OSCP (Open Security Certified Professional) Course

About OSCP Course:
Our Open Security Certified Professional (OSCP) Course is introducing Multi tehnologies course modules that included CCNA to CCIE Security Syllabus along with that Penetration testing Concepts and Cloud Computing Secuirty. This course covers core technology areas and validates your end-to-end lifecycle skills in complex security technologies and solutions, from planning and design to operating and optimizing.
Security in cloud computing is a major concern. Data in cloud should be stored in encrypted form. To restrict client from accessing the shared data directly, proxy and brokerage services should be employed.

Security Planning

Before deploying a particular resource to cloud, one should need to analyze several aspects of the resource such as:
Select resource that needs to move to the cloud and analyze its sensitivity to risk.
Consider cloud service models such as IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS.
These models require customer to be responsible for security at different levels of service.

Course Outline
1. Perimeter Security and Intrusion Prevention (20%)
1.1 Deployment modes on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.1.a Routed
1.1.b Transparent
1.1.c Single
1.1.d Multi-Context
1.1.e Multi-Instance
1.2 Firewall features on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.2.a NAT
1.2.b Application inspection
1.2.c Traffic zones
1.2.d Policy-based routing
1.2.e Traffic redirection to service modules
1.2.f Identity firewall
1.3 Security features on Cisco IOS/IOS-XE
1.3.a Application awareness
1.3.b Zone-Based Firewall (ZBFW)
1.3.c NAT
1.4 Cisco Firepower Management Center (FMC) features
1.4.a Alerting
1.4.b Logging
1.4.c Reporting
1.5 NGIPS deployment modes
1.5.a In-Line
1.5.b Passive
1.5.c TAP
1.6 Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) features
1.6.a SSL inspection
1.6.b user identity
1.6.c geolocation
1.6.d AVC
1.7 Detect, and mitigate common types of attacks
1.7.a DoS/DDoS
1.7.b Evasion Techniques
1.7.c Spoofing
1.7.d Man-In-The-Middle
1.7.e Botnet
1.8 Clustering/HA features on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.9 Policies and rules for traffic control on Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.10 Routing protocols security on Cisco IOS, Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.11 Network connectivity through Cisco ASA and Cisco FTD
1.12 Correlation and remediation rules on Cisco FMC
2. Secure Connectivity and Segmentation (20%)
2.1 AnyConnect client-based remote access VPN technologies on Cisco ASA,
Cisco FTD, and Cisco Routers.
2.2 Cisco IOS CA for VPN authentication
2.3 FlexVPN, DMVPN, and IPsec L2L Tunnels
2.4 Uplink and downlink MACsec (802.1AE)
2.5 VPN high availability using
2.5.a Cisco ASA VPN clustering
2.5.b Dual-Hub DMVPN deployments
2.6 Infrastructure segmentation methods
2.6.a VLAN
2.6.b PVLAN
2.6.c GRE
2.6.d VRF-Lite
2.7 Micro-segmentation with Cisco TrustSec using SGT and SXP
3. Infrastructure Security (15%)
3.1 Device hardening techniques and control plane protection methods
3.1.a CoPP
3.1.b IP Source routing
3.1.c iACLs
3.2 Management plane protection techniques
3.2.a CPU
3.2.b Memory thresholding
3.2.c Securing device access
3.3 Data plane protection techniques
3.3.a uRPF
3.3.b QoS
3.3.c RTBH
3.4 Layer 2 security techniques
3.4.a DAI
3.4.b IPDT
3.4.c STP security
3.4.d Port security
3.4.e DHCP snooping
3.4.f RA Guard
3.4.g VACL
3.5 Wireless security technologies
3.5.a WPA
3.5.b WPA2
3.5.c WPA3
3.5.d TKIP
3.5.e AES
3.6 Monitoring protocols
3.6.a NetFlow/IPFIX/NSEL
3.6.b SNMP
3.6.c SYSLOG
3.6.d RMON
3.6.e eStreamer
3.7 Security features to comply with organizational security policies, procedures,
and standards BCP 38
3.7.a ISO 27001
3.7.b RFC 2827
3.7.c PCI-DSS
3.8 Cisco SAFE model to validate network security design and to identify threats
to different Places in the Network (PINs)
3.9 Interaction with network devices through APIs using basic Python scripts
3.9.a REST API requests and responses
3.9.a i HTTP action verbs, error codes, cookies, headers
3.9.a ii JSON or XML payload
3.9.a iii Authentication
3.9.b Data encoding formats
3.9.b I JSON
3.9.b ii XML
3.9.b iii YAML
3.10 Cisco DNAC Northbound APIs use cases
3.10.a. Authentication/Authorization
3.10.b. Network Discovery
3.10.c. Network Device
3.10.d. Network Host
4. Identity Management, Information Exchange, and Access Control (25%)
4.1 ISE scalability using multiple nodes and personas.
4.2 Cisco switches and Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers for network access AAA
with ISE.
4.3 Cisco devices for administrative access with ISE
4.4 AAA for network access with 802.1X and MAB using ISE
4.5 Guest lifecycle management using ISE and Cisco Wireless LAN controllers
4.6 BYOD on-boarding and network access flows
4.7 ISE integration with external identity sources
4.7.a LDAP
4.7.b AD
4.7.c External RADIUS
4.8 Provisioning of AnyConnect with ISE and ASA
4.9 Posture assessment with ISE
4.10 Endpoint profiling using ISE and Cisco network infrastructure including
device sensor
4.11 Integration of MDM with ISE
4.12 Certificate-based authentication using ISE
4.13 Authentication methods
4.13.a EAP Chaining
4.13.b Machine Access Restriction (MAR)
4.14 Identity mapping on ASA, ISE, WSA, and FTD
4.15 pxGrid integration between security devices WSA, ISE, and Cisco FMC
4.16 Integration of ISE with multi-factor authentication
4.17 Access control and single sign-on using Cisco DUO security technology
5. Advanced Threat Protection and Content Security (20%)
5.1 AMP for networks, AMP for endpoints, and AMP for content security (ESA,
and WSA)
5.2 Detect, analyze, and mitigate malware incidents
5.3 Perform packet capture and analysis using Wireshark, tcpdump, SPAN,
5.4 DNS layer security, intelligent proxy, and user identification using Cisco
5.5 Web filtering, user identification, and Application Visibility and Control (AVC)
on Cisco FTD and WSA.
5.6 WCCP redirection on Cisco devices
5.7 Email security features
5.7.a Mail policies
5.7.b DLP
5.7.c Quarantine
5.7.d Authentication
5.7.e Encryption
5.8 HTTPS decryption and inspection on Cisco FTD, WSA and Umbrella
5.9 SMA for centralized content security management
5.10 Cisco advanced threat solutions and their integration: Stealthwatch, FMC,
AMP, Cognitive Threat Analytics (CTA), Threat Grid, Encrypted Traffic
Analytics (ETA), WSA, SMA, CTR, and Umbrella

What you’ll learn:

Evaluate security issues with cloud infrastructure

Implement cloud features to secure and harden the infrastructure

Use tools to analyze system logs to detect possible security or performance problems

Review case studies and standard documents on cloud security

Understand the use of security policies as part of the overall security strategy of an organization-you will earn skills and knowledge of designing, deploying, operating and optimizing complex network scenarios.

You will also learn automation for network engineers and network programmability with hands-on experience.

You will solidify your understanding of the TCP/IP protocol stack, RIPv2, OSPF, EIGRP, and MP-BGP.