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CCNA - Security
State of the Industry

The main aim of this certification is to provide professionals with a complete understanding of core security concepts and the implementation process behind a secure network infrastructure. Participants are introduced to VPN encryption, firewalls and intrusion prevention. A brief overview of web and email content security and endpoint security is also provided. At the end of the course, participants are able to install, troubleshoot and monitor a secure network so as to maintain the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data and devices.

Instructor Led


Cisco – CCNA Security

Introduction to security principles.
Security threats.
Network topologies.

Secure management.
Authentication, authorization and accounting.
C802.1X authentication.
BYOD architecture.

Introduction to VPN concepts.
Remote Access VPN.
Site-to-site VPN.

Introduction to security on Cisco routers.
Securing routing protocols and control plane.
Common layer 2 attacks.
Mitigation procedures.
VLAN security.

Introduction to firewall technologies.
Various types of firewalls.
NAT on Cisco ASA 9.x.
Zone-based firewall.
Firewall features on Cisco ASA.

IPS deployment considerations.
IPS technologies.
Mitigation technology for email-based threats.
Mitigation technology for web-based threats.
Mitigation technology for endpoint threats.


Eligibility and Requirements

Any other related and relevant experience, such as a background in networking, would be a great asset but is not compulsory

Implementing Cisco Network Security (210-260 IINS)



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Montreal College offers a new session every four months, i.e., in October (fall session), February (winter session) and June (summer session). Students are encouraged to register at least 2 to 16 weeks in advance. Please note that many programs fill up before the registration deadline.