WHEN DEFENCE IS YOUR FOCUS
Certified Network Defender CND v2 provides a comprehensive approach to effectively deal with security issues in today’s modern network, which includes:
Maps to NICE 2.0 Framework
Modern Network Security Technologies and Techniques
Hands-on Approach to Learning
Enhanced Threat Prediction Focus
Covers the Latest Tools
CND v2 is based on the cybersecurity education framework and work role task analysis presented by the National Initiative of Cybersecurity Education (NICE). The program is also mapped to the Department of Defense (DoD) roles for system/network administrators, as well as, [insert which frameworks here] global work roles and responsibilities.
More than 50% of the CND v2 program is dedicated to practical skills in live ranges via EC-Council labs.
IoT security, previously ignored, has now become an issue of great concern. IoT devices are not primarily designed with security in mind. This leaves serious vulnerabilities while configuring IoT devices in a network. CND v2 introduces candidates to the various challenges that IoT devices pose and the measures required to mitigate them.
Tracking security applications and configurations of remote work environments as workforces span across servers is very difficult. The CND v2 program covers the complete security criterion to protect virtualized environments.
Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2021, 27% of corporate data traffic will bypass perimeter security, and flow directly from mobile and portable devices to the cloud. With the CND v2, you will learn how to ensure that this endpoint remains secure.
While the adoption of cloud computing in organizations has increased, so have the challenges. Learn about the different ways to ensure security across various cloud platforms – AWS, Microsoft Azure Cloud, Google Cloud Platform through the CND v2 program.
Having a proactive approach to security is the new requirement of all organizations. Without threat intelligence, your cybersecurity posture is simply reactive one. CND v2 helps you take a more effective, proactive approach using threat intelligence.
The key to cyber risk management is in-depth, attack surface analysis. CNDv2 provides how to identify what parts of your organization need to be reviewed and tested for security vulnerabilities and how to reduce, prevent, and mitigate risks in the network.
CNDv2 covers latest technologies such as software defined network (SDN) security, network function virtualization (NFV) security, container security, docker security, and Kubernetes security.