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Preparation for
CySA+ (CSO-003 ) exam


Preparation for
CySA+ (CSO-003 ) exam


CompTIA lab exercises are an important component of many of their certification programs, providing learners with hands-on experience in a variety of tasks and scenarios. These lab exercises simulate real-world environments, enabling learners to develop practical skills and knowledge that can be applied in the workplace. It is important to note that the lab exercises are valid for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase, and learners must complete the exercises within this timeframe. By completing the CompTIA lab exercises, learners can gain a deeper understanding of the concepts and technologies covered in their certification program, which can help them to succeed in their careers in the field of information technology.

CySA+  (CSO-003 ) Labs

$̶̶2̶0̶9̶    $160

What you’ll learn

CompTIA CertMaster Labs for CySA+ (CS0-003) enable hands-on practice and skills development using real equipment and software accessed through a remote, browser-based lab environment. Aligned with Official CompTIA courseware and the CompTIA CySA+ (CS0-003) exam objectives, CertMaster Labs make it easy for learners to practice and apply their skills in real workplace scenarios in preparation for the certification exam. All lab activities include gradable assessments, offer feedback and hints, and provide a score based on learner inputs, ultimately guiding learners to the most correct and efficient path through job tasks and, in a classroom environment, providing instructors with meaningful insight into student performance.

There are two types of labs in the course:

Assisted Labs 

guide the learner step-by-step through tasks, offering assessment and feedback throughout a 10-15 minute experience, allowing the learner to correct any misunderstandings as they proceed through the activity.

Applied Labs 

present a series of goal-oriented scenarios in a 20-30 minute experience covering multiple topics, scoring the student at the end of the activity based on their ability to successfully complete each scenario. As a result, learners are forced to think critically about how to approach problems without a prescribed set of steps.

Labs Available:

  • Assisted Lab: Exploring the Lab Environment

  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Controls

  • Assisted Lab: Reviewing IoC and Threat Intelligence Sources

  • Assisted Lab: Performing Threat Hunting

  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Centralized Logging

  • APPLIED LAB: Performing System Hardening

  • Assisted Lab: Assess Time Synch Errors

  • Assisted Lab: Configuring Automation

  • Assisted Lab: Performing Asset Discovery

  • Assisted Lab: Performing Vulnerability Scanning

  • Assisted Lab: Performing Passive Scanning

  • Assisted Lab: Establishing Context Awareness

  • Assisted Lab: Analyzing Vulnerability Reports

  • Assisted Lab: Detecting Legacy Systems

  • APPLIED LAB: Performing Post-Incident Forensic Analysis

  • APPLIED LAB: Performing IoC Detection and Analysis

  • ADAPTIVE LAB: Performing Playbook Incident Response

  • APPLIED LAB: Collecting Forensic Evidence

  • Assisted Lab: Performing Root Cause Analysis

  • APPLIED LAB: Using Network Sniffers

  • APPLIED LAB: Researching DNS and IP Reputation

  • Assisted Lab: Using File Analysis Techniques

  • Assisted Lab: Analyzing Potentially Malicious Files

  • Assisted Lab: Using Nontraditional Vulnerability Scanning Tools

  • APPLIED LAB: Performing Web Vulnerability Scanning

  • Assisted Lab: Exploiting Weak Cryptography

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting Directory Traversal and Command Injection

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting Privilege Escalation

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting XSS

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting LFI/RFI

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting SQLi

  • Assisted Lab: Performing and Detecting CSRF

  • APPLIED LAB: Detecting and Exploiting Security Misconfiguration

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