CCNA Security Real World Labs - Cisco ASA, Network Security

Identify, lock down, and secure vulnerabilities in a small to medium enterprise branch network - real world training
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  • Lectures 63
  • Length 13 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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Published 7/2014 English

Course Description

Cisco Security Training is rapidly becoming some of the most valuable training in the IT field. Passing the exam is not enough - you need some real world examples and labs. Here we go then. Learn what you really need to know about Network Security: VPNs, ASA Firewalls, UTM devices, Wireless security, Radius and Tacacs, Two-factor authentication... and much more. Now includes ASA FirePower Services.

  • NO BORING and useless topics
  • 12 hours of real world videos
  • When things go wrong... I keep recording
  • How to troubleshoot VPNs
  • ASA Firewalls (configuration, failover, dual ISPs...)
  • UTM devices
  • Wireless security (WPA Enterprise)
  • DoS and Man-in-the-middle Attacks
  • Challenges and GNS3/Packet Tracer labs
  • Monitoring Tools and Remote Support Software
  • A lot of real world examples

This training is great if you are studying towards CCNA Sec (210-260) or you are certified already. Comptia Security+ and Microsoft engineers will benefit as well. If you are interested in security, this is the right place for you.

This training is unique as it shows you real world examples and goes beyond CCNA Security topics to cover a lot of interesting topics that you need to know (e.g. wireless security, remote support, ASA Failover etc.).

Remember: hiring managers view network security training as crucial for many IT jobs. It is not enough to pass an exam, you have to know what you are doing.

Real World Training is what you need to understand different areas of Network Security.

Join now.

What are the requirements?

  • Good understanding of Cisco Networks (CCNA level)
  • Good understanding of security concepts

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Gain experience in network security areas
  • Master ASA Firewalls
  • Identify core technologies for securing networks
  • Help prepare for security exams

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone with an interest in network security
  • CCNA and CCNA Security Students
  • Job Seekers

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to the series
09:25

Find out what I prepared for you and why this training is so special when we compare it to some other courses over there.

14:08

We all want to have a lab to play at home. I give you some tips how you can create a nice CCNA Security lab

15:16

I appreciate you want to make your lab cheaper. I show you how you can achieve that and what devices you can replace in your CCNA Security lab and studies

01:45

A nice animation showing you a day of a Network Security Engineer. Enjoy!

10:07

It is not easy to identify topics that are REALLY important in security training. I go through sections that you have to master to become a better Network Security Engineer

Section 2: Basic CCNA Security and Network Security Concepts
25:22

Let's go through some basic CCNA and CCNA Sec topics in this lecture. We will cover basic router configuration and the Zone Based Firewall

11:17

An introduction to firewall solutions - what has changed and what you can buy today. Please watch to make sure you know what's available on the market

15:29

Unified threat management devices have become really popular in the last couple of years. Check why and what features you can find.

14:56

Unified threat management devices have become really popular in the last couple of years. Check why and what features you can find.

14:28

When I wanted to record a video dedicated to a UTM device, I found a routing issue ... check how I sorted it out!

6 pages

A detailed document showing you a few examples of SOHO IPS solutions.

10:28

It cost me a lot of money... yes - my network was under attack and I show you how I discovered it and what I did to recognize and sort it out

09:49

It cost me a lot of money... yes - my network was under attack and I show you how I discovered it and what I did to recognize and sort it out

04:42

I take a very popular hacking tool (Cain and Abel) and show you a simple Man in The Middle Attack using Arp Poisoning

07:02

LAN Security - I use a new version of Packet Tracer - 6.1, which supports ASA firewalls and DHCP Snooping

Section 3: Authentication - real world labs
15:54

We will talk about AAA and options that are available when we want to authenticate our users. I show you how you can enable and test the Radius Server on Windows Server 2008

12:30

You have been waiting for this lecture! Two-factor authentication based on a free application Duo-Security. Implemented on an ASA firewall

10:10

The easiest way to learn 802.1x is to see that in action using a wireless access point

14:36

The easiest way to learn 802.1x is to see that in action using a wireless access point

14:47

I am not a Linux guy but I managed to make FreeRadius work... of course on a WIndows 7 PC. If you do not want to pay for Windows Server, that might be an option for you

12:07

I show you how you can authenticate users using a Cisco ACS Server running on Vmware

8 pages

A short document that summarizes AAA authentication concepts

Section 4: ASA Firewalls - real world labs
08:46

You will learn basics about ASA firewalls - in this video we cover all you need to know about the hardware

16:38

A great video to learn about the basics of ASA firewalls, security levels, ASDM, access lists, NAT...

13:48

I talk about ASDM and how you can use it to manage ASA Firewalls

10:14

I talk about ASDM and how you can use it to manage ASA Firewalls- part 2

14:28

To make sure we are on the same page - ASA 5510 basic configuration with an 8.2 image

16:25

Let's add some more features to our ASA firewalls. We discuss NAT, access lists and basic routing... all you need tot connect an ASA firewall to the Internet

12:07

Let's do it all over again - setting up an ASA firewall running 8.3+, basic configuration, objects, firewall rules, NAT...

14:13

Let's discuss one of the most interesting features of ASAs - failover. I take a pair of ASAs and show you how to start with that feature. Labs in GNS3!

07:24

Let's discuss one of the most interesting features of ASAs - failover. I take a pair of ASAs and show you how to start with that feature. Labs in GNS3! We will implement it using ASDM

04:51

It is really important to go for a failover test. I show you how you can approach it using a simple topology

15:46

I know you have been waiting for this video - we cover a great and popular feature - dual ISPs

11:11

I know you have been waiting for this video - we cover a great and popular feature - dual ISPs

10:29

Cisco introduced an ASA 5505 in Packet Tracer 6.1. We will test it and see if it works. Great lab

ASA 5506 Running 9.4
05:53
Section 5: ASA FirePower Services
NEW! ASA Firepower - Overview
07:00
Let's Block Some Websites
02:35
Blocking an Application (TeamViewer)
02:12
Section 6: Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) - real world labs
14:07

We cover two really popular VPN protocols: PPTP and L2TP, I show you how you can create a VPN profile like that on a Windows 7 PC

15:03

Let's take two Cisco routers and enable a very simple site-to-site VPN. Step by step. Not everything goes as I planned - thanks to that you will see live troubleshooting examples!

Article

Template that you can use to play with a basic site to site VPN on a Cisco Router

27:00

I show you how you can learn VPNs and practice issues you can find in the real world. A lot of tips and examples in this lecture!

16:23

I show you how you can learn VPNs and practice issues you can find in the real world. A lot of tips and examples in this lecture!

14:09

Can you fix an issue with a S2S VPN? Download the file, try it and watch the video to see how I troubleshooted and sorted it out!

07:41

Can you fix an issue with a S2S VPN? Download the file, try it and watch the video to see how I troubleshooted and sorted it out!

15:53

Well... I love SSL VPNs... so... what's this title all about? Watch to find out!

14:55

It is not in CCNA Sec, however it is a very popular solution in the real world - VTI. A lab in GNS attached (all files)

10:07

Let's implement an SSL portal using a Cisco 5505.

11:44

It is time to play with some more advanced options in SSL VPNs. We will use them to lock down our portal.

08:11

Let's implement a site to site VPN using two ASA firewalls

5 pages

A short document that gives you some theory behind IPSEC

Quiz
5 questions
Section 7: Monitoring
30:24

A very important topic here - monitoring protocols. Please watch it before moving to the next videos

8 pages

I summarize the most important concepts of monitoring protocols in this short document

15:18

I show you two really popular monitoring solutions - PRTG and Nagios. We go through a basic configuration, notifications and some more advanced options

15:32

It is NOT enough to set up a monitoring system - you have to test it. I show you an example of a test that you can recreate in your lab or in your company

07:41

It is NOT enough to set up a monitoring system - you have to test it. I show you an example of a test that you can recreate in your lab or in your company

Section 8: Bonus Videos
New! Challenge!
03:45
Cisco Packet Tracer 6
05:28
14:18

A bonus video - remote support tools - we talk about applications that are available on the market

20:33

I put two remote support tools on one PC and test them. We compare VNC and Radmin, starting from scratch!

02:14

It is time to say goodbye...

NEW: Webinar - T-shoot and CCNA Labs
01:01:19

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Instructor Biography

Marious Kuriata, IT Exam Practice, Network Engineer and Instructor

Hi, my name is Marious. I have been working in IT for 14 years (web design, networking, security, tutoring). I currently work as a Cisco Security Engineer in a support IT Company in London and I run my own training company. My courses/certifications: MCSE, MCSA, MCTS, MCP, Cisco CCNA, CCNP, CCNA Security, CCSP, Zyxel Security Professional, Postgraduate studies in networking & security. A Master's Degree in Human Resources.

12 years of experience in IT. This has included designing, troubleshooting and installing networks, Cisco routers, switches, access points and firewalls (ASA Firewalls, Aironet, VLANs, routing protocols RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, spanning tree, VPNs, Cyberoam, IPS/IDS, Riverbed), Previous experience includes Microsoft systems, IT Manager, Technical Trainer (Cisco, Comptia, Microsoft) and Private Tutor.

CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate (2009)

CCNP Cisco Certified Network Professional (2010)

CCNA_SEC Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (2012)

CCNA_ASA Cisco ASA Firewalls Specialist: Security and VPNs (2013)

CCSP (CCNP Sec) – Cisco Certified Security Specialist (2013)

ZCNP ZyXEL Certified Network Professional (2012)

MCSE Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (2011)

MCP Microsoft Certified Professional (Windows Server) (2009)

MCTS Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (Vista) (2009)

MCSA Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (2010)

Training in ERP management, Cisco Networking Academy CCNA (distinction)

Microsoft Courses (Windows Server 2003, SQL, XP, ISA Server, Exchange Server)

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