Cisco DESGN 2.1: Defining Network Security
Anyone wishing to obtain the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCDA) certification that validates the knowledge and skills required to successfully design Cisco converged networks. Candidates who have completed the 640-816, 640-822, or 640-802 Cisco Certified Cisco Network Associate certification exam.
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Network security is an essential network service that spans the entire network. The scope of a network security solution is determined by organizational requirements and potential threats that are evaluated for each network component. To create a secure network, you must know which threats the network has to be protected against.
This course discusses rationale for network security, including threats and risks. The course then discusses network components as potential targets and explains how risk assessment is used in a security policy.
Basic Network Security Considerations
- identify basic network security considerations
- describe reconnaissance attacks
- describe how to mitigate reconnaissance attacks
- identify the ways to gain access to systems
- identify the ways to mitigate access to systems
- identify the characteristics of integrity, confidentiality, and availability threats
Network Security Policies and Processes
- identify the purpose of a security policy
- recognize how to build continuous network security