CompTIA Security+ SY0-201 Practice Questions Exam Cram [Secure eReader]
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eBook by Diane Barrett
eBook Category: Education
This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version.
800+ up-to-the-minute CompTIA Security+ practice questions: outstanding preparation for mastering every Security+ exam objective
The perfect complement to every CompTIA Security+ study resource Provides all questions on both the book and CD, with detailed explanations of all correct and incorrect answers Includes the popular Exam Cram last-minute "Cram Sheet" Covers system and network security, access control, assessment and auditing, cryptography, organizational security, and more
Even in challenging times, the field of information security continues to expand. To gain a foothold in this growing field, more than 60,000 people have earned CompTIA's Security+ certification - and thousands more take the Security+ exam every month. CompTIA Security+ Practice Questions Exam Cram offers all the realistic exam practice you'll need to systematically prepare, identify and fix areas of weakness - and pass your exam the first time. This book and CD package complements any Security+ study plan with more than 800 practice test questions - all supported with complete explanations of every correct and incorrect answer. The questions cover every Security+ exam objective, including systems security, network infrastructure, access control, security assessment and auditing, cryptography, and organizational security. The book contains relevant Exam Notes designed to help you earn higher scores - plus the popular Cram Sheet tearcard for last-minute cramming. All 800 questions and explanations are also provided on the accompanying CD-ROM, where they are delivered by a powerful, flexible test engine that offers instant feedback and helps you pinpoint the areas you need to focus on.
eBook Publisher: Pearson Education/Pearson Certification
Fictionwise Release Date: March 2011