• CCIE Security 350-018 exam will be retired on January 30, 2017, the new exam is 400-251.
  • CCNA Data Center 640-911 DCICN exam will be retired on April 11, 2017.
  • CCNA Data Center 640-916 DCICT exam will be retired on April 11, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-035 DCUCT exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-980 DCUFT exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-996 DCUFD exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-997 DCUFI exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-998 DCUCD exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • CCNP Data Center 642-999 DCUCI exam will be retired on July 3, 2017.
  • The new CCNP Data Center certification required exams are 300-180 DCIT, 300-165 DCII, 300-160 DCID, 300-175 DCUCI and 300-170 DCVAI exams.

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05 Jul

300-375 WISECURE Securing Wireless Enterprise Networks

Securing Wireless Enterprise Networks is the full name of 300-375 WISECURE test. There are 60-70 questions in real Cisco 300-375 WISECURE exam, which will take the candidates 90 minutes to complete the test. The Associated Certification is CCNP Wireless. The available language is English. Candidates can register Cisco 300-375 WISECURE exam at Pearson VUE testing center.

It is also important for the candidates to know Cisco 300-375 WISECURE exam topics.

1.0 Integrate Client Device Security 19%

1.1. Describe Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) authentication process
1.2. Configure client for secure EAP authentication
1.2.a. Native OS (iOS, Android, Windows, MAC OS, year 2013+) or AnyConnect client
1.3. Describe the impact of security configurations on application and client roaming
1.3.a. Key caching
1.3.b. 802.11r
1.4. Implement 802.11w Protected Management Frame (PMF) on the WLAN
1.4.a. Client support
1.4.b. PMF modes
1.4.c. Relevant timer settings
1.5. Implement Cisco Management Frame Protection (MFP)
1.5.a. Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX)
1.5.b. Infrastructure mode
1.5.c. Client and infrastructure mode
1.6. Describe and configure client profiling
1.6.a. ISE
1.6.b. WLC

2.0 Implement Secure Distribution System Connectivity Services on the Wireless Infrastructure 24%

2.1. Describe the impact of BYOD on wireless security
2.1.a Additional security risks
2.1.b Loss of device control
2.1.c Increased complexity of policy enforcement
2.2. Implement BYOD policies
2.2.a. Single vs dual SSID
2.2.b.Self registration
2.2.c. mDNS sharing
2.2.d.Wi-Fi Direct
2.3. Implement AAA based Layer 3 security on the controller
2.3.a. Local Web Auth (LWA)
2.3.a.[i] External authentication)
2.3.a.[ii] Locally significant certificates
2.3.a.[iii] Pre-authentication ACL
2.3.a.[iv] Pass through configuration
2.4. Describe regulatory compliance considerations for protecting data and access and providing accountability
2.4.a. PCI
2.5. Utilize security audit tools for Distribution Systems
2.5.a. PI reports
2.5.b. PCI audit

3.0 Implement Secure Client Connectivity Services on the Wireless Infrastructure 27%

3.1. Implement 802.1x wireless client authentication
3.1.a. AireOS
3.1.a.[i] Local
3.1.a.[ii] Central
3.1.b. IOS-XE
3.1.c. Autonomous
3.1.c.[i] Local authentication
3.1.c.[ii] Remote authentication
3.1.d. FlexConnect
3.1.d.[i] Local authentication
3.1.d.[ii] Remote authentication
3.2. Implement Identity Based Networking (IBN)
3.2.a. AireOS
3.2.a.[i] VLANs
3.2.a.[ii] QoS
3.2.a.[iii] ACLs
3.2.b. IOS-XE
3.2.b.[i] VLANs
3.2.b.[ii] QoS
3.2.b.[iii] ACLs
3.2.c. Autonomous
3.2.c.[i] VLAN
3.2.d. FlexConnect
3.2.d.[i] VLAN
3.2.d.[ii] ACLs
3.2.d.[iii] QoS
3.3. Implement ISE AAA parameters for integration with the wireless network
3.3.a. Network device
3.3.b. IBN profile
3.4. Implement AAA based Layer 3 security using ISE
3.4.a. Utilizing ISE as AAA service
3.4.a.[i] Locally significant certificates on ISE
3.4.a.[ii] Using captive portal capabilities for guest access
3.4.b. Central Web Auth (CWA
3.4.b.[i] Returned values and overrides
3.4.b.[ii] Access accept
3.4.b.[iii] AAA override statement
3.5. Configure MSE based web authentication
3.6. Utilize security audit tools for client connectivity
3.6.a. PI reports
3.6.b. PCI audit

4.0 Implement Secure Management Access on the WLAN Infrastructure 14%

4.1. Controlling administrative access to the wireless infrastructure
4.1.a. RADIUS
4.1.b. TACACS
4.1.c. Controller and ISE integration
4.1.d. Access point administration credentials
4.2. Configure APs and switches for 802.1x access to the wired infrastructure
4.2.a. Controller based
4.2.b. Autonomous
4.3. Implement SNMPv3 on the wireless infrastructure
4.3.a. AireOS
4.3.b. IOS-XE
4.3.c. Autonomous

5.0 Monitoring Security on the WLAN Infrastructure 16%

5.1. Execute Security reports on PI
5.2. Perform Rogue Management
5.2.a. Rogue Containment on WLC and PI
5.2.b. RLDP on WLC and PI
5.2.c. SwitchPort tracing on PI
5.2.d. Location on PI
5.2.e. Rogue Rules on WLC and PI
5.3. Monitor rogue APs and clients
5.3.a. PI Maps
5.3.b. Controller
5.4. Monitor Alarms
5.4.a. 2 items
5.4.b. PI Security Tab
5.4.c. Controller Trap Logs
5.5. Identify RF related Security interferers on WLC and PI Maps
5.5.a. Jammers
5.5.b. Inverted Wi-Fi
5.5.c. Wi-Fi invalid channel
5.6. Implement wIPS
5.6.a. Enhanced Local Mode (ELM)

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