.
� Symmetric vs. asymmetric
� Session keys
� In-band vs. out-of-band key exchange
� Fundamental differences and encryption methods
� Block vs. stream
� Transport encryption
� Non-repudiation
� Hashing
� Key escrow
� Steganography
� Digital signatures
� Use of proven technologies
� Elliptic curve and quantum cryptography
� Ephemeral key
� Perfect forward secrecy

6.2 Given a scenario, use appropriate cryptographic methods.
� WEP vs. WPA/WPA2 and preshared key
� MD5
� SHA
� RIPEMD
� AES
� DES
� 3DES
� HMAC
� RSA
� Diffie-Hellman
� RC4
� One-time pads
� NTLM
� NTLMv2
� Blowfish
� PGP/GPG
� TwoFish
� DHE
� ECDHE
� CHAP
� PAP
Comparative strengths and performance of algorithms
Use of algorithms/protocols with transport encryption
SSL
TLS
IPSec
SSH
HTTPS
Cipher suites
Strong vs. weak ciphers
Key stretching
PBKDF2
Bcrypt

6.3 Given a scenario, use appropriate PKI, certificate management and associated components.
Certificate authorities and digital certificates
o CA
o CRLs
o OCSP
o CSR
PKI
Recovery agent
Public key
Private key
Registration
Key escrow
Trust models

 

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CompTIA security+ course Content / syllabus at adyar, chennai.

We gathered most widely used CompTIA security+ course content used by training institutes in adyar,chennai. The CompTIA security+ course syllabus covers basic to advanced level and it may vary based on CompTIA security+ training classes offered in adyar.

 

It includes many learning sections as follows:
Lesson 1: Security Fundamentals
A: The Information Security Cycle
B: Information Security Controls
C: Authentication Methods
D: Cryptography Fundamentals
E: Security Policy Fundamentals

Lesson 2: Identifying Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
A: Social Engineering
B: Malware
C: Software-Based Threats
D: Network-Based Threats
E: Wireless Threats and Vulnerabilities
F: Physical Threats and Vulnerabilities

Lesson 3: Managing Data, Application, and Host Security
A: Manage Data Security
B: Manage Application Security
C: Manage Device and Host Security
D: Manage Mobile Security

Lesson 4: Implementing Network Security
A: Configure Security Parameters on Network Devices and Technologies
B: Network Design Elements and Components
C: Implement Networking Protocols and Services
D: Apply Secure Network Administration Principles
Topic E: Secure Wireless Traffic

Lesson 5: Implementing Access Control, Authentication, and Account Management
A: Access Control and Authentication Services
B: Implement Account Management Security Controls

Lesson 6: Managing Certificates
A: Install a CA Hierarchy
B: Enroll Certificates
C: Secure Network Traffic by Using Certificates
D: Renew Certificates
E: Back Up and Restore Certificates and Private Keys
F: Revoke Certificates

Lesson 7: Implementing Compliance and Operational Security
A: Physical Security
B: Legal Compliance
C: Security Awareness and Training
D: Integrate Systems and Data with Third Parties

Lesson 8: Risk Management
A: Risk Analysis
B: Implement Vulnerability Assessment Tools and Techniques
C: Scan for Vulnerabilities
D: Mitigation and Deterrent Techniques

Lesson 9: Troubleshooting and Managing Security Incidents
A: Respond to Security Incidents
B: Recover from a Security Incident

Lesson 10: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
A: Business Continuity
B: Plan for Disaster Recovery
C: Execute DRPs and Procedures

 

 

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