Posted by: Mudassir Ali | May 21, 2010

Security / Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

Security / Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance VPN Clustering Learn how the VPN clustering, or load balancing, feature of the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance provides high VPN availability by enabling multiple ASAs to share their remote VPN session loads. After a brief explanation of VPN clustering, watch a step-by-step demonstration of using ASDM to perform the configuration steps. CCSP Security ASA

Cisco on Cisco: MPLS VPN Cisco migrated its European WAN to a service provider to a MPLS VPN network late in 2002. This MPLS VPN network has provided significant cost savings and other benefits to Cisco. This presentation describes the history and lessons learned. Security MPLS VPN

Cisco on Cisco: Security Part 1: Cisco applies a security philosophy within its own business environment that secures the information and infrastructure while still maintaining a culture of openness and trust with its employees.

Cisco on Cisco: Virtual Private Network (VPN) Pt 1: Cisco Hardware VPN for Enterprise Class Teleworker. Cisco IT supports two different VPN remote access services: software VPN for flexible access from any Internet access point, and hardware VPN for high performance access from a home office. The hardware VPN solution supports QoS, firewall and IDS features based on Cisco IOS. Security VPN

Cisco Secure Desktop Software Puts you on the fast track to configuring the Cisco Secure Desktop Software. It also describes the software necessary to install the CSD. Given an already functioning WebVPN configuration, this Quick Learning Module shows how to install the CSD software and configure it for WebVPN users on a VPN 3000 Concentrator. CCSP Security VPN CSD

Cisco Secure Services 5.1 This update builds upon the Secure Services Client 4.2 / 5.0 training from August 2007. Addressed maintenance releases since the last training and look forward to the release of the Secure Services Client 5.1. Specifically, this update includes: Secure Services Client 4.2.1, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, and 5.1.0. The training is designed to provide fundamental and practical knowledge on the use and troubleshooting of the product as well as changes from previous versions. Understand the different revisions of the Secure Services Client, the new features, configurations. Complete the lab by installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the Secure Services Client 5.1. Security and VPN Cisco Security Agent – Audio-on-Demand – English – 1:00:00, 1 Hour

Cisco SMB Class E-Tour Multimedia overview of SMB Class Security, Mobility, Network Foundation, and IP Communications. 1 hour Apr-22-2004

Cisco SSL VPN Client for WebVPN (or Thick SSL Client) Puts you on the fast track to configuring the Concentrator so WebVPN clients will be able to use the Cisco SSL VPN Client (for WebVPN), given an already functioning WebVPN configuration. It also explains the functionality and purpose of the Cisco SSL VPN Client. CCSP Security SSL VPN

CiscoSecure ACS:Primer/Tutorial v4.0 This document, ACS 4.0 Primer, has been designed to provide a primer to the Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS), version 4.0. It covers installation and configuration, ACS databases, ACS authentication, NAS interaction, and Network Access Profiles. CCSP Security ACS

Configuring Basic Features on the Cisco ASA 5505 In this Quick Learning Module, you will learn how to set up different VLANs in the Cisco ASA 5505. You will also learn how to configure the various features of the Cisco ASA 5505 such as dynamic DNS and DHCP relay. CCSP Security ASA

Configuring Event Action Rules (IPS-QLM2) Puts you on the fast track to configuring event action rules on the Cisco IPS. It includes a brief explanation of the how event action rules work, followed by a demonstration on how to configure an event action rule. This module is a supplement to the recommended training for individuals seeking certification as a Cisco CCSP. CCSP Security IPS

Configuring The Easy VPN Hardware Client feature on the Cisco ASA 5505 In this Quick Learning Module, you will identify functionalities of the Cisco ASA 5505 as an Easy VPN Hardware Client and learn how to configure the same via the Cisco ASDM. CCSP Security Easy VPN ASA

Configuring the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA In this Quick Learning Module, you will learn how to configure the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA. CCSP Security ASA

Configuring the Meta Event Generator (IPS-QLM4) Puts you on the fast track to configuring the meta event generator on Cisco IPS. It includes a brief explanation of meta events and how they work, followed by a demonstration on how to configure a meta event using IDM. This module is a supplement to the recommended training for individuals seeking certification as a Cisco CCSP. CCSP Security IPS

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Diffie-Hellman (D-H) Key Exchange Calculations explains the D-H protocol that allows two parties that have no prior knowledge of each other to jointly establish a shared secret over an insecure channel. This key can then be used to encrypt subsequent communications using a symetric key cipher. Learn more about D-H by reading this short paper on it!

Technology: Security: IPSec VPN, Related Courses: IINS, SNRS, SNAF and SNAA

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Express 5.0 Cisco® Secure Access Control Server (ACS) is an industry-leading access control server that provides a comprehensive identity-based networking solution to enterprise customers for network access (wired, wireless, remote access) and device administration. Cisco ACS extends security to users, machines, and device administrators by providing authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) services through robust access policies. These policies defining AAA access are managed from a centralized, identity-based networking framework that gives enterprise networks greater flexibility, mobility, and security resulting in user productivity gains. This training was designed to provide fundamental and practical knowledge on the use ACS Express. The assumption is that students already have prior experience and knowledge in AAA and other Cisco Secure ACS products. Audio-on-demand English 4:30:00

High Availability for the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance, Part II: Active/Active Failover Learn to use active/active failover to provide high availability for your network by enabling two Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances to actively process traffic while serving as backup for each other. After a brief description of active/active failover and how it enables you to use load balancing on your network, watch a step-by-step demonstration of configuring active/active failover using an Ethernet failover link. Quick Learning Module CCSP Security ASA

Intrusion Prevention Services in ASA 5500 Learn how to use the Advanced Inspection and Prevention Security Services Module (AIP-SSM) to add intrusion prevention services to your Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance. After a brief explanation of how the AIP-SSM works, watch a step-by-step demonstration. CCSP Security ASA IPS

LAN Switch Security – Part 1 Join host Jerold Swan as he discusses the book LAN Switch Security: What Hackers Know About Your Switches with the author, Eric Vyncke.

Migrating from PIX 500 to ASA 5500 Learn how to migrate from the Cisco PIX 500 Series Security Appliance to the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance by performing three simple tasks. After a brief explanation of the migration tasks, watch a step-by-step demonstration of the process. CCSP Security ASA PIX

Modular Policy Framework on PIX 500 and ASA 5500 Learn to use the Modular Policy Framework to apply QoS policies and security policies on a traffic flow basis to achieve granular, flexible control over traffic traversing the security appliance. After a brief explanation of how the Modular Policy Framework functions, watch a step-by-step demonstration of the configuration process. CCSP Security ASA PIX

QoS for Security Cisco recommends for applying QoS for Security, specifics are Control Plane Policing, Data Plane Policing, and NBAR Know-Worm Policing. CCNP CCSP Security QoS

Secure Network Analysis Essentials with Case Studies Overview of essential information when performing a security analysis of networks. Includes 2 case studies as examples. Oct 2008

Securing Cisco LAN Switches (SECL) 1.0 Teaches how to lock down Ethernet switch security. It feature the top ten security steps every system administrator should take on their switches. Based on industry-vetted security procedures and Cisco switch security features, SECL contains technical tutorials, step-by-step procedures, configuration examples (Cisco IOS and CatOS), e-lab simulations, interactive exercises, and a built-in assessment test. Account Managers and Systems Engineers-gain security-specific knowledge that can help you win sales and design more secure systems! CCSP Security Switch

Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0 Teaches the top ten steps to improving Cisco router security. It combines an updated version of the popular Cisco Router Security (CRS) course with the new Advanced Cisco Router Security (ACRS) course. Based on industry best practices and the newest in Cisco IOS security features, it contains tutorials, configuration examples, e-lab simulations, a built-in assessment to test your knowledge, and a course evaluation to provide feedback. CCSP Security Router

Securing Hosts Using Cisco Security Agent (HIPS) v3.1 An E-learning course using the Cisco Security Agent 5.0 product to protect host systems from intrusions and security threats. The Cisco Security Agent functions to protect from intrusions, as compared to simply detecting attempted intrusions. The course takes a task-oriented approach to teaching the skills to deploy and configure and administer the Cisco Security Agent to protect server and workstation hosts. CCSP Security CSA HIPS

Simplifying Access Control Policies on PIX 500 and ASA 5500 Learn two methods for simplifying the creation and management of access control lists (ACLs) on your Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance. After a brief explanation of the two methods, object grouping and using commands to edit ACLs, watch a step-by-step demonstration of object group configuration. CCSP Security ACS ASA PIX

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Understanding and Configuring Inline IPS (IPS-QLM1) Puts you on the fast track to configuring inline IPS. It includes a brief explanation of the difference between inline IPS and promiscuous mode IDS, followed by a demonstration on how to configuring inline IPS. CCSP Security IPS

Understanding and Configuring In-Line VLAN IPS Learn the difference between uplink inline IPS and inline VLAN IPS as well as how to configure inline VLAN IPS. After a brief explanation of how inline VLAN IPS works, watch a step-by-step demonstration of the configuration process. CCSP Security IPS VLAN

Upgrading a Sensor to IPS 5.0 (IPS-QLM3) Puts you on the fast track to being able to upgrade from IDS version 4.1 to IPS version 5.0. It includes a brief explanation of the files and procedure necessary to upgrade a sensor, followed by a demonstration on how to upgrade. This module is a supplement to the recommended training for individuals seeking certification as a Cisco CCSP. CCSP Security IPS IDS

Using Cisco Secure Desktop to Provide Endpoint Security for SSL VPN Learn to use the Cisco Secure Desktop (CSD) to provide end-point security for remote-access connections to your

Using the Set command in CSA 5.0 Puts you on the fast track to utilizing the Set command in CSA 5.0. It includes a brief explanation of the Set command, followed by a demonstration on how to configure a rule using the Set command, apply that rule to a policy, and associate the policy to a group. CCSP Security CSA

Using the Trusted QoS Feature in CSA 5.0 Puts you on the fast track to configuring Trusted QoS in CSA 5.0. It includes a brief explanation of Trusted QoS, followed by a demonstration on how to configure a rule module for trusted QoS, apply that rule to a policy, and associate the policy to a group. CCSP Security CSA

Utilizing the Packet Tracer Feature on the Cisco ASA In this Quick Learning Module, you will learn how to use the Packet Tracer feature of the Cisco ASA to trace a packet during its life span in the ASA, which will enable proactive verification of an applied policy and aid easy troubleshooting on network issues. CCSP Security ASA Packet Tracer

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