CompTIA On-Demand Webinars

We keep webinars for 90 days after their original presentation available to you as recent on-demand webinars. Webinars that were held more than 90 days before may be available in Insight & Tools.

  • Investigating the Deep Web and VPN Technologies: Office Hours with James

    April 11, 2019 11:00 AM

    11am CT / 12pm ET
    It’s likely you’ve heard of the deep web and the dark web, but do you really know what they are? It’s also possible you’ve used encryption and anonymization technologies in the past, but do you really know how they work?
    Join CompTIA Chief Technology Evangelist Dr. James Stanger as he delves into the many resources found in the deep web and the dark web. He’ll also investigate Virtual Private Network (VPN) technologies individuals use today. He’ll explore the relevance of the deep web and the dark web, and VPN technologies to pen testing, threat hunting, threat modeling and security analytics. You’ll get insights about some of the resources that are available.

    You will learn more about VPN technologies and how these technologies can anonymize and encrypt browsing sessions. Furthermore, you will gain a deeper understanding of how attackers use legitimate services and other resources to reverse-engineer software, engage in credential harvesting and profile users.

  • TLS Q1 virtual Community Meeting You’ve Been Slacked! Now What?

    April 4, 2019 12:00 PM

    12pm CT / 1pm ET
    Most workplaces today include five generations and communication methods have changed drastically with each generation. Join us as we discuss the unique challenges and opportunities in today’s workplace and what it takes to increase active communication. You’ll gather new ways to drive respect and collaboration through every individual in your workplace.

  • AWIT Q1 Virtual Community Meeting

    April 3, 2019 12:00 PM

    12pm CT / 1 pm ET
    We will be continuing our conversations from CompTIA CCF and discussing the gap of women in technology.  Add your voice to the conversation as we focus on women in security. We know that tech opportunities exist, yet approximately only 14 percent of the current U.S. workforce in cybersecurity is female. Together we can address the diversity gap and discuss actions to break the glass ceilings in tech, drive more women into this lucrative field and change the industry one women at a time.

  • Investigating the Windows Subsystem for Linux: Office Hours with James

    March 28, 2019 11:00 AM

    11am CT / 12pm ET

    Developers are regularly using both Microsoft and Linux as they develop sophisticated applications for their businesses and organizations. Microsoft has made terrific strides in its embrace of open-source, such as the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Secure Shell (SSH) has also become a preferred way to remotely administer Windows systems.

    Join James as he investigates ways that Windows and Linux do more than simply co-exist in today’s cloud and IoT-aware IT environment.

     

  • The Path to Modern DevSecOps

    March 12, 2019 3:00 PM

    3pm CT / 4pm ET
    We’ve made exponential leaps with technology, yet with all the changes come security risks as we create the applications that run these systems. Organizations should be living DevSecOps, but many have lagged behind in adopting it due to a lack of talented IT professionals. DevSecOps improves on Agile by focusing on people over processes and tools, modernizing the software delivery pipeline by integrating security into the full lifecycle of application development. In the past, security was isolated to a specific role or team member. Today, the collaborative DevSecOps framework effectively integrates security practices as shared responsibility from end-to-end.

    In this concise webinar, you will:

    • Find out what is DevSecOps and why it matters.
    • Understand what skills are required to be a DevSecOps engineer.   
    • Learn 6 best practices for successfully practicing DevSecOps.
    • Discover online resources to upgrade your talent toolbox.

    Are you ready to learn more about in-demand skills employers are seeking? Join Laszlo Gonc, co-founder and managing partner, Next Era Transformation, LLC, and CEO and president, Gonc & Associates, LTD, for this informative and educational session on The Path to Modern DevSecOps.

       * Approved for A+, Security+, CySA+ and CASP+ CEU Credit

  • Kali Linux Overview: Tips, Tricks and Traps for Cybersecurity Professionals OOWJ

    February 27, 2019 11:00 AM

    11am CT / 12pm ET
    In his next Office Hours session, CompTIA Chief Technology Evangelist Dr. James Stanger will take a more in-depth look at the tools Kali has to offer. More importantly, James will investigate the techniques and procedures that tend to set the cybersecurity professionals apart from the rest. He will also spend time contextualizing these tools in the larger activities of the penetration tester, as well as the in the duties of other job roles, such as security analyst.

       * Approved for CEU credit - A+, Sec+, Net+, Cloud +, PenTest+, CySA+ and CASP

  • 3 Skills IT Pros Need - IT Pro Webinar

    February 21, 2019 11:00 AM

    11am Ct / 12pm ET

    Are you ready to start your IT career but find yourself wondering what skill level today’s IT pros need? Join CompTIA Chief Technology Evangelist Dr. James Stanger as he partners up with ITProTV in this upcoming live IT Pro webinar event. We’ll be discussing essential technical skills, including essential cloud, Linux, Windows and IoT management tips.

    Don’t miss the following live demonstrations:

    • How to troubleshoot mobile phone connectivity and advanced features.
    • How to virtualize the CentOS version of the Linux operating system.
    • How to protect mobile devices from malware.
    Approved for A+ and Network+ CEU Credit

    Receive a discount for signing up for IT ProTV with this webinar. Use code COMPTIACORE

  • 5 keys to successfully build an unstoppable IT sales engine

    February 19, 2019 3:00 PM

    If your sales are growing in line with your plans then you won’t need to join this webinar. However, if:

    • your sales engine is not scaling in line with expectations,
    • sales forecasts are only accurate in the short term,
    • growth targets are occasionally missed,
    • the mix of products and services are not always achieved in the required proportions,
    • ·new sales hires don’t work out as often as frequently as you would like, and
    • your clients don’t always pay for the value you deliver.

    Then, this session is for you. Join us for a 50 min workshop style webinar that focuses on 5 key activities that enable the whole organisation to work better together towards growing profitable sales growth. Predictable sales and profit growth are the hallmark of every high value business, but few tech companies manage to realise it at the cost of client, staff and shareholder satisfaction. Assessing your organisation against these five behaviours will help inform your plans and investment decisions.

  • The Gap: Women in Cybersecurity

    February 19, 2019 1:00 PM

    1pm Ct / 2pm ET
    Opportunities abound in the cybersecurity arena yet only 14 percent of the current U.S. workforce in cybersecurity is female. We will review the current state of the gender gap in cybersecurity and hear from Jennifer Carlson with the US Department of Labor to discuss how to get more women into this field through apprenticeship programs. During this webinar we will review how to begin an apprenticeship program, how to increase the visibility of your current program, and how to engage with programs that are available today. Don’t miss out on this informative and educational session that is designed to shine the light on the gender gap in IT security and how you can be part of the solution.

  • Tweet yourself to employed: Using social media to land your next gig

    February 14, 2019 4:00 PM

    4pm CT / 5pm ET
    Standing out from the crowd when looking for a job can be a challenge. Learn how you can use social media to make an impression and ease your way into your next role.

  • Virtual Hallway Chat: Get What You Pay For - Vendor Contract & Agreement Audit Best Practices

    February 13, 2019 12:00 PM

    12pm CT / 1pm ET
    It's that time of year again - time to review vendor contracts and agreements. As any MSP knows, this can be a daunting, but important task. Let Charles Love, Joshua Smith and your peers help you get started. Vendor contract & agreement audits are crucial to your business to ensure you are benefiting from all of their services. Do you have visibility into everything you are paying for, whether by paper, fax, direct debit, etc.? Are you really using each service? How much is it really benefiting your business? It sounds daunting, but its critical to your profitability. Join the Managed Services Community in this Virtual Hallway Chat (VHC) to discuss and develop best practice processes for confirming you are getting what you pay for each month. Contribute to this group discussion as we share ideas, methods that work, timing of audits, etc. Please plan on active participation on the VHC by joining the web portion, having speakers and a microphone ready so you can share too.

    To better benefit from this hallway chat, listen to Love and Smith’s podcast on this topic as they set the stage

  • DC Fly-in What to Expect 2019

    January 29, 2019 1:00 PM

    1pm CT / 2pm ET
    If you’ve never been to the CompTIA DC Fly-In, this is a must-attend webinar to understand how the Fly-In works. Even if you’ve been a part of our Fly-In team before, please set aside an hour of your time for a refresher.