About This Course
Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security (UCSEC)
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
Additional beneficial knowledge and skills:
CCNA Security certification is recommended by attending the following Cisco learning offerings:
Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security (UCSEC) v1.0 is a new 5-day ILT class designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement security features in a Cisco Unified Communications environment. Cisco Unified Communications support several features and mechanisms to secure voice signaling and communications and to mitigate attacks against Cisco Unified Communications networks. The Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security (UCSEC) v1.0 course introduces security mechanisms and describes different implementation scenarios that increase the security level of Cisco Unified Communications networks. After completing this course, students will be able to: - Identify vulnerabilities in Cisco Unified Communications networks, describe security implementation strategies, cryptographic services, PKI, and VPN technologies - Implement network infrastructure security features such as network separation and firewalling, 802.1X in phone VLANs, and the IP Phone VPN Client - Harden Cisco Unified Communications endpoints and implement toll-fraud prevention features and Cisco Unified Communications Manager cryptographic security features - Implement secure Cisco Unified Communications Manager integration with external devices, such as gateways, firewalls, and application proxies The software applications covered in this course include: - Cisco Unified Communications Manager version 8.5 - Cisco IOS Software Release v15.1(3)T at routers, Cisco IOS Software Release 2.2.55(SE1) at switches - Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance Release 8.3 - Cisco Secure Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS) version 5.2.
To provide learners with the necessary knowledge and skills that are common in all Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployments and additionally, those that are required to fully implement a single site solution.
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