During the Cisco CCNA Security course, you will learn about the creation, implementation and maintenance of an all-inclusive security policy by utilising Cisco IOS security features. The course will also teach students to implement security technologies and concepts using routers, switches and firewalls and how to configure site-to-site VPNs.
CISCO CCNA SECURITY
|Accredited by: Cisco|
|Access: 12 Months|
|Type: Online Course|
Overview of this Cisco CCNA Security Course
What you will learn
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Course Certification Details
Cisco CCNA Security Course Assessment
To earn your Cisco CCNA Security qualification you will be required to study the course and pass the exam for the course. After passing the exam, you will earn the CCNA Security certification.
The exam associated with this official Cisco certification is:
- Exam 210-260: Implementing Cisco Network Security
Cisco CCNA Security Course Requirements
You will need to have gained the Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 certification to write the Cisco CCNA Security exam.
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Career Path Opportunities
The Cisco CCNA Security course is suited for anyone looking to work in any of the following roles:
- Network Engineer
- Network Implementation Engineer
- Network Administrator
- Network Consultant
- Network Installation Engineer
- Network Services Engineer
Frequently Asked Cisco CCNA Security Course Questions
QUESTION What is the length of the CCNA Security exam?
The CCNA Security exam (210-260) is 90min in length and will be comprised of 60-70 questions.
QUESTION Can I take my CCNA Security exams online?
No. The CCNA Security exams must be taken at a Cisco authorised training centre.
QUESTION Will my CCNA Security certification need to be recertified?
Yes. The CCNA Security certification is valid for three years after passing the exam and after that time you will simply need to write one exam to recertify.
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Cisco 210-260 IINS: Implementing Cisco Network Security
- 1.1 Course Introduction
- 1.2 Network Review Part 1
- 1.3 Network Review Part 2
- 1.4 Network Review Part 3
- 1.5 Network Review Part 4
- 2.1 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 1
- 2.2 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 2
- 2.3 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 3
- 2.4 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 4
- 2.5 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 5
- 2.6 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 6
- 2.7 Terminology And Fundamentals Part 7
- 5.1 Bring Your Own Device Part 1
- 5.2 Bring Your Own Device Part 2
- 5.3 Bring Your Own Device Part 3
- 6.1 Secure Access Part 1
- 6.2 Secure Access Part 2
- 6.3 Secure Access Part 3
- 6.4 Secure Access Demo
- 7.1 VPN Concepts Part 1
- 7.2 VPN Concepts Part 2
- 7.3 Remote Access VPNs Part 1
- 7.4 Remote Access VPNs Part 2
- 7.5 Site To Site VPNs
- 8.1 Secure Routing And Switching Part 1
- 8.2 Secure Routing And Switching Part 2
- 8.3 Secure Routing And Switching Demo 1
- 8.4 Secure Routing And Switching Demo 2
- 8.5 Layer 2 Attacks Part 1
- 8.6 Layer 2 Attacks Part 2
- 8.7 Layer 2 Attacks Part 3
- 8.8 Mitigation Part 1
- 8.9 Mitigation Part 2
- 9.1 Firewall Technologies Part 1
- 9.2 Firewall Technologies Part 2
- 9.3 Implementing NAT Part 1
- 9.4 Implementing NAT Part 2
- 9.5 Zone-Based Firewall
- 9.6 Firewall Features On The ASA Part 1
- 9.7 Firewall Features On The ASA Part 2
- 9.8 Firewall Features On The ASA Part 3
- 10.1 Intrusion Protection System Part 1
- 10.2 Intrusion Protection System Part 2