Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) v1.0
- Security Operations Center Security Analyst
- Computer Network Defense Analyst
- Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support personnel
- Future Incident Responders and Security Operations Center (SOC) personnel
- Students beginning a career and entering the cybersecurity field
- IT personnel looking to learn more about the area of cybersecurity operations
- Cisco Channel Partners
It is strongly recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:
- Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
- Working knowledge of the Windows operating system
- Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts
This course includes Cisco Training Exclusives
EXCLUSIVE TO GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE – Accelerate your Cisco learning experience with complimentary access to the IT Skills Video On-Demand Library, Introduction to Cybersecurity digital learning course, course recordings, IT Resource Library, and digital courseware.
Cisco E-Learning SECOPS v1.0 is an all-inclusive e-learning solution designed to prepare CCNA Cyber Ops candidates for the topics covered by the 210-255 SECOPS exam.
Learn how a Security Operations Center (SOC) functions and gain the introductory-level skills and knowledge required for success. Students obtain the core skills needed to grasp the associate-level material in the 210-255 exam Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS), which, when combined with passing the 210-250 SECFND exam, lead to the CCNA Cyber Ops certification.
This course focuses on the introductory-level skills needed for a SOC Analyst at the associate level, such as understanding basic threat analysis, event correlation, identifying malicious activity, and how to use a playbook for incident response.
This course allows learners to understand common security concepts and start to learn the basic security techniques used in a Security Operations Center (SOC) to find threats on a network using a variety of popular security tools within a “real-life” network infrastructure.