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    Default Study material for CSA+

    Im thinking about to take the cert in April/may, however it doesn't seem to find any study material available just yet, so i have to find materials elsewhere, anybody who can give any good tip? (perhaps to early)
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    I would wait a year to take this CSA+ exam & wait for v2 to come out. Seems to me that 1st edition exams always need improvements. Go after the CASP instead since you already have Sec+
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    I wouldn't wait for a version 2 of this exam to come out....that could be years.

    There are two cert guides due out in April/May. I reviewed some CEH material before I took the beta. Now, it didn't match the CSA subject matter exactly, but there was some crossover in the CEH objectives that helped in the pursuit of the certification. I mean Snort is Snort, Wireshark analysis is similar, etc. whether you are doing CEH or CSA. If you have taken Security+ that helps as well.


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    https://www.amazon.com/CompTIA-Cyber...eywords=CSA%2B
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    Im also thinking about taking the cert too. But from i hear. I will wait a little longer and see how it goes.
    Still too new. Just my 2 cent.
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    While studying for the CASP I took the CSA+ beta exam in Aug and I used a UDEMY class (Ethical Hacking from Scratch to Advanced Technique) as study material for the exam. There were many questions that I was able to answer due to what I learned in the class other information was crossover from things I read in the CASP book. If I were preparing for the exam now with time to study I would still do the UDEMY class, probably take some study materials from cybrary.it and by the time both of those were complete the study guide should be released.
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    GTSLearning seems to be the official partner for CompTIA certs. Never used before. Considering doing the CSA+. You can get the printed textbook plus I believe 1 year online (guessing lab) access for $140. Seems very reasonable and I'll spring for this if I decide on this cert. Wish there was more feedback/review on the course quality though.
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    I'm trying to see if I should consider the CSA+ certification rather than the CEH. Yes it is new, but after researching and learning what I can about the new exam and the fact that it has the same name as a common job title "cybersecurity analyst," I'm seeking advice. Only thing I've been able to find, other than what's posted here, is stuff provided on a blog post at Time to Tackle CompTIA’s CSA+ Certification (CS0-001) | Steve's Certification Site

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    Has anyone else pre-ordered the Wiley CSA+ book? Will be officially released on Monday and I am eagerly waiting for my pre-ordered book to show up later this week.
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    I pre-ordered and I'm looking forward to it too.
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    Has anyone found any excellent study material for the CSA+?

    I just received my Security+ today. I think the key for me to pass the Security+ was the book that I used by Darril Gibson. I had previously ordered a book by Mike Chapple and David Seidl for the CSA+, but just from reading the first chapter and doing the questions, I think the book possibly still needs some updates to it as some of the answers were conflicting.
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    Thanks! I will check it out!
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    Default What is the best study material for the CSA+???

    What is the best study material for the CSA+? I am new to security, and debating on which material to study.

    I bought the Wiley CSA+ book, but I ran across some information that was conflicting in the first chapter content and review questions. So I returned the book.

    I have ordered the Troy McMillan CSA+ book, but I am unsure if it is enough to properly prepare me for this exam.

    I am now looking into the GTS learning and Ucertify material on the CSA+.

    Can anyone tell me what material they used to pass this exam especially if they are a green horn with none to little security experience?

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