Certifications :: How to Pass the CCNA Security Exam in 5 Steps

Certifications :: How to Pass the CCNA Security Exam in 5 Steps

The CCNA Security certification is an excellent starting point for anybody that may be looking at entering the IT security world, predominately focused on securing and maintaining Cisco devices. But this just isn't any certification, in fact, if you're familiar with Cisco certifications then you'll probably know that Cisco certifications are renowned for being difficult [...]

KT Labs EP1 :: Switch Security and Device Access

Thank you to all those that attended my first live knowledge transfer session today. I plan on doing these on a regular basis, from videos that help beginners to more advanced videos that focus on Cisco certifications all the way up to CCIE level. You can view the first session below, along with the presentation [...]

TechTalk :: Started from the Bottom Tech Talk

Today I would like to share a link to an interview I recently did with fellow Vlogger and now good friend Du'An. He runs a very good YouTube channel, dedicated to inspiring and sharing tech knowledge with the world, check Du'An out here: YouTube  The purpose of the interview was to discuss where I started, how [...]

CCIE Security v5 :: ICMP Redirects

Today I wanted to share my CCIE Security notes on ICMP redirect messages. ICMP Redirection is used to notify hosts that a better route is available for packets destined for a specific destination. This feature is available and enabled by default on all Cisco IOS releases but it is worth mentioning that there may be [...]

CCIE Security v5 :: TCP Interception

This article accompanies the demonstration video I have created below. TCP interception is a CCIE Security version 5 blueprint topic. What is TCP interception? TCP interception is a method used to protect against TCP SYN-flooding attacks. This is achieved by intercepting TCP connection requests (SYN packets) and verifying the connection before passing the original TCP SYN packet [...]