Training & Certifications


The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) Certification is a vendor-neutral credential. The CASP exam is an internationally targeted validation of advanced-level security skills and knowledge. While there is no required prerequisite, the CASP certification is intended to follow CompTIA Security+ or equivalent experience and has a technical, “hands-on” focus at the enterprise level.

CASP meets the growing demand for advanced IT security in the enterprise. Recommended for IT professionals with at least 5 years of experience, CASP certifies critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security disciplines and requires candidates to implement clear solutions in complex environments.


At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  • Apply technical knowledge and skills of Advanced IT Security
  • Conceptualize, engineer, integrate and implement secure solutions across complex environments
  • Apply critical thinking and judgment across a broad spectrum of security disciplines
  • Propose and implement sustainable security solutions that map to organizational strategies
  • Translate business needs into security requirements
  • Analyzes risk impact
  • Respond to security incidents

The CASP Certification is aimed for Cyber Security / IS Professional, Information Security Analyst, Security Architect, IT Specialist INFOSEC, IT Specialist Cybersecurity.


This program is 5 days of intensive training class.


It is recommended for CASP candidates to have 10 years experience in IT administration including at least 5 years of hands-on technical security experience.


At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with 1 hour and 45 minutes of CASP Exam.


CASP Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from CompTIA.


  1. Cryptographic concepts and techniques
  2. Security implications associated with enterprise storage
  3. Network and security components, concepts and architectures
  4. Security controls for hosts
  5. Differentiate application vulnerabilities and select appropriate security controls
  1. Interpret business and industry influences and explain associated security risks
  2. Risk mitigation planning, strategies and controls
  3. Security, privacy policies and procedures based on organizational requirements
  4. Incident response and recovery procedures
  1. Apply research methods to determine industry trends and impact to the enterprise
  2. Analyze scenarios to secure the enterprise
  3. Conduct an assessment and analyze results
  1. Facilitate collaboration across diverse business units to achieve security goals
  2. Secure communications and collaboration solutions
  3. Security activities across the technology life cycle
  1. Integrate hosts, storage, networks and applications into a secure enterprise architecture
  2. Advanced authentication and authorization technologies to support enterprise objectives

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