CompTIA offers certification to evaluate Cyber Threats detecting skills

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The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is offering a certification to people who want to make a career in the industry of Cyber Security. CompTIA Cyber Security Analyst (CSA+) certification will be the first of its kind documentation which will help carry behavioral analytics to the vanguard of evaluating cyber threats.

The CSA+ certification presented by CompTIA will be offered as a validation of the knowledge and skills possessed by individuals who can configure, use detection tools related to cyber security and perform data analysis in order to identify vulnerabilities, threats and risks pertaining to cyber security in corporate environments.


In brief, the CSA+ certification of CompTIA certifies the knowledge and skills of an individual in the field of information security.

Thus, all those businesses who want to employee people with right skills in the field of cyber security can insist on the certification of CSA+ to evaluate the best candidate from the bunch who are applying for the job.

“Internet of Things is not only bringing sophisticated capabilities to homes and businesses, it is also opening up a billion vulnerabilities related to cyber security,” said Todd Thibodeaux, the CEO and President of CompTIA.

Mr. Todd added that CSA+ certification will help Organizations identify IT professionals who have the right skills to address the complexity and diversity of threats as they multiply in the cyber world.

Hence, CompTIA’s new certification will not only help to boost its portfolio of security credentials but will bridge the gap between CompTIA Security+ and the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner exam pathway.

Like how CompTIA Security+ certification helps in benchmarking the best practices of IT security, the new CSA+ certification will also help in focusing on skills associated with the use of threat detection tools, data analysis and the ability to identify threats and risks related to cyber security.

More details are available on the website of CompTIA.