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.

  • Getting the Most Out of Lynda.com 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 Lynda.com.

  • 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.”

  • The Power of TechTalent

    February 13, 2018 3:00 PM

    3pm CT / 4pm ET
    Join the CompTIA AITP team to learn about the power of TechTalent. With TechTalent, you can use tech industry data from Burning Glass powered by artificial intelligence to find areas to specialize in IT, build a data-driven resume and put your technology career on track.

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

    February 7, 2018 11:00 AM

    Feb 7, 11am CT / 9am PT
    Office Hours with James is a series of monthly virtual meetings with James Stanger, our Chief Technology Evangelist. During these sessions, James meets with IT professionals and students from around the world to teach them essential IT skills.

    The topic for February 7th is practical Linux security. We're going to finish up some command line basics, then get into using Nmap and Wireshark. We'll be talking about how individuals can use Linux to get ahead in the gig economy. The focus is in practical, hands-on application of skills. We've got a great group going - looking forward to having more folks join!

    * CEU-approved for A+, Network+, Security+, CASP, Cloud+ and CSA+ recertification.”

  • Cyber Essentials Part 2 - powered by the UK Channel Community: You have 99 problems, but cyber security isn’t one of them - how data protection leads to more sales (and less fines)

    February 6, 2018 9:00 AM

    3pm GMT London / 9am CT Chicago
    As we leave a challenging year in security behind us and now look forward to 2018, there are a number of key developments and trends to forecast for the year ahead.

    "Comply or die", "welcome to the wild west of cybercrime" and “tomorrow you are going to get hacked” are a few so-called marketing strategies to sell cyber security today. But is it really that scary and expensive to protect one’s assets? 

    Thomas and Jamie from CyberSmart are going to dispel these questions. Drawing from their vast knowledge and experience in running a cyber consultancy, they have created the first automated data compliance platform for SMEs, tapping into a real market need for greater compliance automation.

    Thomas and Jamie will share their knowledge around cyber security, data security compliance, GDPR and Cyber Essentials. Through their work with MSPs and consultancies, they provide a highly relevant view on cybersecurity.  As members of the first GCHQ accelerator, Seedcamp and CyLon, they have many stories to share to help you learn from others and identify opportunities to become stickier with your clients. Sign up and get your toughest questions ready.