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CCNA Security Exam Cram (Exam IINS 640-553)


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CCNA Security Exam Cram (Exam IINS 640-553) By Eric Stewart
Publisher: Que 2008 | 552 Pages | ISBN: 0789738007 | File type: PDF | 12 mb



In this book you'll learn how to:
Build a secure network using security controls
Secure network perimeters
Implement secure management and harden routers
Implement network security policies using Cisco IOS firewalls
Understand cryptographic services
Deploy IPsec virtual private networks (VPNs)
Secure networks with Cisco IOS? IPS
Protect switch infrastructures
Secure endpoint devices, storage area networks (SANs), and voice networks

WRITTEN BY A LEADING EXPERT:
Eric Stewart is a self-employed network security contractor who finds his home in Ottawa, Canada. Eric has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology field, the last 12 years focusing primarily on Cisco? routers, switches, VPN concentrators, and security appliances. The majority of Eric's consulting work has been in the implementation of major security infrastructure initiatives and architectural reviews with the Canadian Federal Government. Eric is a certified Cisco instructor teaching Cisco CCNA, CCNP?, and CCSP? curriculum to students throughout North America and the world.
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