This course dives deep on two things: enterprise networks and designing them securely. You'll learn how to make an enterprise network secure by designing it properly from the ground up and incorporating crucial architectural elements into every step of installation, implementation and configuration that keep it secure in operation.
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Secure Design and Architecture Fundamentals for Enterprise Environments FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network engineers and network designers should take this course. Network administrators would also benefit from the training in secure design fundamentals. But network designers are the key audience: the only secure enterprise network is the one that was built that way from the very first step.
No, this course doesn't emphasize or focus on specific hardware or software combinations or any one vendor, so it won't help you prepare specifically for any certification. That doesn't mean it's not valuable, only that the course content isn't tied to the learning objectives for a certain certifying exam.
You should consider earning the CompTIA Network+ or the CySA+ after this course. Like this course, CompTIA's certifications are vendor-agnostic, and both the Network+ and CySA+ emphasize secure network design principles. There are courses for preparing for those certifications, but you'll have a great foundation after this course.
You should take this course if you work with enterprise networks or need a better understanding of what goes into a secure network architecture. If you need to understand how to plan a secure network and then how to implement it, this course will provide you with every tool.