CCNA Security
210-260 Cisco IINS
IINS 3.0: AnyConnect VPN Using ASDM
IINS 3.0: ASA Security and Policies
IINS 3.0: Attack Mitigation
IINS 3.0: Auto Secure
IINS 3.0: Clientless SSL VPN & ASDM
IINS 3.0: Configuring Cisco IPS
IINS 3.0: Control Plane Policing
IINS 3.0: Cryptographic Key Exchange
IINS 3.0: Encryption Methods
IINS 3.0: Firewall Features
IINS 3.0: Firewall Technology
IINS 3.0: Introduction to Cisco Security
IINS 3.0: Introduction to Network Attacks
IINS 3.0: IPS Deployment Configuration
IINS 3.0: IPsec and VPN
IINS 3.0: IPSec Site-to-Site VPN
IINS 3.0: Malware and Data Loss
IINS 3.0: Management Plane Access
IINS 3.0: Network Access Control
IINS 3.0: Network Address Translation
IINS 3.0: Network Time Protocol
IINS 3.0: Network Topologies
IINS 3.0: OSPF and EIGRP Authentication
IINS 3.0: Port Based Access Control, BYOD, and MDM
IINS 3.0: PVLANs and VLAN Security
IINS 3.0: SCP and AAA Technologies
IINS 3.0: Secure CLI Access
IINS 3.0: Secure Device Management
IINS 3.0: SIEM Technology and Security Terminology
IINS 3.0: Simple Network Management Protocol
IINS 3.0: Specific Network Attacks
IINS 3.0: TACACS+
IINS 3.0: Threat Mitigation for Email, Web, and Endpoints
IINS 3.0: Zone-Based Firewall Configuration
TestPrep 210-260 Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS)

IINS 3.0: AnyConnect VPN Using ASDM

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_20_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the process of using ASDM to configure client-based AnyConnect VPN on a Cisco ASA firewall. Discover the challenges of this configuration, how to reconfigure and verify it, and the components of endpoint posture assessments.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: ASA Security and Policies

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_30_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore Cisco ASA access management, including how to configure access using Telnet, SSH, ad HTTPs and how to set up ASDM. Configuring dynamic NAT and security access policies is also covered.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Attack Mitigation

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_24_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

A security professional must be able to identify common Layer 2 attacks. Explore these common Layer 2 attacks and how to mitigate them.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Auto Secure

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_10_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the use and configuration of the AutoSecure feature and verify it is protecting the device.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Clientless SSL VPN & ASDM

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_19_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover how to implement a remote access VPN using a clientless SSL VPN on a Cisco ASA, configure the VPN through the ASA Device Manager (ASDM), and verify its implementation.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Configuring Cisco IPS

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_33_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore how to configure the Cisco IOS IPS from the CLI interface and all the IPS technologies involved in configuring it.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Control Plane Policing

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_25_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the concept of control plane policing, examine the security risks when CoPP isn't configured, and configure and verify CoPP configuration on a router.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Cryptographic Key Exchange

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_07_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

For two devices to communicate securely they must have a common key. Explore how keys can be shared and how communications can be encrypted and verified using digital signatures.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Encryption Methods

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_06_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Protecting communications and maintaining privacy and integrity is a necessary part of networking. Examine how encryption works and why it should be used.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Firewall Features

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_31_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Examine some of the different features that can be configured on a Cisco firewall, how to navigate around the Cisco ASA, and show where configurable elements are found.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Firewall Technology

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_27_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Examine the differences between various Cisco firewall technologies, such Cisco ASA, NAT, and zone-based firewalls.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Introduction to Cisco Security

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_01_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Security is critical when it comes to maintaining networks. Explore Cisco network security and the concepts of Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Introduction to Network Attacks

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_03_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Detecting and preventing network attacks is a key component to network security. Explore common network attacks and how to categorize and identify them.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: IPS Deployment Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_32_enus
Lesson Objectives

IINS 3.0: IPS Deployment Configuration

  • describe the purpose and types of network intrusion prevention systems
  • use the Firepower Management Center (FMC) web interface to configure an intrusion prevention policy

Overview/Description

Examine IPS deployment considerations, including the purpose of the IPS, deployment placement, basic functions, and IPS usage results. Using the Cisco FMC to show the configuration of an intrusion policy is also covered.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: IPsec and VPN

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_18_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore IPsec, its components, and what is involved with Phase 1 (SA) and Phase 2 (encryption).



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: IPSec Site-to-Site VPN

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_21_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the basics of creating an IPsec site-to-site VPN and how to configure both sides of the router. Scenarios that may cause the tunnel to not build are also discussed.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Malware and Data Loss

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_05_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore common security threats like malware and some of the ways in which data loss can occur.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Management Plane Access

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_11_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Securing access to the management plane can be done with AutoSecure, but sometimes you need to do it manually or have more control. Explore how to secure the management plane from the CLI.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Network Access Control

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_16_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore integrating Cisco devices with Active Directory and securing access using ISE and ACS.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Network Address Translation

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_28_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore how to set up policy-based NAT on a Cisco ASA, ASDM configuration details, and how to verify the configuration.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Network Time Protocol

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_13_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Accurate time on devices is necessary for security. Explore the Network Time Protocol (NTP) and how it can be configured and used to synchronize time between devices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Network Topologies

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_08_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

The topology of a network affects how and where it needs to be secured. Discover how the topology affects protecting the network and how different topologies require different security requirements.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: OSPF and EIGRP Authentication

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_23_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover how to configure OSPF and EIGRP authentication using MD5. Explore authentication configuration goals and prerequisites, routing protocol vulnerabilities, and security.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Port Based Access Control, BYOD, and MDM

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_17_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore how to secure ports using 802.1x authentication and discover the tools available to support Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and mobile device management (MDM).



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: PVLANs and VLAN Security

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_26_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Examine when to use private VLANs, how to configure them, and how to verify the configuration. Discover native VLAN security issues, its purpose, and how to configure it on a switch.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: SCP and AAA Technologies

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_14_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Secure file transfers and configuring authentication, authorization, and accounting features are required to have a secure system. Explore the Secure Copy tool for file transfers and the AAA configuration of Cisco devices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Secure CLI Access

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_22_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the basics of securing router access, including how to secure the CLI using multiple privilege levels and configure role-based access. Discover how to add users with varying privilege levels for control.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Secure Device Management

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_09_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Using separate access methods for regular communication versus security and management can increase security. Examine the use of in-band and out-of-band management.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: SIEM Technology and Security Terminology

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_02_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Security is at the forefront of Cisco's networking. Explore the security information and event management (SIEM) tools and some common security terminology.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Simple Network Management Protocol

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_12_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

The Simple Network Management Protocol can be used to manage and configure your network devices. Explore how to configure, secure, and use SNMPv3.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Specific Network Attacks

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_04_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Examine in more detail some specific network attacks and how to categorize and identify them.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: TACACS+

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_15_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Remote authentication simplifies securing access over a larger network. Explore using TACACS+ for remote access control over network devices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Threat Mitigation for Email, Web, and Endpoints

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_34_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover how to mitigate threats for email, web, and endpoints using technologies such as Cisco Email Cloud Security, Cisco ESA, Cisco Cloud Web Security, Cisco WSA, Cisco ISE, and Cisco AMP for Endpoints.



Target

Prerequisites: none

IINS 3.0: Zone-Based Firewall Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccnastv_29_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the use of zone-based firewall on a Cisco router, why to use zones, using zone pairs, and how to configure zone-based firewall. The concept and configuration of self zones is also covered.



Target

Prerequisites: none

TestPrep 210-260 Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS)

Course Number:
cc_seci_a01_tp_enus
Lesson Objectives

TestPrep 210-260 Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS)

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Overview/Description
To test your knowledge on the skills and competencies being measured by the vendor certification exam. TestPrep can be taken in either Study or Certification mode. Study mode is designed to maximize learning by not only testing your knowledge of the material, but also by providing additional information on the topics presented. Certification mode is designed to test your knowledge of the material within a structured testing environment, providing valuable feedback at the end of the test.

Target Audience
Individuals seeking practice in a structured testing environment, covering the skills and competencies being measured by the vendor certification exam.

Prerequisites: none

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