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CCIE Security v6.1

  • 1.1 Deployment modes on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
  • 1.1.a Routed
  • 1.1.b Transparent
  • 1.1.c Single
  • 1.1.d Multi-context
  • 1.1.e Multi-instance
  • 1.2 Firewall features on Cisco ASA and FTD
  • 1.2.a NAT
  • 1.2.b Application inspection
  • 1.2.c Traffic zones
  • 1.2.d Policy-based routing
  • 1.2.e Traffic redirection to service modules
  • 1.2.f Identity firewall
  • 1.3 Security features on Cisco IOS/IOS XE
  • 1.3.a Application awareness
  • 1.3.b Zone-based firewall
  • 1.3.c NAT
  • 1.4 Cisco FMC features
  • 1.4.a Alerting
  • 1.4.b Logging
  • 1.4.c Reporting
  • 1.4.d Dynamic objects
  • 1.5 Cisco NGIPS deployment modes
  • 1.5.a In-line
  • 1.5.b Passive
  • 1.5.c TAP
  • 1.6 Cisco NGFW features
  • 1.6.a SSL inspection
  • 1.6.b User identity
  • 1.6.c Geolocation
  • 1.6.d AVC
  • 1.7 Detect and mitigate common types of attacks
  • 1.7.a DoS/DDoS
  • 1.7.b Evasion techniques
  • 1.7.c Spoofing
  • 1.7.d Man-in-the-middle
  • 1.7.e Botnet
  • 1.8 Clustering and high availability features on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
  • 1.9 Policies and rules for traffic control on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
  • 1.10 Routing protocols security on Cisco IOS, Cisco ASA, and Cisco FTD
  • 1.11 Network connectivity through Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
  • 1.12 Correlation and remediation rules on Cisco FMC
  • 2.1 Cisco AnyConnect client-based, remote-access VPN technologies on Cisco ASA, Cisco
    FTD, and Cisco routers
  • 2.2 Cisco IOS CA for VPN authentication
  • 2.3 FlexVPN, DMVPN, and IPsec L2L tunnels
  • 2.4 VPN high availability methods
  • 2.4.a Cisco ASA VPN clustering
  • 2.4.b Dual-hub DMVPN deployments
  • 2.5 Infrastructure segmentation methods
  • 2.5.a VLAN
  • 2.5.b PVLAN
  • 2.5.c GRE
  • 2.5.d VRF-Lite
  • 2.6 Microsegmentation with Cisco TrustSec using SFT and SXP
  • 3.1 Device hardening techniques and control plane protection methods
  • 3.1.a CoPP
  • 3.1.b IP source routing
  • 3.1.c iACLs
  • 3.2 Management plane protection techniques
  • 3.2.a CPU
  • 3.2.b Memory thresholding
  • 3.2.c Securing device access
  • 3.3 Data plane protection techniques
  • 3.3.a uRPF
  • 3.3.b QoS
  • 3.3.c RTBH
  • 3.4 Layer 2 security techniques
  • 3.4.a DAI
  • 3.4.b IPDT
  • 3.4.c STP security
  • 3.4.d Port security
  • 3.4.e DHCP snooping
  • 3.4.f RA Guard
  • 3.4.g VACL
  • 3.5 Wireless security technologies
  • 3.5.a WPA
  • 3.5.b WPA2
  • 3.5.c WPA3
  • 3.5.d TKIP
  • 3.5.e AES
  • 3.6 Monitoring protocols
  • 3.6.a NetFlow/IPFIX/NSEL
  • 3.6.b SNMP
  • 3.6.c SYSLOG
  • 3.6.d RMON
  • 3.6.e eStreamer
  • 3.7 Security features to comply with organizational security policies, procedures, and
    standards BCP 38
  • 3.7.a ISO 27001
  • 3.7.b RFC 2827
  • 3.7.c PCI-DSS
  • 3.8 Cisco SAFE model to validate network security design and to identify threats to different
    PINs
  • 3.9 Interaction with network devices through APIs using basic Python scripts
  • 3.9.a REST API requests and responses
  • 3.9.a (i) HTTP action verbs, error codes, cookies, headers
  • 3.9.a (ii) JSON or XML payload
  • 3.9.a (iii) Authentication
  • 3.9.b Data encoding formats
  • 3.9.b (i) JSON
  • 3.9.b (ii) XML
  • 3.9.b (iii) YAML
  • 3.10 Cisco DNAC Northbound APIs use cases
  • 3.10.a Authentication and authorization
  • 3.10.b Network discovery
  • 3.10.c Network device
  • 3.10.d Network host
  • 4.1 Cisco ISE scalability using multiple nodes and personas
  • 4.2 Cisco switches and Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers for network access AAA with Cisco ISE
  • 4.3 Cisco devices for administrative access with Cisco ISE
  • 4.4 AAA for network access with 802.1X and MAB using Cisco ISE
  • 4.5 Guest lifecycle management using Cisco ISE and Cisco WLC
  • 4.6 BYOD on-boarding and network access flows
  • 4.7 Cisco ISE integration with external identity sources
  • 4.7.a LDAP
  • 4.7.b AD
  • 4.7.c External RADIUS
  • 4.8 Provisioning Cisco AnyConnect with Cisco ISE and Cisco ASA
  • 4.9 Posture assessment with Cisco ISE
  • 4.10 Endpoint profiling using Cisco ISE and Cisco network infrastructure including device
    sensor
  • 4.11 Integration of MDM with Cisco ISE
  • 4.12 Certification-based authentication using Cisco ISE
  • 4.13 Authentication methods
  • 4.13.a EAP Chaining and TEAP
  • 4.13.b MAR
  • 4.14 Identity mapping on Cisco ASA, Cisco ISE, Cisco WSA, and Cisco FTD
  • 4.15 pxGrid integration between security devices Cisco WSA, Cisco ISE, and Cisco FMC
  • 4.16 Integration of Cisco ISE with multifactor authentication
  • 4.17 Access control and single sign-on using Cisco DUO security technology
  • 4.18 Cisco IBNS 2.0 (C3PL) for authentication, access control, and user policy enforcement
  • 5.1 Cisco AMP for networks, Cisco AMP for endpoints, and Cisco AMP for content security
    (Cisco ESA, and Cisco WSA)
  • 5.2 Detect, analyze, and mitigate malware incidents
  • 5.3 Perform packet capture and analysis using Wireshark, tcpdump, SPAN, ERSPAN, and
    RSPAN
  • 5.4 Cloud security
  • 5.4.a DNS proxy through Cisco Umbrella virtual appliance
  • 5.4.b DNS security policies in Cisco Umbrella
  • 5.4.c RBI policies in Cisco Umbrella
  • 5.4.d CASB policies in Cisco Umbrella
  • 5.4.e DLP policies in Cisco Umbrella
  • 5.5 Web filtering, user identification, and Application Visibility and Control (AVC) on Cisco
    FTD and Cisco WSA
  • 5.6 WCCP redirection on Cisco devices
  • 5.7 Email security features
  • 5.7.a Mail policies
  • 5.7.b DLP
  • 5.7.c Quarantine
  • 5.7.d Authentication
  • 5.7.e Encryption
  • 5.8 HTTP decryption and inspection on Cisco FTD, Cisco WSA, and Cisco Umbrella
  • 5.9 Cisco SMA for centralized content security management
  • 5.10 Cisco advanced threat solutions and their integration: Cisco Stealthwatch, Cisco FMC,
    Cisco AMP, Cisco CTA, Threat Grid, ETA, Cisco WSA, Cisco SMA, Cisco Threat Response,
    and Cisco Umbrella

Cisco SCOR v1.1 (350-701)

  • 1.1 Explain common threats against on-premises and cloud environments
  • 1.1.a On-premises: viruses, trojans, DoS/DDoS attacks, phishing, rootkits, man-in-themiddle attacks, SQL injection, cross-site scripting, malware
  • 1.1.b Cloud: data breaches, insecure APIs, DoS/DDoS, compromised credentials
  • 1.2 Compare common security vulnerabilities such as software bugs, weak and/or
    hardcoded passwords, SQL injection, missing encryption, buffer overflow, path traversal,
    cross-site scripting/forgery
  • 1.3 Describe functions of the cryptography components such as hashing, encryption, PKI,
    SSL, IPsec, NAT-T IPv4 for IPsec, pre-shared key and certificate based authorization
  • 1.4 Compare site-to-site VPN and remote access VPN deployment types such as sVTI, IPsec,
    Cryptomap, DMVPN, FLEXVPN including high availability considerations, and
    AnyConnect
  • 1.5 Describe security intelligence authoring, sharing, and consumption
  • 1.6 Explain the role of the endpoint in protecting humans from phishing and social
    engineering attacks
  • 1.7 Explain North Bound and South Bound APIs in the SDN architecture
  • 1.8 Explain DNAC APIs for network provisioning, optimization, monitoring, and
    troubleshooting
  • 1.9 Interpret basic Python scripts used to call Cisco Security appliances APIs
  • 2.1 Compare network security solutions that provide intrusion prevention and firewall
    capabilities
  • 2.2 Describe deployment models of network security solutions and architectures that
    provide intrusion prevention and firewall capabilities
  • 2.3 Describe the components, capabilities, and benefits of NetFlow and Flexible NetFlow
    records
  • 2.4 Configure and verify network infrastructure security methods (router, switch, wireless)
  • 2.4.a Layer 2 methods (Network segmentation using VLANs and VRF-lite; Layer 2 and
    port security; DHCP snooping; Dynamic ARP inspection; storm control; PVLANs
    to segregate network traffic; and defenses against MAC, ARP, VLAN hopping,
    STP, and DHCP rogue attacks
  • 2.4.b Device hardening of network infrastructure security devices (control plane, data
    plane, management plane, and routing protocol security)
  • 2.5 Implement segmentation, access control policies, AVC, URL filtering, and malware
    protection
  • 2.6 Implement management options for network security solutions such as intrusion
    prevention and perimeter security (Single vs. multidevice manager, in-band vs. out-ofband, CDP, DNS, SCP, SFTP, and DHCP security and risks)
  • 2.7 Configure AAA for device and network access (authentication and authorization,
    TACACS+, RADIUS and RADIUS flows, accounting, and dACL)
  • 2.8 Configure secure network management of perimeter security and infrastructure devices
    (secure device management, SNMPv3, views, groups, users, authentication, and
    encryption, secure logging, and NTP with authentication)
  • 2.9 Configure and verify site-to-site VPN and remote access VPN
  • 2.9.a Site-to-site VPN utilizing Cisco routers and IOS
  • 2.9.b Remote access VPN using Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility client
  • 2.9.c Debug commands to view IPsec tunnel establishment and troubleshooting
  • 3.1 Identify security solutions for cloud environments
  • 3.1.a Public, private, hybrid, and community clouds
  • 3.1.b Cloud service models: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS (NIST 800-145)
  • 3.2 Compare the customer vs. provider security responsibility for the different cloud service
    models
  • 3.2.a Patch management in the cloud
  • 3.2.b Security assessment in the cloud
  • 3.2.c Cloud-delivered security solutions such as firewall, management, proxy, security
    intelligence, and CASB
  • 3.3 Describe the concept of DevSecOps (CI/CD pipeline, container orchestration, and
    security
    2019 Cisco Systems, 
  • 3.4 Implement application and data security in cloud environments
  • 3.5 Identify security capabilities, deployment models, and policy management to secure the
    cloud
  • 3.6 Configure cloud logging and monitoring methodologies
  • 3.7 Describe application and workload security concepts
  • 4.1 Implement traffic redirection and capture methods
  • 4.2 Describe web proxy identity and authentication including transparent user identification
  • 4.3 Compare the components, capabilities, and benefits of local and cloud-based email and
    web solutions (ESA, CES, WSA)
  • 4.4 Configure and verify web and email security deployment methods to protect onpremises and remote users (inbound and outbound controls and policy management)
  • 4.5 Configure and verify email security features such as SPAM filtering, antimalware
    filtering, DLP, block listing, and email encryption
  • 4.6 Configure and verify secure internet gateway and web security features such as block
    listing, URL filtering, malware scanning, URL categorization, web application filtering,
    and TLS decryption
  • 4.7 Describe the components, capabilities, and benefits of Cisco Umbrella
  • 4.8 Configure and verify web security controls on Cisco Umbrella (identities, URL content
    settings, destination lists, and reporting)
  • 5.1 Compare Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) and Endpoint Detection & Response
    (EDR) solutions
  • 5.2 Explain antimalware, retrospective security, Indication of Compromise (IOC), antivirus,
    dynamic file analysis, and endpoint-sourced telemetry
  • 5.3 Configure and verify outbreak control and quarantines to limit infection
  • 5.4 Describe justifications for endpoint-based security
  • 5.5 Describe the value of endpoint device management and asset inventory such as MDM
  • 5.6 Describe the uses and importance of a multifactor authentication (MFA) strategy
  • 5.7 Describe endpoint posture assessment solutions to ensure endpoint security
  • 5.8 Explain the importance of an endpoint patching strategy
  • 6.1 Describe identity management and secure network access concepts such as guest
    services, profiling, posture assessment and BYOD
  • 6.2 Configure and verify network access device functionality such as 802.1X, MAB, WebAuth
  • 6.3 Describe network access with CoA
  • 6.4 Describe the benefits of device compliance and application control
  • 6.5 Explain exfiltration techniques (DNS tunneling, HTTPS, email, FTP/SSH/SCP/SFTP, ICMP,
    Messenger, IRC, NTP)
  • 6.6 Describe the benefits of network telemetry
  • 6.7 Describe the components, capabilities, and benefits of these security products and
    solutions
  • 6.7.a Cisco Stealthwatch
  • 6.7.b Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud
  • 6.7.c Cisco pxGrid
  • 6.7.d Cisco Umbrella Investigate
  • 6.7.e Cisco Cognitive Threat Analytics
  • 6.7.f Cisco Encrypted Traffic Analytics
  • 6.7.g Cisco AnyConnect Network Visibility Module (NVM)

Cisco SVPN v1.1 (300-730)

  • 1.1 Configure personas
  • 1.2 Describe deployment options
  • 1.3 Describe hardware and virtual machine performance specifications
  • 1.4 Describe zero-touch provisioning
  • 2.1 Configure native AD and LDAP
  • 2.2 Describe identity store options
  • 2.2.a LDAP
  • 2.2.b AD
  • 2.2.c PKI
  • 2.2.d Multifactor authentication
  • 2.2.e Local
  • 2.2.f SAML IDP
  • 2.2.g Rest ID
  • 2.3 Configure wireless network access using 802.1X
  • 2.4 Configure wired network access using 802.1X and IBNS 2.0
  • 2.4.a Monitor mode
  • 2.4.b Low impact
  • 2.4.c Closed mode
  • 2.5 Implement MAB
  • 2.6 Configure Cisco TrustSec
  • 2.7 Configure policies including authentication and authorization profiles
  • 3.1 Configure web authentication
  • 3.2 Configure guest access services
  • 3.3 Configure sponsor and guest portals
  • 4.1 Implement profiler services
  • 4.2 Implement probes
  • 4.3 Implement CoA
  • 4.4 Configure endpoint identity management
  • 5.1 Describe Cisco BYOD functionality
  • 5.1.a Use cases and requirements
  • 5.1.b Solution components
  • 5.1.c BYOD flow
  • 5.2 Configure BYOD device on-boarding using internal CA with Cisco switches and Cisco
    wireless LAN controllers
  • 5.3 Configure certificates for BYOD
  • 5.4 Configure block list/allow list
  • 6.1 Describe endpoint compliance, posture services, and client provisioning
  • 6.2 Configure posture conditions and policy, and client provisioning
  • 6.3 Configure the compliance module
  • 6.4 Configure posture agents and operational modes
  • 6.5 Describe supplicant, supplicant options, authenticator, and server
  • 7.1 Compare AAA protocols
  • 7.2 Configure TACACS+ device administration and command authorization

Cisco ISE v1.1 (300-715)

  • 1.1 Configure personas
  • 1.2 Describe deployment options
  • 1.3 Describe hardware and virtual machine performance specifications
  • 1.4 Describe zero-touch provisioning
  • 2.1 Configure native AD and LDAP
  • 2.2 Describe identity store options
  • 2.2.a LDAP
  • 2.2.b AD
  • 2.2.c PKI
  • 2.2.d Multifactor authentication
  • 2.2.e Local
  • 2.2.f SAML IDP
  • 2.2.g Rest ID
  • 2.3 Configure wireless network access using 802.1X
  • 2.4 Configure wired network access using 802.1X and IBNS 2.0
  • 2.4.a Monitor mode
  • 2.4.b Low impact
  • 2.4.c Closed mode
  • 2.5 Implement MAB
  • 2.6 Configure Cisco TrustSec
  • 2.7 Configure policies including authentication and authorization profiles
  • 3.1 Configure web authentication
  • 3.2 Configure guest access services
  • 3.3 Configure sponsor and guest portals
  • 4.1 Implement profiler services
  • 4.2 Implement probes
  • 4.3 Implement CoA
  • 4.4 Configure endpoint identity management
  • 4.1 Implement profiler services
  • 4.2 Implement probes
  • 4.3 Implement CoA
  • 4.4 Configure endpoint identity management
  • 5.1 Describe Cisco BYOD functionality
  • 5.1.a Use cases and requirements
  • 5.1.b Solution components
  • 5.1.c BYOD flow
  • 5.2 Configure BYOD device on-boarding using internal CA with Cisco switches and Cisco
    wireless LAN controllers
  • 5.3 Configure certificates for BYOD
  • 5.4 Configure block list/allow list
  • 6.1 Describe endpoint compliance, posture services, and client provisioning
  • 6.2 Configure posture conditions and policy, and client provisioning
  • 6.3 Configure the compliance module
  • 6.4 Configure posture agents and operational modes
  • 6.5 Describe supplicant, supplicant options, authenticator, and server
  • 7.1 Compare AAA protocols
  • 7.2 Configure TACACS+ device administration and command authorization

Cisco ASA\Firepower v1.1 (300-710)

  • 1.1 Implement Secure Firewall modes
  • 1.1.a Routed mode
  • 1.1.b Transparent mode
  • 1.2 Implement NGIPS modes
  • 1.2.a Passive
  • 1.2.b Inline
  • 1.3 Implement high availability options
  • 1.3.a Port channels
  • 1.3.b Failover
  • 1.3.c Equal-Cost Multipath (ECMP) routing
  • 1.3.d Static route tracking
  • 1.3.e Clustering
  • 1.4 Describe virtual appliance on-premises and cloud deployment
  • 2.1 Configure system settings in Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 2.2 Configure policies in Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 2.2.a Access control
  • 2.2.b Intrusion
  • 2.2.c Malware & File
  • 2.2.d DNS
  • 2.2.e Identity
  • 2.2.f Decryption
  • 2.2.g Prefilter
  • 2.3 Configure these features using Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 2.3.a Network discovery
  • 2.3.b Application detectors
  • 2.3.c Correlation
  • 2.3.d Encrypted visibility engine
  • 2.4 Configure objects using Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 2.4.a Object management
  • 2.4.b Intrusion rules
  • 2.5 Configure devices using Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 2.5.a Device management
  • 2.5.b NAT
  • 2.5.c VPN
  • 2.5.d QoS
  • 2.5.e Platform settings
  • 2.5.f Certificates
  • 2.5.g Routing
  • 2.6 Describe the use of Snort within Secure Firewall Threat Defense
  • 3.1 Troubleshoot with Secure Firewall Management Center GUI and device CLI
  • 3.2 Configure dashboards and reporting in Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 3.3 Troubleshoot using:
  • 3.3.a packet capture procedures
  • 3.3.b Packet Tracer
  • 3.4 Analyze risk and standard reports
  • 3.5 Describe device management tools
  • 3.5.a Cisco Defense Orchestrator
  • 3.5.b Cloud-delivered Firewall Management Center
  • 3.5.c Secure Firewall Device Manager
  • 3.5.d Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 4.1 Configure Cisco Secure Firewall Malware Defense (formerly AMP for Networks) in
    Secure Firewall Management Center
  • 4.2 Configure Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly AMP for Endpoints) integration with Secure
    Firewall Management Center
  • 4.3 Implement Threat Intelligence Director for third-party security intelligence feeds
  • 4.4 Describe using Cisco SecureX for security investigations
  • 4.5 Describe Secure Firewall Management Center integration using pxGrid
  • 4.6 Describe Rapid Threat Containment (RTC) functionality within Secure Firewall
    Management Center
  • 4.7 Describe Cisco Security Analytics and Logging

Cisco SAUTO v1.1 (300-735)

  • 1.1 Use common version control operations with git (add, clone, push, commit, diff,
    branching, and merging conflict)
  • 1.2 Describe characteristics of API styles (REST and RPC)
  • 1.3 Describe the challenges encountered and patterns used when consuming APIs
    synchronously and asynchronously
  • 1.4 Interpret Python scripts containing data types, functions, classes, conditions, and
    looping
  • 1.5 Describe the benefits of Python virtual environments
  • 1.6 Explain the benefits of using network configuration tools such as Ansible and Terraform
    for automating security platforms
  • 2.1 Describe the event streaming capabilities of Cisco Secure Firewall Management Center
    (formerly Firepower Management Center) eStreamer API
  • 2.2 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
  • 2.2.a Cisco Secure Firewall Management Center and Cisco Secure Firewall Device
    Manager
  • 2.2.b Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)
  • 2.2.c pxGRID
  • 2.2.d Cisco Secure Network Analytics (formerly Stealthwatch) Enterprise
  • 2.3 Implement firewall objects, rules, intrusion policies, and access policies using Cisco
    Secure Firewall Management Center API
  • 2.4 Implement firewall objects, rules, intrusion policies, and access policies using Cisco
    Secure Firewall Device Manager API
  • 2.5 Construct a Python script for pxGrid to retrieve information such as endpoint device
    type, network policy, and security telemetry
  • 2.6 Construct API requests using Cisco Secure Network Analytics API
  • 2.6.a Perform configuration modifications
  • 2.6.b Generate rich reports
  • 3.1 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
  • 3.1.a Cisco Cloud Security APIs (such as Umbrella APIs, Investigate APIs)
  • 3.1.b Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly AMP for Endpoints) API
  • 3.1.c Cisco Secure Malware Analytics (formerly ThreatGRID) API
  • 3.1.d Cisco XDR solution APIs (such as SecureX API and Threat Response API)
  • 3.2 Construct an Umbrella Investigate API request
  • 3.3 Construct Cisco Secure Endpoint API requests for event, computer, and policies
  • 3.4 Construct Cisco Secure Malware Analytics API request for search, sample feeds, IoC
    feeds, and threat disposition
  • 3.5 Construct Cisco XDR solution API calls
  • 3.6 Describe the orchestration capabilities of Cisco XDR solution
  • 4.1 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
  • 4.1.a Umbrella APIs
  • 4.1.b Cisco Secure Cloud Analytics (formerly Steathwatch Cloud) APIs
  • 4.1.c Cisco Secure Email and Web Manager (formerly Security Management
    Appliance) APIs
  • 4.2 Construct Secure Cloud Analytics API request for reporting
  • 4.3 Construct an Umbrella API request for Reports and Policies
  • 4.4 Construct a report using Secure Email and Web Manager API request

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I have completed network autmation/python training from network journey.I am so happy because the instructor is very patience, the way of teaching is awesome and very easy to understand the concepts.Sagar- Thank you for the excellent training session.
Archana PanjakadiArchana Panjakadi
06:08 08 Jan 24
Excellent Training Center!This training center is top-notch for anyone interested in Networking and Automation Courses.Sagar Dhawan's expertise and prompt responses were instrumental in my journey. The Network Automation course was incredibly beneficial. Highly recommend this course and the excellent support from Sagar. I have registered for other recorded courses offered by trainer Shank, they have also been very helpful.
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Trainer Sagar Dhawan has delivered more than 8000+ hours of training in last 3 years.

Trainer Sagar is CISCO CCNP ENTERPRISE and DEVNET Certified working profession with more than 12+ Years of Industrial experience.

Trainer Sagar has trained more than 36,294+ professionals and received 853+ Endorsements with more than 10,000+ Followers.

In the year 2019, Sagar founded his own training & consulting academy which has trained over 25,000+ students just in the last 2 years.

After working as a company network security automation consultant for various projects, clients and as a freelancer, he found his passion in teaching & now he aim to provide top quality skill training at affordable rates to all working professionals.

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Trainer is CISCO CCNP SECURITY, PALO ALTO, CISCO ASA FTD Certified working profession with more than 7+ Years of Industrial experience.

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