HCIP-Security is intended for the development of network security professionals who are familiar with network security basics and have rich practical skills and experience in interworking network security equipment. The HCIP-Security certification focuses on integrated enterprise network security solutions and skills.
The HCIP Security course covers a broad range of topics related to network security device management, providing participants with practical skills and knowledge to secure and manage a network effectively. The course is suitable for individuals who want to pursue a career in network security or who are already working in the field and want to enhance their skills and knowledge.
Network Security Device Management
Network security device management is a critical aspect of ensuring the safety and integrity of any network. This involves the use of various network security devices, which are designed to protect against various types of cyber attacks. In this course, participants will be introduced to different types of network security devices, their functions, and their management.
Firewall Bandwidth Management
One of the essential aspects of network security device management is firewall bandwidth management. Firewalls are used to monitor and control traffic between different parts of a network, and bandwidth management is a technique used to manage the amount of traffic passing through the firewall. Participants will learn about the technology, configuration, and troubleshooting of firewall bandwidth management.
Server Load Balancing (SLB)
Server load balancing (SLB) is another critical aspect of network security device management, where the load is distributed between multiple servers to ensure high availability and optimal performance. In this course, participants will learn about SLB technology, configuration, and troubleshooting, as well as IP-Link technology, which allows multiple devices to be managed as a single system.
Firewall High Availability
Firewall high availability is also covered in this course, where participants will learn about the technology, configuration, and troubleshooting of firewall high availability. This is an essential aspect of network security device management, as it ensures continuous protection against cyber attacks and minimizes downtime
Firewall Virtual Systems
The course also covers firewall virtual systems, which allow multiple virtual systems to be managed on a single physical firewall device. Participants will learn about the technology, configuration, and troubleshooting of firewall virtual systems.
Advanced VPN Applications
Advanced VPN applications are also covered in this course, which includes advanced applications of IPSec VPN and SSL VPN. These are critical aspects of network security device management, as they provide secure remote access to a network.
Advanced VPN Applications
Firewall intelligent maintenance, firewall virtualization, and USG6000V functionality are other topics covered in this course. Participants will learn about firewall intelligent uplink selection, smart policy, virtualization technology overview, and virtual firewall application scenarios
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