Nov
29

CCIE Technology v5 Technologies: Network Management Security is the ninth installment of our CCIE Security v5 Technology series. This course focuses on various features commonly deployed to protect the Management Plane, including fundamental network infrastructure hardening techniques, logging, or Management Plane protocol security.

 

 

Key Topics Covered Include:
  • Securing Administrative Access
  • Management Plane Protection
  • Logging
  • Securing SNMP
  • Securing NTP
Oct
11

This Routing Protocol Security course was created by Piotr Kaluzny and is 1 hour and 45 minutes long. It consists of multiple videos in which the instructor discusses all relevant theoretical concepts and technologies, (in-depth explanations, whiteboarding) and demonstrates how to implement them on the current CCIE Security v5 lab exam hardware.


Why You Should Watch

Security is no longer just an “important” component of an organization. A constantly increasing number of aggressive cyber criminals launch their attacks not only from the outside, but also inside organizations, making security an inherent component of any modern network/system design.

This course, like all other courses that are part of the “CCIE Security v5 Technologies” series, is meant to teach you Cisco security technologies and solutions using the latest industry best-practices to secure systems and environments against modern security risks, threats, vulnerabilities, and requirements.

 

Who Should Watch

This course is intended for students preparing for their CCNA/CCNP/CCIE security exams. It is also great for experienced Network (Security) Engineers, or Administrators, looking to refresh their knowledge of important network security concepts before moving forward with other certifications.

 

What You’ll Learn

This course will help you understand the different methods used to secure routing protocols in a network infrastructure. The course focuses on EIGRP, OSPF & BGP for IPv4 and IPv6 and includes a discussion on the newest routing security features recently added to the IOS code.

 

About The Instructor

Piotr Kaluzny has been in the IT field since 2002 when he was exposed to networking and programming during his studies. His career in production networks began in 2007, right after graduating with MSc in Computer Science. Piotr quickly progressed his career by working for multiple enterprise and non-enterprise companies in different routing & switching and security roles, with his responsibilities ranging from operations and engineering, to consulting and management.

Since the beginning, Piotr has been heavily focused on the Security track to finally prove his skills in 2009 by passing the CCIE security certification exam (#25565) on the first attempt (he also holds R&S and Security CCNP and CCNA certifications).

Piotr already has an extensive background as a Senior Technical Instructor. For the past several years he has been solely responsible for designing, developing and conducting CCNA, CCNP and CCIE training courses for one of the largest and most respected Cisco training companies in the world.

Jul
09

This course was created by Piotr Kaluzny and is 2 hours and 32 minutes long. It consists of multiple videos where the Instructor discusses all relevant theoretical concepts and technologies, (in-depth explanations, whiteboarding) and shows how to implement them on the current CCIE Security v5 lab exam hardware.




Why You Should Watch:

 

Security is no longer just an “important” component of an organization. A constantly-increasing number of aggressive cyber criminals launch their attacks not only from the outside, but also inside of the organization, making security an inherent component of any modern network/system design.

This course, like all other courses that are part of the “CCIE Security v5 Technologies” series, is meant to teach you Cisco security technologies and solutions using the latest industry best practices to secure systems and environments against modern security risks, threats, vulnerabilities, and requirements.


Who Should Watch:

 

This course is not only intended for students preparing to the current CCNA/CCNP/CCIE Security exam, but also for experienced Network (Security) Engineers or Administrators looking to refresh their knowledge on important Network Security concepts before moving forward with other certifications.


What You'll Learn:

 

By completing this course, you will understand and learn about the different Layer 2 attacks and mitigation techniques, such as attacks on STP and switching infrastructure, Dynamic ARP Inspection, DHCP Snooping, IP Source Guard, Storm Control, Private VLANs or Protocol Storm Protection.


About the Instructor

 

Piotr Kaluzny has been in the IT field since 2002 when he was exposed to networking and programming during his studies. His career in production networks began in 2007, right after graduating with MSc in Computer Science. Piotr quickly progressed his career by working for multiple enterprise and non-enterprise companies in different Routing and Switching and Security roles, with his responsibilities ranging from operations and engineering to consulting and management.



Since the very beginning Piotr has been heavily focused on the Security track to finally prove his skills in 2009 by passing the CCIE Security certification exam (#25565) in the first attempt (he also holds R&S and Security CCNP and CCNA certifications).



Piotr already has an extensive background as a Senior Technical Instructor. For the past several years he has been solely responsible for designing, developing and conducting CCNA, CCNP and CCIE training courses for one of the largest and most respected Cisco training company in the world.

May
29

Check out our latest edition to the INE Library - CCIE Security v5 Technologies: IKEv1 IPsec VPN. This is the latest installment of our CCIE Security v5 technologies series, and focuses on Internet Key Exchange version 1 (IKEv1), Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) and related topics.

 


About this Course:

This course is taught by Piotr Kaluzny and is 2 hours and 27 minutes long. This course is part of a thirty video series covering the CCIE Security v5 Blueprint.


What You'll Learn:

The course starts with a discussion of basic VPN concepts, followed by a detailed overview of the protocols and hands-on demonstrations. This course also serves as an introduction to more advanced VPN technologies, such as DMVPN or GETVPN.

You can view this course by visiting our streaming site or by purchasing the course at ine.com.

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