Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security V1.0 (UCSEC)
- Sant Cugat, ES
What you’ll learn in this course
The Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security V1.0 (UCSEC) is a new five-day ILT class that is 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.
How you’ll benefit
This course isdesigned 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.
Who should enroll
This course is designed for experienced Cisco Unified Communications engineers who will be deploying or managing secure Cisco Unified Communications networks
· Channel Partner / Reseller
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
· Working knowledge of converged voice and data networks.
· Working knowledge of Cisco IOS gateways, Cisco Unified SRST gateways, and Cisco Unified Border Element.
· Working knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.
Additional beneficial knowledge and skills:
· CCNP Voice certification is recommended.
· Knowledge of network security fundamentals.
· Knowledge of Cisco IOS Firewall and Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance firewalls.
· Knowledge of IPsec and/or SSL VPNs.
CCNA Security certification is recommended by attending the following Cisco learning offerings:
· Implementing Cisco Voice Communications and QoS (CVOICE) v8.0
· Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1 (CIPT1) v8.0
· Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 2 (CIPT2) v8.0.
· Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS) v1.0 )
After taking this course, you should 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
Vulnerabilities of Cisco Unified Communications Networks and Security Fundamentals
· Assessing Vulnerabilities of Cisco Unified Communications Networks
· Describing Security Implementation Strategies
· Describing Cryptographic Services and Functions
· Describing Key Management and PKI
· Describing IPsec and Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN
Network Infrastructure Security
· Implementing Network Separation and Packet Filtering
· Implementing Switch Security Features
· Implementing Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPNs in Cisco Unified Communications Networks
Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Endpoint Security Features
· Hardening Cisco Unified Communications Endpoints
· Implementing Toll-Fraud Prevention
· Implementing Native Cisco Unified Communications Manager Security Features
· Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Security Features Based on Security Tokens
Secure Cisco Unified Communications Integration and Features
· Implementing SRTP to Gateways and Signaling Protection by IPsec
· Implementing Secure Signaling and SRTP in SRST and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
· Implementing Trusted Relay Points
· Implementing Proxies for Secure Signaling and SRTP
Instructor-led training: (5) days
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