CCNA Security (210-260) Portable Command Guide (2nd Edition) by Bob Vachon

By Bob Vachon

Preparing for the most recent CCNA protection examination? listed here are all  the CCNA safeguard (210-260) instructions you would like in a single condensed, moveable source. full of worthwhile, easy-to-access details, the CCNA defense transportable Command advisor, is transportable sufficient so you might use even if you’re within the server room or the gear closet.

Completely up-to-date to mirror the hot CCNA protection 210-260 examination, this fast reference summarizes proper Cisco IOS® software program instructions, key phrases, command arguments, and linked activates, and gives guidance and examples for using those instructions to real-world defense demanding situations. Configuration examples, all through, supply an excellent deeper knowing of ways to take advantage of IOS to guard networks.

Topics coated include

  • Networking protection basics: innovations, regulations, strategy
  •  Protecting community infrastructure: community foundations, safeguard administration planes/access; info planes (Catalyst switches and IPv6)
  •  Threat control/containment: maintaining endpoints and content material; configuring ACLs, zone-based firewalls, and Cisco IOS IPS
  •  Secure connectivity: VPNs, cryptology, uneven encryption, PKI, IPsec VPNs, and site-to-site VPN configuration
  •  ASA community safeguard: ASA/ASDM options; configuring ASA easy settings, complicated settings, and VPNs

 Access all CCNA protection instructions: use as a brief, offline source for learn and strategies

  • Logical how-to subject groupings supply one-stop learn
  • Great for overview sooner than CCNA safety certification tests
  • Compact measurement makes it effortless to hold with you, anyplace you cross
  •  “Create your individual magazine” part with clean, covered pages lets you customize the ebook on your wishes
  •  “What do you need to Do?” chart contained in the entrance hide lets you quick reference particular tasks

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Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks An attacker can enlist a network of controlled hosts to create a distributed DoS (DDoS) attack. DDoS attacks are more effective than DoS attacks. DDoS attacks require the following: Bots This is self-propagating malware designed to infect a host and make it surrender control to an attacker’s command and control server. Bots can also log keystrokes, gather usernames and passwords, capture packets, and more. Botnets Describes a collection of compromised zombie systems that are running bots.

It can also be configured to limit which other network device to connect to by applying an ACL to an outbound access-class line configuration command. Use only secure management protocols Define a network policy to use only secure network management protocols such as SSH instead of Telnet, HTTPS instead of HTTP, and SNMPv3 (authPriv mode) instead of earlier versions of SNMP. Management Plane Security 39 Role-Based Access Control RBAC restricts user access based on the role of the user. Roles are created for job or task functions and assigned access permissions to specific assets.

Traffic from the authenticated user is tagged with its specific SGT. Network devices along the data path read this tag and enforce its associated policy by restricting access to predetermined network destinations and resources. The devices do so by using SGACLs. 3. TrustSec can also provide data confidentiality by using MACSec. For example, if a policy requires that data should be secured, Cisco TrustSec understands this policy and dynamically encrypts the user data. Threat Control and Containment 31 Cisco AnyConnect Cisco AnyConnect protects mobile employees on PC-based or smartphone platforms using an SSL or IP Security (IPsec) virtual private network (VPN) to deliver a more seamless, always-on, and always-protected experience to end users, while enabling IT administrators to enforce policies and block malware with cloud-based or hybrid web security.

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