CCNP Security Virtual Private Networks Svpn 300-730 Official Cert Guide (Hardcover)
Muniz, Joseph, Chimes, Steven, Risler, James
This is Cisco's official, comprehensive self-study resource for Cisco's SVPN 300-730 exam (Implementing Secure Solutions with Virtual Private Networks), one of the most popular concentration exams required for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Security certification. It will thoroughly prepare network professionals to deliver secure solutions based on Cisco VPN technologies.
Designed for all CCNP Security candidates, CCNP Security Virtual Private Networks SVPN 300-730 Official Cert Guide covers every SVPN #300-730 objective concisely and logically, with extensive teaching features designed to promote retention and understanding. You'll find:
- Pre-chapter quizzes to assess knowledge upfront and focus your study more efficiently
- Foundation topics sections that explain concepts and configurations, and link theory to practice
- Key topics sections calling attention to every figure, table, and list you must know
- Exam Preparation sections with additional chapter review features
- Final preparation chapter providing tools and a complete final study plan
- A customizable practice test library
CCNP Security Virtual Private Networks SVPN 300-730 Official Cert Guide offers comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of all SVPN #300-730 topics related to:
- Secure communications
Joseph Muniz is an architect and security researcher in the Cisco Security Sales and Engineering organization. He is driven by making the world a safer place through education and adversary research. Joseph has extensive experience in designing security solutions and architectures as a trusted advisor for top Fortune 500 corporations and the U.S. government.
Joseph is a researcher and industry thought leader. He speaks regularly at international conferences, writes for technical magazines, and is involved with developing training for various industry certifications. He invented the fictitious character Emily Williams to create awareness around social engineering. Joseph runs The Security Blogger website, a popular resource for security and product implementation. He is the author of and contributor to several publications, including titles ranging from security best practices to exploitation tactics.
When Joseph is not using technology, you can find him on the futbal (soccer) field or raising the next generation of hackers, also known as his children. Follow Joseph at https: //www.thesecurityblogger.com and @SecureBlogger.
Steven Chimes, CCIE No. 35525, is a security architect in the Security Sales Engineering organization at Cisco, focused on building cybersecurity solutions for Cisco's largest global customers. He has more than 15 years of experience in the networking and cybersecurity fields, specializing in cross-domain solutions and emerging technologies. He has led the technical design for projects across the IT spectrum, including networking, security, analytics, identity, collaboration, compute, data center, and cloud.
When not building solutions, Steven is either teaching or learning. He is a distinguished speaker at Cisco Live and has spoken at Cisco Live events all over the world. He is also a serial collector of certifications, including CCIE Security, CCNP Enterprise, DevNet Associate, CISSP-ISSAP, GMON, and GCIH, among many others. What Steven finds most fulfilling, though, is mentoring the next generation of inspired cybersecurity professionals through programs such as Cisco High. Follow Steven @StevenChimes on Twitter.
James Risler, CCIE No. 15412, is a security training development manager in the Cisco Customer Experience organization. As senior manager of security content engineering at Cisco, he's constantly discovering and exploring the latest trends and issues in security, IT, and business. In his current role, he oversees teams responsible for both security and collaboration course development.
James is passionate about helping organizations understand the impact that security events can have on business and how to mitigate that risk. That's why he works to educate individuals and organizations in a variety of cybersecurity topics, including threat defense, virtual private networks, and firewall configuration, among others. Besides his work at Cisco, James works to help create the next generation of security defenders by holding training sessions and presentations for the University of Tampa Cybersecurity Club.
James is a distinguished speaker at Cisco Live; he holds Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certifications; and he has earned a master's of business administration (MBA) from the University of Tampa. When he is not at work, he is either home brewing or cooking up a complex meal. Follow James @JimRisler on Twitter.