Cisco Virtual Private Networks Online Training
This intermediate-level Cisco VPN training prepares learners to configure, maintain and troubleshoot Cisco VPNs, allowing you to extend a corporate network through encrypted connections over the Internet.
The technology that makes Virtual Private Networks possible has been around since 1996, but it's only been in the last few years that VPNs have really come into their own. The reasons for that are pretty obvious: there aren't many technologies that can boast that they provide security, enhance productivity, and reduce costs — while increasing flexibility. And VPNs do.
All around the globe, the number of people who work remotely has skyrocketed, and the need for security and flexibility has increased at an even faster rate. Network administrators who don't know VPN configuration and maintenance are going to find themselves far behind their peers. With this Cisco Virtual Private Networks training, you'll be maintaining site-to-site IPsec VPNs and remote-access VPNs in no time.
After completing this Cisco Virtual Private Networks training, you'll know how to configure, maintain and troubleshoot Cisco VPNs, allowing you to extend a corporate network through encrypted connections over the Internet.
For anyone with network administrators on their team, this Cisco training can be used to onboard new network administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Cisco reference resource.
Cisco Virtual Private Networks: What You Need to Know
This Cisco Virtual Private Networks training has videos that cover topics including:
- Providing secure communications through end-to-end encryption
- Tailoring network access rights down to individual users
- Enhancing productivity by extending corporate networks
- Reducing communications overhead and increasing flexibility
- Encrypting site-to-site IPsec and remote-access VPNs
Who Should Take Cisco Virtual Private Networks Training?
This Cisco Virtual Private Networks training is considered associate-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with network security and experienced network administrators looking to validate their Cisco skills.
New or aspiring network administrators. If you're new to network administration, the ability to confidently tell an employer that you're comfortable maintaining and configuring VPNs is valuable. Get trained in Cisco Virtual Private Networks and you'll be the person on your team who knows how to tailor access rights to individual employees, contractors and partners, or extend your corporate network and applications and improve everyone's productivity.
Experienced network administrators. If you've been working as a network administrator for several years and you don't feel rock-solid with maintaining VPNs, this training will get you up to speed. There are very few companies or organizations left for whom VPNs are optional -- and similarly, network administrators who don't know or understand virtual private networks are becoming rarer and rarer. Learn the tech and stay on top of your own career with this Cisco Virtual Private Network training.