This course corresponds to the security fundaments portion of the 200-301 CCNA exam.
- Security principles and terms
- SIEM technology
- Common security threats
- Social engineering
- Data loss prevention
- Cryptographic concepts
- Symmetric and asymmetric encryption
- Hash algorithms
- Network topologies, CAN, WAN, and SOHO
- Securing a virtual environment
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] Cybersecurity specialists are one of the most in-demand jobs today. Organizations need employees with specialized security knowledge. In this course I'll cover security principles such as the CIA Triad, common security threats such as social engineering, malware, and active and passive attacks. I'll review cryptographic techniques such as encryption, hashing, and digital signatures along with describing various network topologies such as a campus area network, wide area network, and virtual environments. Hello. My name is Lisa Bock and I'm a security ambassador. I am super excited to bring you this series on CCNA network security and this section on security concepts so that you can improve your skills in configuration and maintenance of Cisco devices to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization's infrastructure. Are you ready? Let's get started.
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What you need to know1m 19s
1. Security Principles
2. Common Security Threats
4. Describe Network Topologies
Next steps1m 11s
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