CCNA Security Artifact Validation

Promote Enterprise Network Security Strategies. 

This artifact acknowledges that I have met the training standard for Information Systems Security Professionals, set forth by the National Secuirty Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS).

The Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security) validates my knowledge and ability to secure enterprise networks.

CCNA Security curriculum outlines infrastructure security, as follows:  firewall installation, monitoring and troubleshooting; integrity, confidentiality and data availability.

UW-Stout participates with the Cisco Networking Academy.  I achieved the CCNA Security certification through a series of lectures, discussions, course manuals, and extensive lab work.

Cryptography and encryption technologies are integrated with every infrastructure system at my workplace, including:
  • Internal certificate authority (CA) servers distributes certificates to internal systems.
  • Workstations use certificates to authenticate with a process similar to user authentication.
  • Secure socket tunneling protocol (SSTP) virtual private networks (VPNs) allows remote access.
  • Microsoft Direct Access and Terminal Services Gateway use public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates to support remote access.
  • BranchCache uses hashes to ensure data integrity.   


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