Secure Design Principles for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

This course is part 1 of 6 in the Cisco CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS exam learning path. Secure network design is an essential skill for all network security engineers. This course covers the fundamental elements of Cisco Secure Network Designs, and prepares CCNP Security candidates for this exam topic.
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(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jan 2, 2015
Duration
2h 13m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jan 2, 2015
Duration
2h 13m
Description

Secure network design is an integral part of today's networks. As threats continue to develop, our network designs must factor in the latest security components and capabilities. This course covers Cisco security architectures and solutions while preparing CCNP Security candidates in the process. Each module covers a different aspect of network security design, including tools and documentation available today, and an overview of the Cisco TrustSec solution.

About the author
About the author

Brandon is a CCIE (Security, #23837), Cisco Press author, and has over 13 years experience as a Cisco Instructor.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Network Security Zoning
Welcome to Network Security Zoning. For those of you pursuing the CCNP Security, this topic exists in the CCNP Security SENSS exam, and it relates to all exams within the CCNP Security Program. The topic of architecture is beneficial to anyone who deals with network security, especially network security consultants regardless of whether you plan to take the SENSS exam or not. So here's what we're going to cover in this module. First, we're going to lay out what network security zoning is, and then we'll look at the network zoning implementation model, and we'll examine a graphic with zones defined, and their purpose, along with zone interface points, and what they do. We'll also discuss services, and where to place services in a secure network, so without further ado, let's dive in.

Cisco Modular Network Architecture
And here we are together again. This is Cisco Modular Network Design, and in this module, you're going to learn the best practices, and design configurations that you would use in a real network environment. We're also going to talk about how to operate a secure Cisco network architecture. And we'll begin with an introduction to the modular network architecture, and we're going to discuss the principles behind network architectures, and take a look at the modular network architecture designs. Let's begin with the Cisco modular network architecture by answering the question, what is the Cisco modular network architecture?

Cisco SecureX Architecture
Welcome to SecureX Architecture and Components. In this module, we'll explore the architecture Cisco refers to as SecureX, and the components involved. We'll also take a look at the Cisco SIO, or Security Intelligence Operations.

Cisco TrustSec Solution
Corporate boundaries? Who needs them? With the way that we work today, the proliferation of mobile computing and global collaboration, the boundary of our networks, that's a thing of the past. TrustSec recognizes this shift, and it helps to identify who, and what is connected to your wired, or wireless network. We can use this to control what people and devices do. Let's take a look at TrustSec in a bit more detail, and soon, you'll see the three elements it's built upon, the three components that make up the TrustSec architecture, and three groups of components that we will see in a TrustSec design.