Archive for March, 2018


This course covers the CompTIA 220-902 exam objectives. It is ideal for technical support personnel, help desk technicians, computer technicians, junior system administrators and anyone looking to build the necessary skill set required to achieve the CompTIA A+ certification.


This course is taught by Phillip Inshanally and is 4 hours and 20 minutes long. Interested in watching? All Access Pass members can view this course by logging into their INE streaming account. For those who are not All Access Pass members, you can purchase this course at

About The Instructor:
Phillip has been in the IT Industry for over 17 years and gained much experience consulting, designing, planning, implementing and documenting various network environments. Phillip has worked on deployments for local and global backbone projects with multiple networks on an enterprise and ISP level. Throughout his career, Phillip has also had the opportunity to work with many protocols including: Cisco PAR, Cisco BNG, OSPF, OSPFv3, EIGRP, EIGRPv6, ISIS, BGP, L2VPN, MPLS L3VPN, VPLS, QoS,GPON, E1, ADSL,SHDSL, Switching, DMVPN, IPSEC, VMAN, EAPS,REP, and ERPS.


This course is part of INE’s CCIE Security v5 Technology Series. This series consists of several modules focused on many different aspects of the Group Encrypted Transport VPN (GETVPN) technology, such as operations, configuration, and redundancy. The course covers all important and exam-relevant topics and technologies, including GETVPN Data & Control Plane Components, Registration, IPv6 support, COOP KS, G-IKEv2, implementation, verification, and more, such as design considerations.


This course is taught by Poitr Kaluzny and is 2 hours and 38 minutes long. For those who are INE All Access Pass members, you can watch this course on the streaming site. This course is also available for purchase at

About The Instructor

Piotr Kaluzny started his networking career during his studies. He was able to get his first job in production right after graduating in 2007 (Piotr holds MSc in Computer Science). He progressed his career by working in different routing & switching and security roles, with responsibilities ranging from operations and engineering to consulting and management. Since the beginning, Piotr has focused heavily on the security track. He passed the CCIE Security certification exam (#25565) in 2009 on his first attempt.

Piotr already has an extensive background as a senior technical instructor. For the past several years he has designed, developed and taught CCNA, CCNP and CCIE training courses for one of the largest, and most respected Cisco training companies in the world.


Tomorrow, March 15th, we will air our March 2018 Networking Technologies Live Session with Keith Bogart. This course is designed for those with absolutely no knowledge of computer networks, but who would like to learn more and possibly head down a career path working on computer networks.


    March 16, 2018 10 am PST/ 1 pm EST

    Instructor Info:
    This Course is taught by Keith Bogart, CCIE #4923. Keith started his networking career as customer service representative at Cisco Systems in 1996. His desire to learn more soon led him to a position as a Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) engineer on the “Dial-Access” team, and within six months he had obtained his Dial-ISP CCIE. He later became a network consulting engineer and obtained his CCNA certification while teaching the technologies to Cisco employees during his lunch breaks. Keith was the first instructor on Cisco’s TAC Training team, where he taught a wide range of internetworking topics and later developed and taught other courses such as routing protocols, LAN switching, MPLS, 802.1x, and CCNA. After almost 17 years with Cisco, Keith joined a small startup and focused on 802.11 Wi-Fi technologies, during which time he obtained his CWNA certification. He is now very happy to be working with INE as an instructor for Routing & Switching.

    Who Should Watch:
    Anyone with little to no knowledge about the IT and networking industry that would like to learn more.

    Why You Should Watch:
    This live session will allow you to find out more about what a computer network is, what types of things it can be used for, and what types of careers are available for those who want to design, install, monitor, and troubleshoot networks by asking questions, and discussing these topics with an industry expert.

The OSCP Security Technology course is for those interested in learning advanced ethical hacking and penetration testing. This course is designed to prepare students to for the Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK) course offered by Offensive Security. The PWK course is a prerequisite to the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) exam. Students should be familiar with Linux command line, Bash and Python scripting, and basic networking concepts before attempting the course.


This Course is 9 hours and 22 minutes long and taught by Heath Adams. You can view the full OSCP course on our streaming site.

About The Instructor:

Heath Adams is a cybersecurity professional. He currently holds the OSCP, OSWP, CEH, CCNA, Security+, Linux+, Network+, and A+ certifications. When he is not developing courses with INE, he spends his work life as a senior network engineer with a national lab in the United States. He is also currently an Army Officer in the Reserves.

In his free time, Heath enjoys spending time with his fiance and their 4 animal children. He enjoys playing video games, running, playing the guitar, watching sports, and binge-watching more TV shows than he should admit.


Don’t forget to watch Keith Bogart’s live CCNA/CCNP Q&A session TODAY at 1pm!


During this live Q&A Keith bogart will answer all of your questions about the Cisco CCNA and CCNP Routing and Switching exams. Check back at 1 pm (EST) to get all of your questions answered by an industry expert.


Watch our March 2018 CCNA Kickoff Session with Keith Bogart TOMORROW at 1:30 PM EST.


This kickoff session for those who are interested in, or have started to study for the CCNA certification. In this free session, we will cover common trouble areas that most people experience when getting started with their certification. Topics include: how to approach making a study schedule, strategies for not becoming overwhelmed during the study process, deciding whether to take one test or two to get your CCNA, what to expect when you walk into the testing center, which topics to study and how in depth, and what study tools can be useful. Keith will also discuss the testing experience and the CCNA Certification test format.

When: March 7th at 10:30 am PST/ 1:30 pm EST

Estimated Length: 3 hours

Instructor: Keith Bogart CCIE #4923

Cost: FREE


Last week we added Certified Ethical Hacker Module 7: Sniffing to our video Library. This is the 7th video to be released as part of an 18 video CEH course series. All Access Pass members can watch Module 7 by logging into their All Access Pass account. For those who are not members, you can buy the series here.


Why You Should Watch:
Attaining sniffing capabilities is a great achievement for hackers, because even when it’s difficult to get there, the rewards might be worth the risk.

About The Course:
This is the 7th of 18 video courses in our CEH v9 Technology Course series and will prepare viewers for the sniffing portion of the Certified Ethical Hacker v9 Exam. This Module is 3 hours in length and is taught by Josué Vargas.

What You’ll Learn:
During this module you will learn about gathering valuable data through sniffing techniques. You will learn LAN based and Internet based sniffing attacks and even use an experimental setting in Wireshark as a remote sniffing tool.

About The Instructor:
Josué Vargas is a networks and security engineer and also owns his own company in Costa Rica, Netquarks Technologies S.R.L. He started law school, but soon realized this wasn’t the path for him. While working in the call center industry he discovered Cisco and started researching careers in the IT industry. Josué quickly began taking classes and became CCNA, CCNP and CCDA Security certified. Later, he took a detour towards Juniper Technologies where he achieved JNCIP-Sec and JNCIP-ENT. He was then recruited by IBM to become a deployment and integration engineer for Managed Security Services, where he obtained his CEH certification. This career allowed him to discover the world of information security, the discipline that would take him to Africa as a consultant, to INE as an instructor and to build an entire SOC from scratch. Outside of work, Josué enjoys music, travelling, learning languages and trying all sorts of food.


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