CompTIA is developing their new Cybersecurity Analyst certification and you may be able help.
CompTIA is looking for IT security professionals with experience in one or more of the following IT security fields:
- data analysis and response,
- risk management,
- penetration testing,
- compliance and auditing,
- and incident response including attack identification
Accepted applicants will be involved in developing and reviewing item content for the new CompTIA Security Analyst Certification exam. Certifications in these areas are desired but not required.
The purpose of a Text Based Item Writing workshop is to create and review item content for the CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst Certification Exam.
Assistance from subject matter experts (SMEs) is crucial in providing an industry relevant exam. Potential SMEs must be IT security professionals with at least 5 years’ experience working in the field. Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree and work in one of the fields listed above. It is preferred that SMEs are CompTIA Security+ certified or hold an equivalent certificate.
$300 A Day Stipend
SMEs will receive a $300 a day stipend for the 5-day workshop, as well as meals provided during the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. working days. Recognition for SMEs includes listing on the CompTIA website pending full participation in the program.
When: April 18th-22nd, 2016
Where: CompTIA Headquarters; 3500 Lacey Rd. Suite 100, Downers Grove, IL 60515 (Downers Grove is a suburb of Chicago)
Only professionals currently working in the field of IT security should apply.
I Am Not Eligible, But You May Be
Although CompTIA appreciates interest from the training community, applications from trainers, authors, or individuals who may profit or materially benefit from knowledge of the CompTIA credential content are not eligible to participate.
If you have questions about the application process, email firstname.lastname@example.org.