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Anyone done Security Plus & Network Plus?

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Got a good chance of working with a company that pays well and was wondering if has anyone passed the Security & Network Plus courses?

I wouldn't say I'm a professional on those 2 topics but I know some basics. It looks difficult but not impossible.

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Yes.. been teaching courses for them for over a decade..


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Scotland
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Yes.. been teaching courses for them for over a decade..

Thanks for the reply Scott.

Are these 2 course's easy or difficult?

I'm looking into buying the 2 books to study and pass the course's. Is there also any other pointers or professional advice you can give?

Thanks

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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it all depends on your intellectual ability.. difficult for some, fairly easy to others.. there are a large number of brain dumps out there that can help you to know what to expect as well as resource such as testout. I use Labsim in a number of my courses... there are many other products availabale to help to train you in those areas... You really need more than just reading a book when it comes to these subjects...


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Italy
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Hi beppo,

I passed Network+ in december and Sec+ in April; If you're going to prepare for these exams I'd suggest you the following material:

a) Network+ = Todd Lammle's Network+ study guide (sybex 2009 edition)

Mike Meyer's Comptia Network+ all-in-one Exam guide

b) Security+ = Comptia Security+ Get certified get ahead by Darril Gibson (wait for the SYO-301 edition to be published)

In my preparation I also used video material from trainsignal.com. If you have some knowledge of networking already and you study hard on these books,you can be pretty sure you will pass it with a good score too. I personally found the sec+ the most difficult among all Comptia's exams cause I was a novice on the subject but I managed to get away with an 827/900 by only using Darril's book.

Good luck

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