Home > Blogs > #TuesdayTrivia April #1 Feeling Secure in Your Knowledge? CompTIA Security+ Special Offer

#TuesdayTrivia April #1 Feeling Secure in Your Knowledge? CompTIA Security+ Special Offer

By  Apr 2, 2012

Topics: CompTIA, Security+, Network+, A+, Server+

Security is one of the fastest-growing fields in IT. CompTIA offers a Security+ certification which not only ensures that candidates will apply knowledge of security concepts, tools, and procedures to react to security incidents, but also are anticipating risks and guarding against them.

In 2011, CompTIA released a new revision of the Security+ exam: SY0-301. To prepare candidates, Pearson IT Certification has authorized materials available. Written by expert David Prowse, the new CompTIA Security+ SYO-301 Authorized Certification Guide, 2nd Edition offers a comprehensive self-study tool complete with end-of-chapter case studies, hands-on video exercises, sample tests, quizzes and more!

About the exam - it’s recommended that candidates have CompTIA Network+ certification and two years of technical networking experience, with an emphasis on security. The exam has 100 questions and must be completed in a 90-minute time period, which leads us to today’s trivia question: What is a passing score for the CompTIA Security + exam?

Leave your answer below and share your experience if you have taken the exam. Tell your friends! We'll be announcing #TuesdayTrivia monthly via @pearsonitcert on Twitter. Stay tuned for more great prizes!

Answer correctly and three randomly selected winners will receive:

(1) eBook copy of CompTIA Security+ SYO-301 Authorized Certification Guide, 2nd Edition

Rules: Answer question by leaving a comment below (one per person, all duplicates will not be counted) by 12:01 am EST on April 6, 2012. Three winners will be randomly selected from all correct answers and notified by a comment from the Pearson IT Certification team on their post.

***SPECIAL OFFER FOR LIMITED TIME***

SAVE UP TO 50% and Enter to Win Exam Vouchers and More!

Want more? Find out why Security+ is right for you, especially since its remake in an article by Jeff Parker.