Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security
Standard Price: $ 3095.00
Course Length: 5 days
This course provides advanced training on the key Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) 9.x features including the following:
This four-day course covers the knowledge and skills needed to design, install, configure and maintain a Cisco IPS sensor for small, medium and enterprise networks. The course also describes the procedures for managing intrusion prevention system (IPS alarms).
In this course, you will learn how to troubleshoot Cisco wireless networks. In addition, you will learn about the guidelines for troubleshooting Wi-Fi architectures of Cisco wireless components. Hands-on labs are designed to reinforce concepts such as troubleshooting Cisco AireOS Release 8.0, Cisco Prime Infrastructure Release 2.2, and Cisco Identity Services Engine (Cisco ISE) Release 1.3 features.
Cisco CCNP Wireless certification addresses the need for designing, implementing, and operating Cisco Wireless networks and mobility infrastructures. CCNP Wireless certification emphasizes wireless networking principles and theory.
Note: For the classroom version of this course, laptops are provided to participate in the hands-on labs.ï¿½If you are attending the virtual version or desire to use your own laptop, please bring a laptop computer with an Ethernet port as well as an internal wireless NIC, 802.11a/b/g/n. Access to the remote labs requires a browser that supports Java and permissions to open RDP or encrypted (RDP443) RDP sessions.ï¿½If your browser does not support Java, you will need administrator rights to the laptop to install the software.
The Cisco Security Monitoring Analysis and Response System (CS-MARS) is part of the Cisco Security Management Suite which provides security monitoring for network security devices and host application made by Cisco or non-Cisco providers. In addition to event correlation and data reduction features found in SIM products, CS-MARS also provides topology awareness and automatic mitigation features. In knowing the topology of a network, CS-MARS can determine where the attack is originating and apply the appropriate remediation. CS-MARS is a key component in the Cisco Self Defending Network strategy. CS-MARS exchanges information with CS-Manager to provide a unified security management solution. For example, an administrator can view IPS signatures or the Firewall block / permit syslog messages received from sensors or firewalls. CS-MARS will communicate with CS-Manager and display the IPS signature table or firewall rule table. From there the IPS signature or firewall rule can be modified as necessary. Together CS-MARS and CS-Manager provide a unified management solution for monitoring and provisioning.