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

    • 1.1 Slides (PDF)

  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

    • 1.2 Slides (PDF)

  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

    • 1.3 Slides (PDF)

  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

    • 1.4 Slides(PDF)

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    • 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

    • 1.5 Slides(PDF)

  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

    • 1.6 Slides(PDF)

  8. 8
    • Lesson 01: Threat hunting I

    • Lesson 02: Threat hunting II

    • Lesson 03: Vulnerability Scan

    • Lesson 04: SIEM

    • Lesson 05: SOAR

    • 1.7 Slides(PDF)

  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

    • 1.8 Slides(PDF)

  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

    • 2.1 Slides(PDF)

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    • 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

    • 2.2 Slides(PDF)

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    • 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 - Version Control

    • 2.3 Slides(PDF)

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    • Lesson 1 - Authentication Methods I

    • Lesson 2 - Authentication Methods II

    • Lesson 3 - Biometrics I

    • Lesson 4 - Biometrics II

    • Lesson 5 - MFA

    • Lesson 6 - AAA

    • Lesson 7 - On-prem vs. Cloud Authentication

    • 2.4 Slides(PDF)

  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

    • 2.5 Slides(PDF)

  15. 15
    • Lesson 1 - Embedded Systems

    • Lesson 2 - SCADA

    • Lesson 3 - IoT

    • Lesson 4 - Specialized Systems

    • Lesson 5 - Other Embedded and Specialized Systems

    • Lesson 6 - Considerations

    • Lesson 7 - Constraints

    • 2.6 Slides(PDF)

  16. 16
    • Lesson 1 - Physical security I

    • Lesson 2 - Cameras

    • Lesson 3 - Personnel

    • Lesson 4 - Physical security II

    • Lesson 5 - Physial security III

    • Lesson 6 - Secure Areas

    • Lesson 7 - Secure Data Destruction

    • 2.7 Slides(PDF)

  17. 17
    • Lesson 1 - Digital Signature

    • Lesson 2 - Key length and Key stretching

    • Lesson 3 - Salting, Hashing, ECC and Perfect forward secrecy

    • Lesson 4 - Quantum cryptography

    • Lesson 5 - Modes of operation

    • Lesson 6 - Block chain

    • Lesson 7 - Cipher Suites

    • Lesson 8 - Symmetric and Asymmetric

    • Lesson 9 - Steganography

    • Lesson 10 - Common Use Cases

    • Lesson 11 - Limitations

    • 2.8 Slides(PDF)

  18. 18
    • Lesson 1 - Secure Protocols

    • Lesson 2 - Use Cases

    • Lesson 3 - IPSEC

    • 3.1 Slides(PDF)

  19. 19
    • Lesson 1 - Endpoint Protection

    • Lesson 3 - Database

    • Lesson 4 - Application Security I

    • Lesson 2 - Boot Integrity

    • Lesson 5 - Application Security II

    • Lesson 6 - Hardening

    • Lesson 7 - FDE vs. SED

    • Lesson 8 - HrOT, TPM and Sandboxing

    • 3.2 Slides(PDF)

  20. 20
    • Lesson 1 - Load Balancing

    • Lesson 2 - Network Segmentation

    • Lesson 3 - VPN I

    • Lesson 4- VPN II

    • Lesson 5 - DNS

    • Lesson 6 - NAC

    • Lesson 7 - Port Security

    • Lesson 8 - Network Appliance I

    • Lesson 9 - Network Appliance II

    • Lesson 10 - Network Appliance III

    • Lesson 11 - Network Appliance IV

    • Lesson 12 - Network Appliance V

    • Lesson 13 - Network Appliance VI

    • Lesson 14 - ACL, QoS and Port Mirroring

    • 3.3 Slides(PDF)

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    • Lesson 1 - Cryptographic Protocols

    • Lesson 2 - Authentication Protocols I

    • Lesson 3 - Authentication Protocols II

    • Lesson 4 - Authentication Methods

    • Lesson 5 - Installation Considerations

    • 3.4 Slides(PDF)

  22. 22
    • Lesson 1 - Connection Methods and Receivers

    • Lesson 2 - Mobile Device Management

    • Lesson 3 - Enforcement Monitoring

    • Lesson 4 - Deployment Models

    • 3.5 Slides(PDF)

  23. 23
    • Lesson 1 - Cloud Security Controls

    • Lesson 2 - Storage

    • Lesson 3 - Network

    • Lesson 4 - Compute

    • Lesson 5 - Solutions I

    • Lesson 6 - Solutions II

    • 3.6 Slides(PDF)

  24. 24
    • Lesson 1 - Identity

    • Lesson 2 - Account Types

    • Lesson 3 - Account Policies

    • 3.7 Slides(PDF)

  25. 25
    • Lesson 1 - Authentication Management

    • Lesson 2 - Authentication and Authorization I

    • Lesson 3 - Authentication and Authorization II

    • Lesson 4 - Access Control Schemes I

    • Lesson 5 - Access Control Schemes II

    • 3.8 Slides(PDF)

  26. 26
    • Lesson 1 - Public Key Infrastructure I

    • Lesson 2 - Public Key Infrastructure II

    • Lesson 3 - Public Key Infrastructure III

    • Lesson 4 - Public Key Infrastructure IV

    • Lesson 5 - Types of Certificates I

    • Lesson 6 - Types of Certificates II

    • Lesson 7 - Certificate Format I

    • Lesson 8 - Certificate Format II

    • Lesson 9 - Concepts I

    • Lesson 10 - Concepts II

    • 3.9 Slides(PDF)

  27. 27
    • Lesson 1 - Network Reconaissance I (tracert, nslookup,nmap)

    • Lesson 2 - Network Reconaissance II (Ping, Pathping and Hping)

    • Lesson 3 - Network Reconaissance III (Netstat and IP Scanner)

    • Lesson 4 - Network Reconaissance IV (ARP, Curl and Route_Print)

    • Lesson 5 - Network Reconnaissance(theHarvester and Sn1per)

    • Lesson 6 - Network Reconaissance VI(scanless, dnsenum, nessus and cuckoo)

    • Lesson 7 - File Manipulation Tools

    • Lesson 8 - Shell and Script Environments

    • Lesson 9 - Packet Capture and Replay

    • Lesson 10 - Forensics

    • Lesson 11 - Exploitation Framworks

    • Lesson 12 - Password Crackers

    • Lesson 13 - Data Sanitation

    • 4.1 Slides(PDF)

  28. 28
    • Lesson 1 - Incident Response Plans and Process

    • Lesson 2 - Incident Response Exercise

    • Lesson 5 - Attack Frameworks - Diamond Model

    • Lesson 6 - Stakeholder Management

    • Lesson 4 - Attack Frameworks - Cyber Kill Chain

    • Lesson 7 - DRP, BCP and CoOP

    • Lesson 3 - Attack Frameworks - Mitre Att&ck

    • Lesson 8 - Incident Response Team

    • 4.2 Slides(PDF)

  29. 29
    • Lesson 1 - Vulnerability Scan Output

    • Lesson 2 - SIEM Dashboard

    • Lesson 3 - Log Files

    • Lesson 4 - Syslog, Rsyslog and Syslog-NG

    • Lesson 5 - Journalctl, NXlog and Bandwidth monitor

    • Lesson 6 - Metadata

    • Lesson 7 - Netflow, IPFix and sFlow

    • Lesson 8 - Protocol Analyzer Output

    • 4.3 Slides(PDF)

  30. 30
    • Lesson 1 - Re-configure Endpoint Security Solutions

    • Lesson 2 - Configuration Changes

    • Lesson 3 - Isolation, Containment and Segmentation

    • Lesson 4 - SIEM and SOAR

    • 4.4 Slides(PDF)

  31. 31
    • Lesson 1 - What is Digital Forensics

    • Lesson 2 - Documentaion and Evidence

    • Lesson 3 - Acquisition of Evidence

    • Lesson 4 - Considerations in Acquisition of Evidence

    • Lesson 5 - On-Premise vs. Cloud

    • Lesson 6 - Integrity

    • Lesson 7 - Preservation

    • Lesson 8 - E-discovery

    • Lesson 9 - Data Recovery

    • Lesson 10 - Non-repudiation

    • Lesson 11 - Strategic and Counter Intelligence

    • 4.5 Slides(PDF)

  32. 32
    • Lesson 1 - Category

    • Lesson 2 - Control Types

    • 5.1 Slides(PDF)

  33. 33
    • Lesson 1 - Regulations, Standards and Legislation

    • Lesson 2 - Key Frameworks I

    • Lesson 3 - Key Frameworks II

    • Lesson 4 - Key Frameworks III

    • Lesson 5 - Benchmark and Configuration Guides

    • 5.2 Slides(PDF)

  34. 34
    • Lersson 1 - Personnel I

    • Lesson 2 - Personnel II

    • Lesson 3 - Diversity of Training Techniques

    • Lesson 4 - Third-party Risk Management

    • Lesson 5 - Data

    • Lesson 6 - Credential Policies

    • Lesson 7 - Organization Policies

    • 5.3 Slides(PDF)

  35. 35
    • Lesson 1 - Risk Types

    • Lesson 2 - Risk Management Strategies

    • Lesson 3 - Risk Analysis I

    • Lesson 4 - Risk Analysis II

    • Lesson 5 - Disasters

    • Lesson 6 - Business Impact Analysis I

    • Lesson 7 - Business Impact Analysis II

    • Lesson 8 - Business Impact Analysis III

    • 5.4 Slides(PDF)

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    • Lesson 1 - Organizational consequences of privacy breaches

    • Lesson 2- Notifications of breaches

    • Lesson 3 - Data Types

    • Lesson 4 - Privacy enhancing technologies

    • Lesson 5 - Roles and responsibilities

    • Lesson 6 - Information Lifecycle

    • Lesson 7 - Impact assessment

    • Lesson 8 - ToA and Privacy Notice

    • 5.5 Slides(PDF)

  37. 37
    • Practice Exam - Set A

    • Practice Exam - Set B

    • Mega Quiz(coming soon)

  38. 38
    • Self-study Plan

    • Chapter 1 Slides - All Sections (PDF)

    • Chapter 2 Slides - All Sections (PDF)

    • Chapter 3 Slides - All Sections (PDF)

    • Chapter 4 Slides - All Sections (PDF)

    • Chapter 5 Slides - All Sections (PDF)

Sample Lessons

Bonuses

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

FAQ

  • 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.

  • 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?

    Join the wait list so you can get the first hand notification when it will be open again for enrollment.

  • 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?

    See payment instructions below.

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

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

Instructor

Instructor

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.