You are on page 1of 16

CCNA Security

April 9, 2009

Presentation_ID

© 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Cisco Confidential

1

All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2 .Agenda  CCNA Security Overview  Target Audience  Course Design  Equipment Requirements  Enrollment and Training  Release Dates and Availability  Communications and Resources  Q&A Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc.

troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity. needed for entry-level job roles in network security  Teaches installation. confidentiality and availability of data and devices  Can be offered as an independent course or integrated into a degree program  Prepares students for CCNA Security certification (IINS 640-553 exam)  CCNA Security course IS NOT a replacement for the current Network Security 1 and Network Security 2 (NS1 and NS2) courses Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.CCNA Security Overview  A new course that provides students with in-depth network security education and a comprehensive understanding of network security concepts  Provides students with hands-on knowledge and skills. Cisco Confidential 3 . Inc. emphasizing practical experience.

Cisco Confidential 4 . and mitigate potential security threats  Prepare for the CCNA Security certification exam  Start or build a career in network security  Differentiate themselves in the market with specialized skills and expertise to achieve success Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.Benefits for Students CCNA Security helps students:  Gain an introduction to core security concepts and how to develop security policies and mitigate risks  Acquire the skills needed to develop a security infrastructure. recognize vulnerabilities to networks. All rights reserved. Inc.

All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5 . Inc.Cisco Networking Academy Curricula Portfolio Networking for Home and Small Businesses Working at a Small-to-Medium Business or ISP Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise Network Fundamentals Routing Protocols and Concepts CCNA Security Building Scalable Internetworks Implementing Secured Converged Wide-Area Networks Building Multilayer Switched Networks Optimizing Converged Networks Network Professional Network Specialist Network Associate Network Technician IT Technician IT Essentials IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software LAN Switching and Wireless Accessing the WAN Designing and Supporting Computer Networks CCNP CCNP Security CCNA Discovery CCNA Exploration Packet Tracer Student Networking Knowledge and Skills Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.

All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6 . Inc.Security Certifications Professional-level Cisco Certified Security Professional (CCSP) Certification Revised CCSP Certification Associate-level CCNA Security Certification CCNA Security Course SND Network Security 1 & 2 (NS1/NS2) Courses IINS (640-553) SNRS SNPA SNRS SNAF CCNA certification is a pre-requisite for CCNA Security certification IPS IPS Elective Exam Presentation_ID Elective Exam © 2009 Cisco Systems.

CCNA Security Target Audience  Career starters seeking career-oriented. technical schools) Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. entry-level security specialist skills  Working IT professionals looking to expand their core routing and switching skills to change or enhance their career  Students in technical degree programs at institutions of higher education (colleges. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7 . Inc. universities.

Inc. 1 skills based assessment  Balance of theory. and application  Available in English only. All rights reserved. not embedded in the GUI  9 end of chapter exams. no translated versions are planned Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.zip files downloaded from AC.Course Design  One semester long course  Same Graphical User Interface (GUI) as the CCNA Discovery and CCNA Exploration curricula  Enabled for both ILT and Blended Distance Learning (BDL) delivery  9 Chapters  At least 1 complex hands-on lab per chapter and Packet Tracer activities Provided as separate . Cisco Confidential 8 . hands-on practice. 1 final exam.

DTE Male to Smart Serial.35 Cable. Inc. Cisco Cisco Part Number CISCO1841 MEM1841-64D Qty. DCE Female to Smart Serial.bin 2 3 2 2 3 3 2 Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. 10 Feet Catalyst 2960 24 10/100 + 2 1000BT LAN Base Image (Optional) Rackmount Kit for the 1841 Cisco IOS Release 12. All rights reserved.35 Cable.124-20. 32 FL/128 DR 128 to 192MB SODIMM DRAM factory upgrade for the Cisco 1841 64MB Cisco 1800 Compact Flash Memory 2-Port Async/Sync Serial WAN Interface Card V. Cisco Confidential 9 . 2 WAN slots. 3 2 Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco MEM1800-64CF WIC-2A/S or WIC-2T CAB-SS-V35MT CAB-SS-V35FC WS-C2960-24TT-L ACS-1841-RM-19 c1841-advipservicesk9mz.4(20)T1 Advanced IP Services Mfr.Equipment Requirements  Goal is to minimize equipment costs Uses CCNA Discovery/CCNA Exploration equipment bundle and topology NetLab compatible topology—enabled for remote operation  Additional investment required for memory upgrade and Advanced IOS images Description Modular Router w/2xFE. 10 Feet V.T1.

create and implement a comprehensive security policy. Cryptographic Systems Goal: Describe methods for implementing data confidentiality and integrity. Managing A Secure Network Goal: Given the security needs of an enterprise. 9 Authentication. All rights reserved. 8 Ch. Authorization and Accounting Goal: Securing administrative access with AAA. 1 Ch. Ch. 6 Ch. and the basics of securing a network. 3 Ch. Securing Network Devices Goal: Securing administrative access on Cisco routers. Implementing Virtual Private Networks Goal: Implement secure virtual private networks. Implementing Firewall Technologies Goal: Implement firewall technologies to secure the network perimeter. Cisco Confidential 10 .CCNA Security Course Outline Course Chapters and Goals Ch. 2 Modern Network Security Threats Goal: Explain network threats. mitigation techniques. 4 Ch. 5 Ch. Inc. Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. 7 Ch. Securing the Local Area Network Goal: Describe LAN security considerations and implement endpoint and Layer 2 security features. Implementing Intrusion Prevention Goal: Configure IPS to mitigate attacks on the network.

in-person. NS2 or CCNP: ISCW instructors Existing NS1. remote or blended (3-day in-person) delivery formats BDL Best Practices guide developed to provide guidelines on how to deliver course in a BDL environment  Training Support – CCNA Security Training Centers established in each region to provide instructor training. Cisco Confidential 11 . CLI will conduct training for CCNA Security Training Centers in 100% remote format Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc. Fast track possible with evidence of CCNA Security or higher certification or industry experience Recommended for existing NS1. NS2 or CCNP: ISCW instructors allowed to teach CCNA Security course  Instructor Training 40-hr training .Enrollment and Training  Student enrollment prerequisite: CCNA-level knowledge and skills required  Instructor Training guidelines: CCNA-level knowledge and skills required Required for new CCNA Security instructors.

CCNA Security Release Dates and Availability Early January 2009 Draft Scope and Sequence Mid-April 2009 Beta Release of student course:  For instructor training and preview purposes End of July 2009 General Availability (GA) Release—student and instructor materials: • Released at same time with Packet Tracer v5. Cisco Confidential 12 . Inc. All rights reserved.2 GA • Use for teaching student classes Mar 2009 Virtual SMT for Beta Release End of Jun 2009 Virtual SMT for GA Release Jan Mar Apr Jun Jul 2009 Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems.

Communications and Resources  Announcements sent via email to all instructors New CCNA Security Course announced – Sep 2008 Current NS1 and NS2 courses move to unsupported – Sep 2008 CCNA Security course availability announced – Oct 2008  Latest documents are posted on CCNA Security Course Catalog page in Academy Connection CCNA Security Scope & Sequence CCNA Security FAQs  Certification Information CCNA Concentrations Q&A CCNA Security certification Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13 .

Cisco Confidential 14 .Q and A Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc.

Inc. Cisco Confidential 15 .Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved.Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems. Cisco Confidential 16 . Inc.

3/4.42570038.4$89028 3.3/90-.98 29.70..7-02094/814725020393/. 79870807.:73.3. !708039..080.:70903094750720907 25020393397:843!70./23897.90.84180.943 :947.0.9009478 4.3/.943*  8.438/07.3/250203903/5439.5.:7954.0947 4.79:.03943 4.474:9078 :9039.30947 $0.0780.9.3/.36:08 .$0...039080.94390.943.3/39079 25020393'79:.4:393 4..!7.3/2502039.250203980.:73904.:70.3039075780 .9:708 75947.088438.:73.:73.08.431:70!$9429.%0.8..  .08 4.0/ 8.90.57.34408 4..330947970.9.8439030947 $0.$89028 4.9.3$0.:79./23897..:79300/841.5.90309478 .0889 2502039370.0..:7309470..$0..:7910.344089480.90..431/039.70.:794:780 :930 4:780.59078.8                   4/0730947$0...2502039170.08.$0.9.:700947 4.4431/039.98 4.:79%70.7-080.99.9438.

9478.9 !708039.3/88706:70/ #06:70/ 14730$0.0 #0.7432039 %7.947%7.$0.33147$0.33 3 507843 70249047-03/0/  /.5488-090.43/:.33:/0308  0..08:/0/0../0 3897:.4:780 3897:.9.943*  8.40/ 9490.33$:55479 $0.:79%7.33./03.4:7803.0/ 8.0340/0.0450/94574.:79.:79%7.4431/039.997.0791..33  797.947%7.  ..0340/0.3/88706:70/ 3897:.33 $9:/03903742039570706:890 0.9478.9478 893$ $47!$3897:.94797.3/%7..704394574.:793897:. 79870807.33039078089.42203/0/ 1470893$ $47!$3897:.041$0.:7947 07.071472.4$89028 3.07.943473/:897050703.330390783  7024901472.3742039./0:/030843494/0.3 507843 /0.98 089!7.-80/30.8997. 03.

943*  8.$0.3/ 3897:.804189:/039.80 3/41:3  '79:..3/$06:03.7  '79:. #00.209209!.05:754808 3/41:  0307.:79 #00.9472.4:780 473897:..80.$%14709.80 .0/ 8..3:.09%7. 79870807.$%147 #00.-9 .908.389:/039..94797.7  7..8 W #00..7.450.33.19$.-9  #00.3/.3/570.7 57 :3 :   !708039.4431/039.3 .0 / 57  09.#00..80 89:/039.907.07.4$89028 3.  .80/..98.8808 ..  W &8014790.

9478 0$0.0397..:79.3897:.0203988039./024330.4$89028 3.4:780824..450 $06:03.943 $0.:20398.4:780.9438.0/ $05  :77039$.:79 4:780.9089/4.943 43.:79"8 0791.:79$.9438"  $0.3/$.45.94331472..94.  .094:38:554790/ $05  $0.3/#084:7.9..9  ..0791.:794:780..:79. 79870807.7054890/43$0.0 $0.03.0/ 8.08 334:3.334:3..02.-9.422:3.334:3.0/ .943*  8.4431/039..943 !708039.

".0/ 8.943*  8.4431/039.4$89028 3.3/ !708039.  . 79870807.

  .!708039.4431/039.0/ 8.4$89028 3.943*  8. 79870807.

!708039.943*  8. 79870807.4$89028 3.0/ 8.4431/039.  .