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CompTIA Mini-Bootcamp: Securing Information in Today's Technology: The Data Skills Security Pros Should Know

  • Room: Tapa Ballroom I (Tapa Conf Center 2nd Floor)
Tuesday, April 12, 2022: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM


Speaker (confirmed)
Thomasina Hammond
Senior Marketing Manager
Speaker (confirmed)
James A. Stanger, Ph.D.
Chief Technology Evangelist


Approved for 2 CompTIA CEUs: A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, and CASP+

Separate registration (no cost) requested - CLICK HERE to sign up

For decades, now, we have seen data analytics become a core skill for IT and security professionals, in addition to non-IT workers. Almost thirty years ago, database and web analytics became hot job roles. Over the last ten years, security analysts have applied data principles to address security, privacy, and governance concerns. The trend continues: Data analytics is not just a niche skill; it has become a mainstream skill for all IT workers, including the security workforce. More job roles are required to create context, better communicate vital business intelligence, and implement essential security architectures.

At AFCEA's TechNet Indo-Pacific, CompTIA will conduct a two-hour mini bootcamp focused on data and the security workforce. As part of that effort, Dr. James Stanger has assembled a group of authorities to discuss the data skills that are essential to today’s working professionals. We will discuss the following topics, as they relate to IT professionals, security professionals, and even those outside of IT:

  • Data collection methods all IT professionals should know
  • Mining data to identify trends
  • The importance of data skills on security-related job roles
  • Data visualization and reporting skills
  • Analyzing complex datasets while adhering to governance and quality standards throughout the entire data life cycle
  • The importance of understanding data to security and privacy efforts
  • The role of data tagging in creating zero trust architectures


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Approved for 2 CompTIA CEUs: A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, and CASP+