Introducing Cisco Cloud Consumer Security (SECICC)

Course Overview

The Introducing Cisco Cloud Consumer Security (SECICC) v1.0 course gives you a technical overview of basic concepts and components of the cloud, and the Cisco® solutions used to provide comprehensive security of your cloud-based environment. In this primarily lecture-based course, you’ll learn the basics from a cloud consumer perspective including securing cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS) application environments. This introductory course provides insights on using Cisco Stealthwatch™ Cloud, Cisco CloudLock, Cisco Umbrella™ and more to protect the user when using cloud-based applications.

CLASS INFORMATION
Price: 
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Duration: 
1 day
Version: 
1.0
  • This course gives you an overview of how Cisco cloud security solutions can secure cloud environments to:

    • Block threats earlier: Stop malware before it reaches your network and endpoints, reducing the time spent remediating infections
    • Extend protection to the cloud: Remove blind spots and protect users anywhere they go anywhere they access the Internet
    • Secure users, information, and applications: Protect users, data, and applications in the cloud against compromised accounts, cloud-native threads, and data breaches. Support regulatory compliance
    • Enable highly secure cloud use: Improve security while boosting end user productivity

    After taking this course, you should be able to:

    • Describe public, private, and hybrid cloud models, concepts, and design
    • Explain the concepts and components for securing cloud environments
    • Describe Cisco security offerings for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    • Define methods to secure SaaS application usage
    • Introducing the Cloud
      • Describe the Evolution of Cloud Computing
      • Explain Cloud Service Models
      • Explore Cloud Deployment Models
    • Introducing Securing the Cloud
      • Describe the Cisco Threat-Centric Approach to Network Security
      • Describe Cloud Physical Environment Security
      • Describe Cloud Network Infrastructure Security
      • Explain Application Security
      • Explore Cloud Management and API Security
      • Describe Cisco Cloud-Based Security Solutions
      • Describe Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Virtual Network Function (VNF), and Secure Agile Exchange (SAE)
      • Describe Cisco CloudCenter for MultiCloud Management
      • Describe Cisco Stealthwatch
    • Describing Cloud Security Solutions Using AWS
      • Identify AWS Security Offerings
      • Identify Cisco Security Solutions in AWS
    • Introducing Security in an SaaS Environment
      • Describe SaaS Applications
      • Describe SaaS Security Challenges
      • Explain Cloud Access Security Broker
      • Describe Cisco CloudLock
      • Describe OAuth and OAuth Attacks
      • Describe Cisco Advanced Malware Protection for Endpoints
      • Describe Cisco Cloud Email Security
      • Describe Cisco Umbrella
    • Explore Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud
    • Explore Stealthwatch Cloud Alerts Settings, Watchlists, and Sensors
    • Explore Cisco Security Solutions in AWS Marketplace
    • Explore the Cisco CloudLock Dashboard and User Security
    • Explore Cisco CloudLock Application and Data Security
    • Explore Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) Endpoints
    • Explore the Cisco Umbrella Roaming Client
  • This course has no prerequisites, but you’ll get the most from the course if you have the following knowledge and skills:

    • Basic computer literacy
    • Basic PC operating system navigation skills
    • Basic Internet usage skills
    • Basic IP address knowledge

    We also recommend that you have the following skills:

    • Prior knowledge of cloud computing and virtualization software basics
  • This course benefits cloud consumers and administrators of public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud infrastructures:

    • Security architects
    • Cloud architects
    • Network engineers and administrators
    • System engineers and administrators
    • Cloud security consumers
    • Cloud application administrators
    • IT managers
    • Line of business managers
    • Cisco integrators and partners