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Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security


Credential: Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security  In-Demand resource  GI Bill resource  ANAB (ANSI) resource
Credentialing Agency: Cisco Systems, Inc.

Renewal Period: 3 years

Cisco Systems, Inc., Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP Security) is a professional-level certification for candidates in job roles in security technologies. To earn the CCNP security, candidates must pass two exams: a core exam and a concentration exam of the candidate's choice. The core exam focuses on knowledge of security infrastructure. The concentration exams focus on emerging and industry-specific topics. There are no formal prerequisites to sit for the CCNP Security exams; however, it is recommended that candidates have a three to five years of experience implementing security solutions.

More information can be found on the certifying agency's website.

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Attainability:    medium

Eligibility Requirements (View Details)

  • Credential Prerequisite
  • Experience: 3 years recommended
  • Education
  • Training
  • Membership
  • Other
  • Fee

Note: This credential may have multiple options for a Service member to meet eligibility requirements. Requirements listed here are based on the minimum degree required. To view other options, see the Eligibility tab.

Exam Requirements (View Details)

  • Exam
  • Written Exam
  • Oral Exam
  • Practical Exam
  • Performance Assessment

Exam Administration (View Details)

  • In-person exam
  • Remote proctored on-line exam
  • Third-party test vendor

RECERTIFICATION SUMMARY

Renewal Period: 3 years

  • Continuing Education
  • Exam
  • Continuing Education OR Exam
  • Fee
  • Other

AGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION

Cisco Systems, Inc.

170 West Tasman Dr.
San Jose, CA  95134

Phone: (800) 553-NETS

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Other REQUIREMENTS

The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security credential has the following other requirements:

To earn CCNP Security, candidates must pass two exams: a core exam (SCOR 350-701) and a security concentration exam of the candidate's choice.

  • 1.0 Security Concepts (25%)
    • 1.1 Explain common threats against on-premises and cloud environments
    • 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
  • 2.0 Network Security (20%)
    • 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)
    • 2.5 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
  • 3.0 Securing the Cloud (15%)
    • 3.1 Identify security solutions for cloud environments
    • 3.2 Compare the customer vs. provider security responsibility for the different cloud service models
    • 3.3 Describe the concept of DevSecOps (CI/CD pipeline, container orchestration, and security
    • 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
  • 4.0 Content Security (15%)
    • 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, blacklisting, and email encryption
    • 4.6 Configure and verify secure internet gateway and web security features such as blacklisting, 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)
  • 5.0 Endpoint Protection and Detection (10%)
    • 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
  • 6.0 Secure Network Access, Visibility, and Enforcement (15%)
    • 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

  • 1.0 Deployment (30%)
    • 1.1 Implement NGFW modes
    • 1.2 Implement NGIPS modes
    • 1.3 Implement high availability options
    • 1.4 Describe IRB configurations
  • 2.0 Configuration (30%)
    • 2.1 Configure system settings in Cisco Firepower Management Center
    • 2.2 Configure these policies in Cisco Firepower Management Center
      • 2.2.a Access control
      • 2.2.b Intrusion
      • 2.2.c Malware and file
      • 2.2.d DNS
      • 2.2.e Identity
      • 2.2.f SSL
      • 2.2.g Prefilter
    • 2.3 Configure these features using Cisco Firepower Management Center
      • 2.3.a Network discovery
      • 2.3.b Application detectors (Open AppID)
      • 2.3.c Correlation
      • 2.3.d Actions
    • 2.4 Configure objects using Firepower Management Center
    • 2.5 Configure devices using Firepower Management Center
  • 3.0 Management and Troubleshooting (25%)
    • 3.1 Troubleshoot with FMC CLI and GUI
    • 3.2 Configure dashboards and reporting in FMC
    • 3.3 Troubleshoot using packet capture procedures
    • 3.4 Analyze risk and standard reports
  • 4.0 Integration (15%)
    • 4.1 Configure Cisco AMP for Networks in Firepower Management Center
    • 4.2 Configure Cisco AMP for Endpoints in Firepower Management Center
    • 4.3 Implement Threat Intelligence Director for third-party security intelligence feeds
    • 4.4 Describe using Cisco Threat Response for security investigations
    • 4.5 Describe Cisco FMC PxGrid Integration with Cisco Identify Services Engine (ISE)
    • 4.6 Describe Rapid Threat Containment (RTC) functionality within Firepower Management Center

  • 1.0 Architecture and Deployment (10%)
    • 1.1 Configure personas
    • 1.2 Describe deployment options
  • 2.0 Policy Enforcement (25%)
    • 2.1 Configure native AD and LDAP
    • 2.2 Describe identity store options
    • 2.3 Configure wired/wireless 802.1X network access
    • 2.4 Configure 802.1X phasing deployment
    • 2.5 Configure network access devices
    • 2.6 Implement MAB
    • 2.7 Configure Cisco TrustSec
    • 2.8 Configure policies including authentication and authorization profiles
  • 3.0 Web Auth and Guest Services (15%)
    • 3.1 Configure web authentication
    • 3.2 Configure guest access services
    • 3.3 Configure sponsor and guest portals
  • 4.0 Profiler (15%)
    • 4.1 Implement profiler services
    • 4.2 Implement probes
    • 4.3 Implement CoA
    • 4.4 Configure endpoint identity management
  • 5.0 BYOD (15%)
    • 5.1 Describe Cisco BYOD functionality
    • 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 blacklist/whitelist
  • 6.0 Endpoint Compliance (10%)
    • 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 Cisco ISE posture agents and operational modes
    • 6.5 Describe supplicant, supplicant options, authenticator, and server
  • 7.0 Network Access Device Administration (10%)
    • 7.1 Compare AAA protocols
    • 7.2 Configure TACACS+ device administration and command authorization

  • 1.0 Cisco Email Security Appliance Administration (15%)
    • 1.1. Configure Cisco Email Security Appliance features
    • 1.2. Describe centralized services on a Cisco Content SMA
    • 1.3. Configure mail policies
  • 2.0 Spam Control with Talos SenderBase and Antispam (15%)
    • 2.1 Control spam with Talos SenderBase and Antispam
    • 2.2 Describe graymail management solution
    • 2.3 Configure file reputation filtering and file analysis features
    • 2.4 Implement malicious or undesirable URLs protection
    • 2.5 Describe the bounce verification feature
  • 3.0 Content and Message filters (20%)
    • 3.1 Describe the functions and capabilities of content filters
    • 3.2 Create text resources such as content dictionaries, disclaimers, and templates
    • 3.3 Configure message filters components, rules, processing order and attachment scanning
    • 3.4 Configure scan behavio
    • 3.5 Configure the Cisco ESA to scan for viruses using Sophos and McAfee scanning engines
    • 3.6 Configure outbreak filters
    • 3.7 Configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
  • 4.0 LDAP and SMTP Sessions (15%)
    • 4.1 Configure and verify LDAP servers and queries (Queries and Directory Harvest Attack)
    • 4.2 Understand spam quarantine functions
    • 4.3 Understand SMTP functionality
  • 5.0 Email Authentication and Encryption (20%)
    • 5.1 Configure Domain Keys and DKIM signing
    • 5.2 Configure SPF and SIDF
    • 5.3 Configure DMARC verification
    • 5.4 Configure forged email detection
    • 5.5 Configure email encryption
    • 5.6 Describe S/MIME security services and communication encryption with other MTAs
    • 5.7 Manage certificate authorities
  • 6.0 System Quarantines and Delivery Methods (15%)
    • 6.1 Configure quarantine (spam, policy, virus, and outbreak)
    • 6.2 Utilize safelists and blocklists to control email delivery
    • 6.3 Manage messages in local or external spam quarantines
    • 6.4 Configure virtual gateways

  • 1.0 Cisco WSA Features (10%)
    • 1.1 Describe Cisco WSA features and functionality
    • 2.1 Perform initial configuration tasks on Cisco WSA
    • 1.2 Describe WSA solutions
    • 1.3 Integrate Cisco WSA with Splunk
    • 1.4 Integrate Cisco WSA with Cisco ISE
    • 1.5 Troubleshoot data security and external data loss using log files
  • 2.0 Configuration (20%)
    • 2.2 Configure an Acceptable Use Policy
    • 2.3 Configure and verify web proxy features
    • 2.4 Configure a referrer header to filter web categories
    • 3.4 Describe the SOCKS protocol and the SOCKS proxy services
  • 3.0 Proxy Services (10%)
    • 3.1 Compare proxy terms
    • 3.2 Describe tune caching behavior for safety or performance
    • 3.3 Describe the functions of a Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file
  • 4.0 Authentication (10%)
    • 4.1 Describe authentication features
    • 4.2 Configure traffic redirection to Cisco WSA using explicit forward proxy mode
    • 4.3 Describe the FTP proxy authentication
    • 4.4 Troubleshoot authentication issues
  • 5.0 Decryption Policies to Control HTTPS Traffic (10%)
    • 5.1 Describe SSL and TLS inspection
    • 5.2 Configure HTTPS capabilities
    • 5.3 Configure self-signed and intermediate certificates within SSL/TLS transactions
  • 6.0 Differentiated Traffic Access Policies and Identification Profiles (10%)
    • 6.1 Describe access policies
    • 6.2 Describe identification profiles and authentication
    • 6.3 Troubleshoot using access logs
  • 7.0 Acceptable Use Control (10%)
    • 7.1 Configure URL filtering
    • 7.2 Configure the dynamic content analysis engine
    • 7.3 Configure time-based & traffic volume acceptable use policies and end user notifications
    • 7.4 Configure web application visibility and control (Office 365, third-party feeds)
    • 7.5 Create a corporate global acceptable use policy
    • 7.6 Implement policy trace tool to verify corporate global acceptable use policy
    • 7.7 Configure WSA to inspect archive file types
  • 8.0 Malware Defense (10%)
    • 8.1 Describe anti-malware scanning
    • 8.2 Configure file reputation filtering and file analysis
    • 8.3 Describe Advanced Malware Protection (AMP)
    • 8.4 Describe integration with Cognitive Threat Analytics
  • 9.0 Reporting and Tracking Web Transactions (10%)
    • 9.1 Configure and analyze web tracking reports
    • 9.2 Configure Cisco Advanced Web Security Reporting (AWSR)
    • 9.3 Troubleshoot connectivity issues

  • 1.0 Site-to-site Virtual Private Networks on Routers and Firewalls (15%)
    • 1.1 Describe GETVPN
    • 1.2 Implement DMVPN (hub-and-spoke and spoke-to-spoke on both IPv4 & IPv6)
    • 1.3 Implement FlexVPN (hub-and-spoke on both IPv4 & IPv6) using local AAA
  • 2.0 Remote access VPNs (20%)
    • 2.1 Implement AnyConnect IKEv2 VPNs on ASA and routers
    • 2.2 Implement AnyConnect SSLVPN on ASA and routers
    • 2.3 Implement Clientless SSLVPN on ASA and routers
    • 2.4 Implement Flex VPN on routers
  • 3.0 Troubleshooting using ASDM and CLI (35%)
    • 3.1 Troubleshoot IPsec
    • 3.2 Troubleshoot DMVPN
    • 3.3 Troubleshoot FlexVPN
    • 3.4 Troubleshoot AnyConnect IKEv2 and SSL VPNs on ASA and routers
    • 3.5 Troubleshoot Clientless SSLVPN on ASA and routers
  • 4.0 Secure Communications Architectures (30%)
    • 4.1 Identify functional components of GETVPN, FlexVPN, DMVPN, and IPsec for site-to-site VPN solutions
    • 4.2 Identify functional components of FlexVPN, IPsec, and Clientless SSL for remote access VPN solutions
    • 4.3 Identify VPN technology based on configuration output for site-to-site VPN solutions
    • 4.4 Identify VPN technology based on configuration output for remote access VPN solutions
    • 4.5 Identify split tunneling requirements for remote access VPN solutions
    • 4.6 Design site-to-site VPN solutions
    • 4.7 Design remote access VPN solutions
    • 4.8 Identify Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) algorithms

  • 1.0 Network Programmability Foundation (10%)
    • 1.1 Utilize 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 Puppet for automating security platforms
  • 2.0 Network Security (35%)
    • 2.1 Describe the event streaming capabilities of Firepower Management Center eStreamer API
    • 2.2 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
      • 2.2.a Firepower (Firepower Management Center and Firepower Device Management)
      • 2.2.b ISE
      • 2.2.c pxGRID
      • 2.2.d Stealthwatch Enterprise
    • 2.3 Implement firewall objects, rules, intrusion policies, and access policies using Firepower Management Center API
    • 2.4 Implement firewall objects, rules, intrusion policies, and access policies using Firepower Threat Defense API (also known as Firepower 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 Stealthwatch API
  • 3.0 Advanced Threat & Endpoint Security (30%)
    • 3.1 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
    • 3.2 Construct an Umbrella Investigate API request
    • 3.3 Construct AMP for endpoints API requests for event, computer, and policies
    • 3.4 Construct ThreatGRID APIs request for search, sample feeds, IoC feeds, and threat disposition
  • 4.0 Cloud, Web, and Email Security (25%)
    • 4.1 Describe the capabilities and components of these APIs
      • 4.1.a Umbrella reporting and enforcement APIs
      • 4.1.b Stealthwatch cloud APIs
      • 4.1.c Cisco Security Management Appliance APIs
    • 4.2 Construct Stealthwatch cloud API request for reporting
    • 4.3 Construct an Umbrella Reporting and Enforcement API request
    • 4.4 Construct a report using Cisco Security Management Appliance API request (email and web)

Exam Preparation Resources

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    • In-person exam
    • Remote proctored on-line exam
    • Third-party test vendor
  • For more information on the Cisco Systems, Inc. testing process, visit the agency website.

RECERTIFICATION

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security

Renewal Period: 3 years

The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security credential has the following recertification information:

  • All certification levels have a three-year recertification requirement. Certified individuals will able to recertify by completing continuing education activities, taking exams, or a combination of both.

Additional considerations for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security include:

  • There are no formal prerequisites for CCNP Security. CCNP candidates are recommended to have three to five years of experience implementing security solutions.
  • Passing any of the individual exams required for this certification may lead to a Cisco Certified Specialist Certification. More information can be found on the Cisco webpage.

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