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A new version of the popular CompTIA Security+ certification is out, and the content it covers has expanded significantly over the past three years. The six domains the exam covers remain the same, but four new sections were added to deal with cloud computing, incident response, mobile devices and network-enabled devices that could accidentally become part of your network. Two more new sections increase coverage of physical security and application of the “CIA triad” (confidentiality, integrity and availability).
In addition to these six new sections, dozens of other changes were made to existing sections to cover evolving malware, business continuity, big data, secure file transfer and other issues. The new SY0-401 “Certification Exam Objectives” document (which replaces 2010’s SY0-301 of the same name) also adds dozens of terms to its glossary and adds new but incomplete advice on suggested classroom equipment.
The domains coverage in the updated CompTIA exam barely changed from SY0-301 to SY0-401. None of the six categories’ “percentage of examination” changed by more than three percent. If there was a biggest winner (up 2% to 15%), it was “5.0 Access Control and Identity Management”. “6.0 Cryptography” (now 12%) also gained a percentage point. The three categories losing a percentage point were “1.0 Network Security” (now 20%), “4.0 Application, Data and Host Security” (now 15%) and “3.0 Threats and Vulnerabilities” (now 20%). “2.0 Compliance and Operational Security” (still 18%) was unchanged.