Tuesday, April 23, 2019

CompTIA CySA+TM Practice Tests

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CompTIA CySA+ (Cybersecurity Analyst) Practice Tests is a companion volume to the CompTIA CySA+ (Cybersecurity Analyst) Study Guide (Wiley, 2017, Chapple/Seidl). If you’re looking to test your knowledge before you take the CySA+ exam, this book will help you by providing a combination of 1,000 questions that cover the CySA+ domains and easy-to-understand explanations of both right and wrong answers.

If you’re just starting to prepare for the CySA+ exam, we highly recommend that you use the Cybersecurity Analyst+ (CySA+) Study Guide to help you learn about each of the domains covered by the CySA+ exam. Once you’re ready to test your knowledge, use this book to help find places where you may need to study more or to practice for the exam itself.

Since this is a companion to the CySA+ Study Guide, this book is designed to be similar to taking the CySA+ exam. It contains multipart scenarios as well as standard multiplechoice questions similar to those you may encounter in the certification exam itself. The book itself is broken up into 6 chapters: 4 domain-centric chapters with more than 200 questions about each domain, and 2 chapters that contain 85-question practice tests to simulate taking the exam itself.

Chapter 1: Domain 1: Threat Management
Chapter 2: Domain 2: Vulnerability Management
Chapter 3: Domain 3: Cyber Incident Response
Chapter 4: Domain 4: Security Architecture and Tool Sets
Chapter 5: Practice Exam 1
Chapter 6: Practice Exam 2
Appendix Answers to Review Questions

Author Details
"Mike Chapple", PhD, CISSP, is an author of the best-selling CySA+ Study Guide and CISSP (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide, now in its eighth edition.

"David Seidl" is the senior director for Campus Technology Services at the University of Notre Dame and is responsible for central platform and operating system support, virtualization, database administration and services, identity and access management, application services, enterprise content and document management, lab and lectern computing, digital signage, and academic printing. Prior to his current role, he was Notre Dame’s director of information security.

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