This intermediate How to Implement Cisco Endpoint Security including Cisco AMP for Endpoints training prepares network security admins to keep their network safe and secure even with hundreds of smartphones and laptops connecting to the web every day.
It's hard enough to keep a largely internal network safe – all it takes is one vulnerable place for a hostile actor to sink their claws into and you could have a huge breach. But most networks need their users to have full use of laptops, desktops and smartphones – and that means hundreds and thousands of vulnerabilities and opportunities for bad actors. Cisco's Advanced Malware Protection is one of the best ways to keep your endpoints safe and secure and this course shows you how to implement and configure it to keep your network safe, along with other processes and steps to keep endpoints secure.
Once you're done with this Cisco training, you'll know how to keep your network safe and secure even with hundreds of smartphones and laptops connecting to the web every day.
For anyone who manages their Cisco training, this Cisco training can be used to onboard new network security admins, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Cisco reference resource.
How to Implement Cisco Endpoint Security including Cisco AMP for Endpoints: What You Need to Know
This How to Implement Cisco Endpoint Security including Cisco AMP for Endpoints training has videos that cover topics including:
- Setting up continuous monitoring of all file activity to detect malware
- Strengthening network defenses with tools that actively and passively protect
- Investigating breaches and applying appropriate fixes
Who Should Take How to Implement Cisco Endpoint Security including Cisco AMP for Endpoints Training?
This How to Implement Cisco Endpoint Security including Cisco AMP for Endpoints training is considered associate-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for network security admins. This endpoint security skills course is designed for network security admins with three to five years of experience with Cisco network security.
New or aspiring network security admins. Even if you're a brand new network security administrator with no experience, you probably already know intuitively that endpoints are the most vulnerable places on any network. This training shows you how to use Cisco's AMP to provide proactive security for those vulnerable places and keep your network safe.
Experienced network security admins. Experienced network security administrators might have already come across Cisco AMP and even tried googling how to use it a few times. This training walks you through all the use cases for Cisco AMP and makes sure you know how to unlock all its security potential and keep your endpoints locked down.