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Cisco 210-260 IINS: Implementing Cisco Network Security

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The ITU Online Cisco CCNA Security course with 11 chapters emphasizes core security technologies, the installation, troubleshooting, and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data and devices and competency in the technologies that Cisco uses in its security structure.

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One of the ITU Cisco CCNA Courses Designed To Ensure You Pass The Exam

Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (Cisco CCNA Security) validates associate-level knowledge and skills required to secure Cisco networks. With a Cisco CCNA Security certification, a network professional demonstrates the skills required to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats.

About the Exam for Cisco CCNA Security

To earn the Cisco CCNA Security certification, you must pass the official exam required by Cisco. The current exam is 210-260 IINS. The exam tests your knowledge in secure network infrastructure, understanding core security concepts, managing secure access, VPN encryption, firewalls, intrusion prevention, web and email content security, and endpoint security.

For complete details regarding this Cisco certification, we encourage you to visit the Cisco Website.

Course Lesson Video

Take this opportunity to view a sample of our Cisco CCNA Security course in the video below.

Common Career Paths

Individuals earning the Cisco CCNA Security Certification often work in the following type of positions.

Position Title
Average Salary*
Security Engineer
Security Administrator
Network Security Support Engineer
Senior Network Engineer
Information Security Analyst

Key Learning Topics In This Course

  • Secure Access
  • Cisco ASA
  • Firewalls
  • IPS/IDS, VPNs
  • Secure Routing and Switch

Course Outline

Module 1: Network Review

  • ¬†Course Introduction
  • ¬†Network Review Part 1
  • ¬†Network Review Part 2
  • ¬†Network Review Part 3
  • ¬†Network Review Part 4

Module 2: Terminology And Fundamentals

  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 1
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 2
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 3
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 4
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 5
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 6
  • ¬†Terminology And Fundamentals Part 7

Module 3: PKI And Cryptography

  • ¬†Pki And Cryptography Part 1
  • ¬†Pki And Cryptography Part 2

Module 4: AAA

  • ¬†AAA Part 1
  • ¬†AAA Part 2
  • ¬†AAA Part 3

Module 5: Bring Your Own Device

  • ¬†Bring Your Own Device Part 1
  • ¬†Bring Your Own Device Part 2
  • ¬†Bring Your Own Device Part 3

Module 6: Secure Access

  • ¬†Secure Access Part 1
  • ¬†Secure Access Part 2
  • ¬†Secure Access Part 3
  • ¬†Secure Access Demo

Module 7: VPNs

  • ¬†VPN Concepts Part 1
  • ¬†VPN Concepts Part 2
  • ¬†Remote Access VPNs Part 1
  • ¬†Remote Access VPNs Part 2
  • ¬†Site To Site VPNs

Module 8: Secure Routing And Switching

  • ¬†Secure Routing And Switching Part 1
  • ¬†Secure Routing And Switching Part 2
  • ¬†Secure Routing And Switching Demo 1
  • ¬†Secure Routing And Switching Demo 2
  • ¬†Layer2 Attacks Part 1
  • ¬†Layer2 Attacks Part 2
  • ¬†Layer2 Attacks Part 3
  • ¬†Mitigation Part 1
  • ¬†Mitigation Part 2

Module 9: Firewalls

  • ¬†Firewall Technologies Part 1
  • ¬†Firewall Technologies Part 2
  • ¬†Implementing Nat Part 1
  • ¬†Implementing Nat Part 2
  • ¬†Zone Based Firewall
  • ¬†Firewall Features On The ASA Part 1
  • ¬†Firewall Features On The ASA Part 2
  • ¬†Firewall Features On The ASA Part 3

Module 10: Intrusion Protection System (IPS)

  • ¬†Intrusion Protection System Part 1
  • ¬†Intrusion Protection System Part 2

Module 11: Content And Endpoint Security

  • ¬†Content And Endpoint Security Part 1
  • ¬†Content And Endpoint Security Part 2
  • ¬†Course Conclusion

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