Achieve associate level Cisco security knowledge and skills and prepare for the CCNA Security certification.
CCNA Security topics are below mentioned.
- Understanding security threats facing modern networks
Securing access to network devices
Implementing AAA on networks
Using ACLs to thwart potential network threats
Ensuring secure network management and reporting
Managing Layer 2 network attacks
Implementing Cisco IOS firewall and Intrusion Prevention
Executing site-to-site IPSec VPNs
Ensuring effective security policies
Explain and learn about Content and Endpoint Security in CCNA security training
Research shows that the most common jobs associated with the CCNA security credential are network engineer, specialist, manager and administrator. Additional jobs include systems engineer, a security analyst, and security engineer. Network security technicians design physical security solutions based on client requirements and technology limitations. Their duties include data validation, process documentation, drawing markups, device counts and bill of materials development. Their scope of work development will vary based on client’s needs and project requirements. They may be asked to help security teams with researching and recommending new security that addresses specific threat concerns. Forensic data breach analysis and malware reverse engineering are advanced duties of senior security technicians.
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