CompTIA Security+ SY0-401: Cryptographic Methods and Public Key Infrastructures
Security professionals with a minimum of two years experience in IT administration with a focus on security who have day-to-day technical information security experience and a broad knowledge of security concerns and implementations
Comptia Security+ is a vendor neutral security certification that tests foundation knowledge of security skills in a computer environment. This course examines how cryptography is used to secure information, the algorithms that are employed, and how public key infrastructures and digital signatures are used to secure information. This is the eighth course of the security+ SYO-401 certification training path.
- define common cryptographic terms
- recognize the features of different types of symmetric algorithms
- recognize examples of asymmetric algorithms
- recognize how to use cryptographic methods to secure a network
- use cryptography to secure information on a network