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Pearson CCNA Cyber Ops SECFND 210-250

ISBN : 9781616919894

Become a certified Cisco CCNA Cyber Ops certified professional with the Pearson CCNA Cyber Ops SECFND 210-250 course and lab. The lab provides a virtual environment for users to explore and learn. The course and lab cover CCNA Cyber Ops SECFND 210-250 exam objectives and help you master the skills required to work with security principles, network security devices, cloud services, access controls, endpoint security technologies, network and host telemetry, and more.

The Cisco 210-250 SECFND certification exam is the first step of the two required exams to get the CCNA Cyber Ops certification. The SECFND 210-250 exam validates the candidates cybersecurity foundational knowledge, basic principles, and core skills required to understand the more advanced associate-level materials in the second required exam, Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS).

Lessons
Lessons
15+
Exercises
46+
Quizzes
305+
Flashcards
177+
Glossary of terms
177+
TestPrep
Pre Assessment Questions
60+
Full Length Tests
2+
Post Assessment Questions
60+
Lab
Performance lab
Learn the real world skills using LiveLab.
47+
Video Tutorials
Video tutorials
97+

Videos and How To

uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

Video Lessons
Videos
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Hours
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Exam related FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam? No prerequisites
What is the exam registration fee? USD 300
Where do I take the exam? Pearson VUE
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 55-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 90 minutes
What is the exam's retake policy?

The policies for retaking exams are as follows:

  • Once passed, a candidate must wait a minimum of 180 days before taking the same exam with an identical exam number.
  • Candidates who fail any CCIE or CCDE written exam must wait for a period of 15 calendar days, beginning the day after the failed attempt, before retaking the same exam.
  • Candidates who violate these policies are in violation of the agreement. Such conduct is strictly prohibited as described in the Cisco Certification and Confidentiality Agreement.
  • Candidates who fail an Associate, Professional, or Specialist exam must wait a period of five (5) calendar days, beginning the day after the failed attempt, before they may retest for the same exam.
What is the validity of the certification? CCNA Cyber Ops certifications are valid for three years.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the SECFND-210-250-complete, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Security Engineer
  • Cyber Security Analyst
  • Cyber Security Consultant
  • Network Security Specialist
  • Information Security Specialist
  • Network and Security Engineer
  • About the 210-250 CCNA Cyber Ops SECFND Exam
  • TCP/IP and OSI Model
  • Layer 2 Fundamentals and Technologies
  • Internet Protocol and Layer 3 Technologies
  • Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
  • Domain Name System (DNS)
  • IPv6 Fundamentals
  • Transport Layer Technologies and Protocols
  • Review All Key Topics
  • References and Further Reading
  • Network Security Systems
  • Security Cloud-based Solutions
  • Cisco NetFlow
  • Data Loss Prevention
  • Review All Key Topics
  • The Principles of the Defense-in-Depth Strategy
  • What Are Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Exploits?
  • Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability: The CIA Triad
  • Risk and Risk Analysis
  • Personally Identifiable Information and Protected Health Information
  • Principle of Least Privilege and Separation of Duties
  • Security Operation Centers
  • Forensics
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Information Security Principles
  • Subject and Object Definition
  • Access Control Fundamentals
  • Access Control Process
  • Information Security Roles and Responsibilities
  • Access Control Types
  • Access Control Models
  • Access Control Mechanisms
  • Identity and Access Control Implementation
  • Review All Key Topics
  • References and Additional Reading
  • Introduction to Identity and Access Management
  • Security Events and Logs Management
  • Assets Management
  • Introduction to Enterprise Mobility Management
  • Configuration and Change Management
  • Vulnerability Management
  • Patch Management
  • References and Additional Readings
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Cryptography
  • Fundamentals of PKI
  • Review All Key Topics
  • What Are VPNs?
  • Site-to-site vs. Remote-Access VPNs
  • An Overview of IPsec
  • SSL VPNs
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Process and Threads
  • Memory Allocation
  • Windows Registration
  • Windows Management Instrumentation
  • Handles
  • Services
  • Windows Event Logs
  • Review All Key Topics
  • References and Further Reading
  • Processes
  • Forks
  • Permissions
  • Symlinks
  • Daemons
  • UNIX-Based Syslog
  • Apache Access Logs
  • Review All Key Topics
  • References and Further Reading
  • Antimalware and Antivirus Software
  • Host-Based Firewalls and Host-Based Intrusion Prevention
  • Application-Level Whitelisting and Blacklisting
  • System-Based Sandboxing
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Network Telemetry
  • Host Telemetry
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Security Monitoring and Encryption
  • Security Monitoring and Network Address Translation
  • Security Monitoring and Event Correlation Time Synchronization
  • DNS Tunneling and Other Exfiltration Methods
  • Security Monitoring and Tor
  • Security Monitoring and Peer-to-Peer Communication
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Types of Attacks
  • Types of Vulnerabilities
  • Review All Key Topics
  • Encryption and Tunneling
  • Resource Exhaustion
  • Traffic Fragmentation
  • Protocol-Level Misinterpretation
  • Traffic Timing, Substitution, and Insertion
  • Pivoting
  • Review All Key Topics
  • References and Further Reading
  • Lesson 1: Networking Fundamentals
  • Lesson 2: Network Security Devices and Cloud Services
  • Lesson 3: Security Principles
  • Lesson 4: Access Control Models
  • Lesson 5: Introduction to Security Management
  • Lesson 6: Fundamentals of Cryptography & PKI
  • Lesson 7: Introduction to Virtual Private Network(VPNs)
  • Lesson 8: Windows, Linux, and MAC OS X Based Analysis
  • Lesson 9: Endpoint Security Technologies
  • Lesson 10: Network and Host Telemetry
  • Lesson 11: Security Monitoring Operations and Chanllenges
  • Lesson 12: Types of Attacks and Vulnerabilities

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Configuring a Static TCP/IP Address
  • Using Process Explorer to view specific details about running processes on the system
  • Preventing Zone Transfers
  • Enabling Intrusion Prevention and Detection
  • Configuring a Perimeter Firewall
  • Running a Security Scan to Identify Vulnerabilities
  • Remediating Vulnerabilities on Local Workstation
  • Remediating Vulnerabilities on the Network
  • Consulting a vulnerability database
  • Downloading and running scanning tools
  • Performing reconnaissance on a network
  • Identifying search options in Metasploit
  • Performing initial scan
  • Conducting vulnerability scans
  • Observing MD5 Hash
  • Using openssl to Create a Public/Private Keypair
  • Adding Certificates to MMC
  • Configuring Remote Access VPN
  • Installing Remote Access Services
  • Installing the Web Server IIS Server Role
  • Configuring the SSL Port Setting
  • Assigning Permissions to Folders
  • Verifying Network Services
  • Working with Task Manager
  • Using Network Monitor
  • Exporting your Windows logs
  • Viewing Running Processes on a Linux-based Machine
  • Retrieving a real-time list of running processes
  • Initiating an SSH session from your Windows 10 client to your Windows Server
  • Enabling Debug Logging on the DNS Server
  • Making syslog entries readable
  • Installing Splunk on the server
  • Acquainting yourself with Wireshark's interface
  • Analyzing the capture file to find the attack(s)
  • Generating network traffic and using filter
  • Examining the traffic between client and server
  • Assessing the impact of malware
  • Installing Wireshark and WinPcap
  • Analyzing Protocols with Wireshark
  • Starting a live packet capture
  • Confirming the spoofing attack in Wireshark
  • Observing Traffic Pattern using Wireshark
  • Collecting network-based security intelligence
  • Spoofing MAC Addresses with SMAC
  • Using Ettercap for ARP Spoofing
  • Responding to social engineering
  • Simulating a DoS Attack
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