There is a 'high demand ' for Security professionals...

With the rise of 'Internet of Things' and the connected world we live in, sobrang taas ng demand for  'I.T security professionals' sa panahon natin ngayon.

Hundreds of thousands of local and international organizations are looking for I.T professionals who have skills in Cybersecurity, Network security, Cloud security and I.T security as a whole.

 Job opportunities are exponentially increasing. 

At ang maganda pa, you can get paid 'well'.

Security is one of the highly-paid domain in the field of information technology.

If you have the skills and knowledge(+ the character), there is a 'huge' opportunity waiting for you.

But the problem is...

There is a lack of talent and skilled individuals who are qualified for the jobs.

Lalo na dito sa Pilipinas.

Kakaunti pa ang mga skilled I.T security professionals at kulang na kulang kumpara sa dami ng opportunities na available right now. 

That's why if you're an aspiring I.T professional, having skills and certification related to I.T security is one of your best 'weapon'.

By acquiring the skills and certifications related to I.T security, you're getting closer to the 'golden opportunities' in the I.T industry today and in the years to come.

Additionally, you're far ahead sa ibang candidates who are NOT skilled enough and doesn't have certifications.

Now, you might be asking...

"Where do I start?"

Learn the fundamentals.

That's the best way to start.

By learning the basics and fundamentals of I.T security, makaka-build ka ng 'solid foundation' in your I.T career.

And by having a 'solid-rock foundation', hindi ka na mahihirapan to go up the ladder and move to the advance area of I.T security.

If you follow Tech Academy(or CCNA PH) from the start, you knew that this is one of our mantra.

"Learn the basics and fundamentals to build a solid-rock foundation in your chosen I.T career".

Now, you might be asking...

"Sir Billy, where do I start learning the fundamentals?"

In my opinion, the best way to learn the basics and fundamentals of I.T security is the Comptia Security+.

Why Comptia Security+ is the best way to start(especially for beginners)?

  • It covers a wide-array of fundamental topics in I.T security.

    From social engineering techniques, to other types of attacks to incident response and governance risk and compliance - they have it covered.

  • It is vendor-neutral.

    Meaning, the topics and technologies it covers are applicable and use not only to a specific vendor but to the whole I.T industry.

  • It is one of the most in-demand entry-level security certification

    Comptia Security+ is one of the well-known and respected entry-level certification for aspiring I.T security professionals - worldwide.

    International organizations recognized Comptia Security+ certified individuals have a strong foundation of I.T security.

    It's even approved by U.S Department of Defense as a baseline certification(DoD 8570).

Right now, the current exam curriculum for Comptia Security+ is the Comptia Security+ SY0-601.

It covers all the important aspects and concepts of security ranging from different areas.

The main chapters of the current Comptia Security+ SY0-601 are:

  1. Threats, Attacks and Vulnerabilities
  2. Architecture and Design
  3. Implementation
  4. Operations and Incident Response
  5. Governance, Risk and Compliance

Inside each chapter are sections that covers the fundamentals related to that technology.

Ok, now you agree that Comptia Security+ is the best stepping stone if you want to learn I.T security.

And you might have another question...

"Sir Billy, where do I start or get my Comptia Security+ training"?

To be completely honest, there are hundreds of available resources online na pwede mong pagsimulan at gamitin to start and kick-off your Comptia Security+ journey.

May mga free at paid.

From books, ebooks, videos, blogs and video courses.

If you're already enrolled and started studying, the best way is to continue and keep it going.

If you prefer free and other resources available online, please do so. Ang importante is you start and use feasible resources for you so you can move forward.


If you want a simple program and a course na taglish at himay-himay at specifically made for fellow Pinoy...

If you want a course na talagang designed for 0-knowledge and beginners...

And if you want my help to guide you through this journey...

I'd like to invite you to be part of Tech Academy's Comptia Security+ Beta v1 program.

Introducing Comptia Security+ Beta v1

In this course, you'll learn all the basics and fundamentals of I.T security and will help you prepare and pass your Comptia Security+ certification exam - all without information overload!

The course is in taglish at himay-himay kada topics. If you're part of my CCNA MasterClass, you know how it works.

We follow the official curriculum objective from Comptia to make sure everything is covered.

Now, you might be asking...

"Sir Billy, why it's called Beta v1?"

This course is on development stage, that's why we call it 'Beta v1'. As we move forward, new modules and lessons will be uploaded and release.

By enrolling on the beta version, you can start immediately and move forward. 

Plus, you'll get a HUGE discount compared to the full price kapag natapos at na-kumpleto na itong course.

You'll also get full and lifetime access dito sa course once you enrolled. 

Meaning, you'll have access to the content we have right now and all updates in the future.

Additionally, you'll get awesome bonuses included in this course. 

Plus, other resources that will help your security+ self-study easier.

What's included in the program

  • Comptia Security+ Video Lessons

    Hundreds of video lessons in taglish and delivered in a beginner-friendly manner.

  • Quizzes

    Short quizzes to help you test your understanding for the lessons you finished.

  • Practice Exam

    Full practice exam to help you prepare your official Comptia Security+ certification exam

  • Access to member's community

    You'll be part of our private member's community

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Welcome Message

  2. 2
    • Lesson 01: What is Social Engineering

    • Lesson 02: Phishing

    • Lesson 03: Spam and Spim

    • Lesson 04: Dumpster diving and Shoulder surfing

    • Lesson 05: Tailgaiting and Eliciting information

    • Lesson 06: Pharming

    • Lesson 07: Impersonation, Pre-texting and Identity fraud

    • Lesson 08: Hoaxes and Invoice Scams

    • Lesson 09: Reconnaissance and Credential harvesting

    • Lesson 10: Watering hole attack and Typosquatting

    • Lesson 11: Influence campaigns and Hybrid warfare

    • Lesson 12: Principles of Social engineering

  3. 3
    • Lesson 01: What is a malware

    • Lesson 02: Ransomware and Cryptowalware

    • Lesson 03: Trojan and Worms

    • Lesson 04: Rootkits and Backdoor

    • Lesson 05: Bots, Botnet and Command & Control

    • Lesson 06: Keyloggers and Logic bombs

    • Lesson 07: Viruses

    • Lesson 08: Spyware and PuPs

    • Lesson 09: Password Attacks I

    • Lesson 10: Password Attacks II

    • Lesson 11: Malicious USB

    • Lesson 12: Card skimming and Card cloning

    • Lesson 13: Adversarial AI

    • Lesson 14: Supply chain attack

    • Lesson 15: Cloud vs. On-premise attack

  4. 4
    • Lesson 01: Privelege escalation

    • Lesson 02: SQL injection

    • Lesson 03: DLL injection

    • Lesson 04: LDAP injection

    • Lesson 05: XML injection

    • Lesson 06: Pointer object dereference

    • Lesson 07: Directory traversal attack

    • Lesson 08: Buffer overflows

    • Lesson 09: Race conditions

    • Lesson 10: Error handling and Improper input handling

    • Lesson 11: Replay attack

    • Lesson 12: Integer overflow and API attack

    • Lesson 13: Request forgeries

    • Lesson 14: Resource exhaustion and Memory leak

    • Lesson 15: SSL stripping and Pass the hash

    • Lesson 16: Driver manipulation

  5. 5
    • Lesson 01: Rouge AP and Evil twin

    • Lesso 02: Bluesnarfing and Bluejacking

    • Lesson 03: Disassociation and Jamming

    • Lesson 04: RFID, NFC and Initialization Vector

    • Lesson 05: On-path attack

    • Lesson 06: ARP Poisoning

    • Lesson 07: MAC flooding and MAC cloning

    • Lesson 08: DNS attacks

    • Lesson 09: DDoS

    • Lesson 10: Malicious script execution

  6. 6
    • Lesson 01: Actors and Threats I

    • Lesson 02: Actors and Threats II

    • Lesson 03: Attributes of actors

    • Lesson 04: Threat vectors

    • Lesson 05: Threat Intelligence sources I

    • Lesson 06: Threat Intelligence sources II

    • Lesson 07: Threat Intelligence sources III

    • Lesson 08: Threat Research sources

  7. 7
    • Lesson 01: What is Zero day

    • Lesson 02: Weak configurations

    • Lesson 03: Third-Party risks

    • Lesson 04: Improper and Weak patch management

    • Lesson 05: Legacy platforms

    • Lesson 06: Vulnerability impacts

  8. 8
    • Lesson 01: Threat hunting I

    • Lesson 02: Threat hunting II

    • Lesson 03: Vulnerability Scan

    • Lesson 04: SIEM

    • Lesson 05: SOAR

  9. 9
    • Lesson 01: What is Penetration testing

    • Lesson 02: Penetration testing II

    • Lesson 03: Penetration testing concepts

    • Lesson 04: Reconnaissance

    • Lesson 05: Exercise types and Teams

  10. 10
    • Lesson 1 - Configuration Management

    • Lesson 2 - Data sovereignity

    • Lesson 3 - Data Protection I

    • Lesson 4 - Data Protection II

    • Lesson 5 - Considerations I

    • Lesson 6 - Considerations II

    • Lesson 7 - Site resiliency

    • Lesson 8 - Deception and disruption

  11. 11
    • Lesson 1 - on-premise vs. cloud

    • Lesson 2 - Cloud models

    • Lesson 3 - cloud computing concepts I

    • Lesson 4 - cloud computing concepts II

    • Lesson 5 - virtualization concepts

  12. 12
    • Lesson 1 - Environment

    • Lesson 2 - provisioning and de-provisioning

    • Lesson 3 - secure coding techniques

    • Lesson 4 - owasp

    • Lesson 5 - software diversity

    • Lesson 6 - automation and scripting concepts

    • Lesson 7 - elasticity vs. scalability

    • Lesson 8 - verion control

  13. 13
    • Lesson 1 - authentication methods I

    • Lesson 2 - authentication methods II

    • Lesson 3 - biometrics

    • Lesson 4 - biometrics II

    • Lesson 5 - mfa

    • Lesson 6 - aaa

    • Lesson 7 - on-prem vs. cloud authentication

  14. 14
    • Lesson 1 - understanding redundancy

    • Lesson 2 - geographical dispersal

    • Lesson 3 - disk redundancy

    • Lesson 4 - multipath

    • Lesson 5 - network redundancy

    • Lesson 6 - power redundancy

    • Lesson 7 - replication

    • Lesson 8 - backup types I

    • Lesson 9 - backup types II

    • Lesson 10 - non-persistence

    • Lesson 11 - diversity

  15. 15
    • Coming soon

  16. 16
    • Coming soon

  17. 17
    • Coming soon

  18. 18
    • Mega Quiz(coming soon)

    • Practice Exam(coming soon)

  19. 19
    • 01 - Self-study calendar(coming soon)

    • 02 - Course Notes(coming soon)

    • 03 - Flash cards(coming soon)

Sample Lessons


Awesome bonuses included in the course

  • Course Notes

    You'll get the notes/slides used in the course to help as your supplementary guide in your study.

  • Self-study Calendar

    You'll get a self-study calendar 'where all the lessons are laid out' to help you prepare in your self-study

  • Member's Exclusive Event

    You'll get an exclusive invite for our occasional member's event/meet-up


  • What is the coverage of the course?

    The course will cover all the basics and fundamentals of I.T security. We'll follow the topics included in the official Comptia Security+ SY0-601 curriculum.

  • Why it's called 'Beta v1'?

    This course is on development stage that's why it's called Beta v1. New modules and lessons will be uploaded and release every week as we move forward.

  • How the course is being delivered/teach?

    Once you enrolled, you'll get full access to the program immediately. It is a self-paced online course(all videos are recorded) so you can study and learn at your own phase. Learn anytime and anywhere!

  • I am 100% 0-knowledge and complete newbie, will this course work for me?

    100% yes! This course was designed from a beginner's perspective para sa mga 0-knowledge at newbie na kagaya mo. Almost all lessons are divided into small 'chunks' para hindi ka ma-information overload.

  • How much is the enrollment?

    The 'Beta v1' enrollment fee is only P2,995. But if you enroll today, you'll get P1,000 discount on top of that. That makes the enrollment fee P1,995 only.

  • How long do I have access to the program?

    Once you enrolled, you'll have full and lifetime access to the course. Meaning, you'll get access to all the content and resources we have now and in the future(for the program).

  • Do you provide training certificate?

    Yes! Once you finished the course, you'll be able to download your training certificate. You can use them in any legal purposes you need.

  • How should I pay?

    GCASH: 09065556254 / BPI: 4169194551 / BDO: 007180123061

  • I already paid, how can I access the course?

    Send the copy/screenshot of the receipt or transaction slip to we will respond to you immediately for the next steps.



Billy Ramirez

Billy Ramirez is the founder and chief instructor at Tech Academy. He used to work as a Sr. Network Administrator in one of the largest foreign BPO operating in the Philippines. Right now, his mission is to help aspiring Filipino I.T grow their I.T career.