Do you need CCNA to get CCNA Security?
According to Cisco, the CCENT can satisfy the prerequisites for the CCNA Security. The CCENT is a piece of cake, so if you want to go on the security track, you do not have to start the R&S track. Yes you can take but you need to pass CCENT at least. The prerequisite for CCNA security is valid CCENT or CCNA R&S.
It is not hard to believe that the official curriculum of CCNA Security is subject to changes due to constant up-gradation of technology and its usage. Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) is spreading to touch the limits of e-business globally and it continues to increase, especially in operational and information technology fields. As regards the recent studies, we would have more than 50 billion things connected to the Internet in the next five years, therefore, network security will be a main concern and the need of the hour for network security professionals is to upgrade themselves with advanced technical standards.
As with existing courses offered by the Cisco Networking Academy, the focus of the course will combine hands-on experience, instructor-led learning and e-learning for students. The IINS exam is associated with the CCNA Security certification and tests your knowledge of securing Cisco routers and switches and their associated networks.
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