Check Out Our Newest Course: CCNA Cyber Ops Technology: SECFND 210-250
Last week we added a new CCNA Cyber Ops Course. This course is available to AAP members through your members and to everyone else through ine.com
Why You Should Watch:
Cisco's CCNA Cyber Ops certification provides individuals with the knowledge to identify and respond to security incidents. This certification provides a path to working in a Security Operations Center (SOC) and security positions. As a CCNA level certification, Cyber Ops provides introductory knowledge so one may be aware of the security landscape, understand security concepts and general networking.
About the Course:
This course will cover the exam topics of the Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND 210-250) Exam.This course is taught by Andrew Crouthamel and is 7 hours and 32 minutes long.
What You'll Learn:
We will dive into topics such as networking concepts and IP addressing, as well as security concepts including access control models, risk assessment and the CIA triad. We will also review cryptography methods and host-based analysis details, as well as security monitoring tools and attack methods used by threat actors.
About the Author:
Andrew is a seasoned IT engineer with over 12 years of experience. He started out in IT as an assistant computer technician, blowing dust out of computers for a school district, moving up through the ranks to systems administrator, network engineer, and IT Manager. He currently works for an international satellite communications company, ensuring LAN and WAN connectivity for a large network of ground stations and customers such as NASA, ESA, JAXA, Boeing, The U.S. Air Force, and more. Andrew holds numerous Cisco and CompTIA certifications, and is a part-time Cisco Instructor.
Andrew's hobbies outside of technology include many outdoor activities, such as hiking and canoeing. He is currently learning woodworking and is working on a 17' cedar wood-strip canoe in his garage, much to his wife's dismay. He lives in Pennsylvania, where his family has been for generations, dating back to 1754. Andrew lives with his wife, young daughter and too many pets