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The Certified Information Systems Security Professional is an information security certification with extremely high standards. Less than 132,000 people worldwide had this certification at the end of 2018.
It has also been formally approved by the DOD and is globally recognized in the field of IT security.
It covers the following topics:
Security and Risk Management
Security Architecture and Engineering
Communication and Network Security
Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Security Assessment and Testing
Software Development Security
This a system engineer certification and tests the user’s knowledge on the following topics:
System Center (SCCM)
The A+ Certification demonstrates that the computer technician has the skill set needed to customize, install, maintain, and operate PCs.
In addition to these certifications, Right Hand also has strategic partnerships with some of the biggest names in the industry like Microsoft, Dell, Citrix, and Fortinet.
What could be more assuring than having these industry giants on your side?
As the name suggests, this certification is for Network Engineers. Everything from the installation and maintenance to troubleshooting of networks including the understanding of all related technologies is a part of the course.
This certification shows that the technician who has passed the Microsoft exam is capable of managing, migrating, deploying, planning, and assessing the technology, security, and compliance needs associated with Microsoft Office 365.
The CompTIA Security Plus SY0-501 course provides certifications in the following topics: