Chase Lucas passed his CompTIA A+ 701 test on the first try—at age 11. He passed the CompTIA Security+ exam at age 17. Lucas is clearly CompTIA’s poster child (literally) for the exams it offers, but he is also proof that the certifications know no age limit. So if the exam is child’s play, what is the CompTIA Security+ certification, exactly?
CompTIA A+ certification plays a key role in the careers of more than one million professionals around the world. It validates relevant skill sets and knowledge of software technologies and hardware. Employers use the credential to select candidates capable of supporting complex information technology (IT) infrastructure.
Making sure your employees are certificated in CompTIA or Computing Technology Industry Association certification involves them becoming highly proficient in computing and/or network hardware and its effective use. Often, terms such as "ethical hacking" are involved due to the network-intensive nature of the work a CompTIA-certified individual performs. Making sure your employees have these certifications can help build trust with other companies and verify your employees' expertise.