Introduction to Cisco Security Design Concepts

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To identify a modular approach to designing network security

Target Audience

Network engineers, network system analysts, and maintenance personnel responsible for designing small to medium-sized and enterprise networks; individuals seeking the Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) certification and those individuals targeting towards the Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) certification

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills contained in the Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) and CCNA Basics learning paths; a good foundation in the principles and concepts of networks and computers; familiarity with internetworking technologies

Expected Duration

200 min.

Course Objectives

Introduction to Cisco Security Design Concepts

  • identify the main categories of security threats.
  • identify the security threats directed at network devices, entire networks, and hosts and their applications.
  • identify the main threat categories and how they apply to network devices and applications in a given scenario.
  • list the major components of an enterprise security policy.
  • identify the main considerations when planning for physical security in a network.
  • identify the main considerations when planning authentication, authorization, and filtering in network design.
  • list and identify techniques and mechanisms for ensuring data security.
  • identify the benefits of the Cisco SAFE Blueprint.
  • list and identify security measures for the Internet Connectivity, E-Commerce, and Remote Access and VPN modules.
  • list and identify security measures for the WAN, Network Management, and Server Farm modules.
  • select security measures for network modules given a specific scenario.
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