CCIE

Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert

Security



Course Description


The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Security (CCIE Security) program recognizes security experts who have the knowledge and skills to architect, engineer, implement, troubleshoot, and support the full suite of Cisco security technologies and solutions using the latest industry best practices to secure systems and environments against modern security risks, threats, vulnerabilities, and requirements.

Learn

    • Perimeter Security and Intrusion Prevention
    • Advanced Threat Protection and Content Security
    • Secure Connectivity and Segmentation
    • Identity Management, Information Exchange, and Access Control
    • Infrastructure Security, Virtualization, and Automation
    • Evolving Technologies v1.1

Prerequisites

It is recommended that a Trainee has the following knowledge and skills before attending this course:

    • CCNA and CCNP Security knowledge
    • No formal certification is required to give CCIE examination

How You Will Benefit

Upon completing this course, the Trainee will be able to meet these overall objectives:

    • Get expertise managing and creating end-to-end secure networks.
    • Understand how infrastructure components interoperate.
    • Translate functional requirements into specific device configurations.


Note: You must pass the two-hour, written qualification exam covering network security concepts and some equipment commands before you are eligible to schedule the lab exam.

The eight-hour lab exam tests your ability to get a secure network running in a timed test situation. You must make an initial attempt of the CCIE lab exam within 18-months of passing the CCIE written exam. Candidates who do not pass must reattempt the lab exam within 12 months of their last scored attempt in order for their written exam to remain valid. If you do not pass the lab exam within three years of passing the written exam, you must retake the written exam before being allowed to attempt the lab exam again.




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