The IT industry is constantly evolving and we’re proud to play a part in shaping the industry as it changes. A big part of ensuring positive change is collaboration and learning. We bring the IT community together through our IT training such as executive forums, regional events and virtual meetings. Everybody has a chance to contribute their own ideas and visions for the future of IT. If you're looking for CompTIA certifications, please visit our Certifications site

CompTIA Meetings & Events

  • February CompTIA Space Enterprise Council Meeting

    February 27, 2018 1:00 PM
  • CompTIA UK Channel Community Regional Meeting in Bristol

    Bristol, United Kingdom
    March 6, 2018 - March 7, 2018
  • Q1 Export Controls Committee Meeting (members only)

    March 8, 2018 11:00 AM

    9:00 am – 12:00 pm Pacific Time
    Quarterly gathering of Committee members to hear from key government officials and discuss top priority issues. Members also discuss trade compliance best practices and benchmark processes and systems.

CompTIA Webinars

  • Critical emerging technologies today: A report

    March 8, 2018 11:00 AM

    11am CT / 12pm ET
    We’ve been hearing a lot about new technologies that are going to change the world. These include blockchain, 5G, new security visualization approaches, AI, and of course IoT. Join Dr. James Stanger, Seth Robinson, and a special guest to discuss these emerging technologies and more. Instead of simply discussing these developments in technical terms, this Webinar will apply these emerging technologies to specific job roles and vertical markets. We’ll also discuss the importance of understanding what an “emerging technology” is, in the first place. For example, we’ll be discussing why today’s networking professional needs to understand vital cloud and IoT developments more than ever before in order to support marketing and research initiatives. We’ll discuss critical networking and security skills that will help you support emerging technologies in your business. From AI, to IoT, to blockchain and beyond, we’ll discuss how they are – and aren’t being used today.

  • Office Hours with CompTIA’s Chief Technology Evangelist James Stanger

    March 14, 2018 11:00 AM

    11am CT / 12pm ET
    For the March 2018 Office Hours with James, we’re going to take a look into essential security skills, including risk management, threat hunting, and threatcasting. We’ll be discussing technical and non-technical moves that will increase your ability to serve the needs of your organization when it comes to helping it manage existing threats. We’ll be discussing the activity of threat hunting, and its relationship to security analytics, penetration testing, and risk management. This is more than a theoretical discussion. For this hour, we’ll be demonstrating key skills and applications you can use to become a better threat hunter.
    * CEU-approved for A+, Network+, Security+, CASP, Cloud+ and CSA+ recertification.”

  • Getting the Most Out of with your AITP membership

    March 27, 2018 3:00 PM

    3pm CT / 4pm ET
    Find out how to search courses, find playlists and gain valuable soft skills through

CompTIA Channel Training

  • Why Software as a Service? The Benefits and Advantages of SaaS with Verizon

    March 13, 2018 10:00 AM

    10am CT / 11am ET
    Some of the heaviest software activity happening in the industry today exists in the world of cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). New ISVs, new types of channel firms, existing software purveyors and their longtime channel partners are all getting into the game. And the money is there. By the end of this session, participants will be able to define who is offering SaaS, why and in what form. We will also analyze the typical SaaS customer demographic along with examining the channel and its SaaS vendor relationships

  • Trends in IT Security with Seagate

    March 22, 2018 1:00 PM

    1pm CT / 2pm ET
    1pm CT / 2pm ET
    As technology becomes a critical component for digital organizations, security becomes an even higher priority. Most companies know that security is important, but they aren’t sure which steps to take as they change their IT approach. This market intelligence session, based on CompTIA’s latest research, describes the three areas that every business should focus on: the new technology that is needed, the new processes that must be adopted, and the education that must be given to end user.