CCNA Cybersecurity Operations – Cyber Ops v1.1 Exam Answers

CCNA Cyber Ops introduces the core security concepts and skills needed to monitor, detect, analyze and respond to cybercrime, cyber espionage, insider threats, advanced persistent threats, regulatory requirements, and other cybersecurity issues facing organizations. It emphasizes the practical application of the skills needed to maintain and ensure security operational readiness of secure networked systems.

Study Materials (NEW)Exams & AnswersOnline Test
Chapter 1: Cybersecurity and the Security Operations CenterChapter 1Test Online
Chapter 2: Windows Operating SystemChapter 2Test Online
Chapter 3: Linux Operating SystemChapter 3Test Online
Chapter 4: Network Protocols and ServicesChapter 4Test Online
Chapter 5: Network InfrastructureChapter 5Test Online
Chapter 6: Principles of Network SecurityChapter 6Test Online
Chapter 7: Network Attacks: A Deeper LookChapter 7Test Online
Chapter 8: Protecting the NetworkChapter 8Test Online
Chapter 9: Cryptography and the Public Key InfrastructureChapter 9Test Online
Chapter 10: Endpoint Security and AnalysisChapter 10Test Online
Chapter 11: Security MonitoringChapter 11Test Online
Chapter 12: Intrusion Data AnalysisChapter 12Test Online
Chapter 13: Incident Response and HandlingChapter 13Test Online
Practice Final Exam AnswersTest Online
CCNA SECFND (210-250) – Cert Practice Exam AnswersTest Online
CCNA SECOPS (210-255) – Cert Practice Exam AnswersTest Online
FINAL Exam Answers FullTest Online

 

CCNA Cyber Ops Labs Activities Instructions Answers – PT
Chapter 11.1.1.4 Lab – Installing the CyberOps Workstation Virtual Machine
1.1.1.5 Lab – Cybersecurity Case Studies
1.1.2.6 Lab – Learning the Details of Attacks
1.1.3.4 Lab – Visualizing the Black Hats
1.2.2.5 Lab – Becoming a Defender
Chapter 22.1.2.10 Lab – Exploring Processes, Threads, Handles, and Windows Registry
2.2.1.10 Lab – Create User Accounts
2.2.1.11 Lab – Using Windows PowerShell
2.2.1.12 Lab – Windows Task Manager
2.2.1.13 Lab – Monitor and Manage System Resources in Windows
Chapter 33.1.2.6 Lab – Working with Text Files in the CLI
3.1.2.7 Lab – Getting Familiar with the Linux Shell
3.1.3.4 Lab – Linux Servers
3.2.1.4 Lab – Locating Log Files
3.2.2.4 Lab – Navigating the Linux Filesystem and Permission Settings
Chapter 44.1.1.7 Lab – Tracing a Route
4.1.2.10 Lab – Introduction to Wireshark
4.4.2.8 Lab – Using Wireshark to Examine Ethernet Frames
4.5.2.4 Lab – Using Wireshark to Observe the TCP 3-Way Handshake
4.5.2.10 Lab – Exploring Nmap
4.6.2.7 Lab – Using Wireshark to Examine a UDP DNS Capture
4.6.4.3 Lab – Using Wireshark to Examine TCP and UDP Captures
4.6.6.5 Lab – Using Wireshark to Examine HTTP and HTTPS
Chapter 55.2.2.4 Packet Tracer – ACL Demonstration
5.3.1.10 Packet Tracer – Identify Packet Flow
Chapter 66.2.1.11 Lab – Anatomy of Malware
6.2.2.9 Lab – Social Engineering
Chapter 77.0.1.2 Class Activity – What’s Going On
7.3.1.6 Lab – Exploring DNS Traffic
7.3.2.4 Lab – Attacking a mySQL Database
7.3.2.5 Lab – Reading Server Logs
7.1.2.7 Packet Tracer – Logging Network Activity
Chapter 99.1.1.6 Lab – Encrypting and Decrypting Data Using OpenSSL
9.1.1.7 Lab – Encrypting and Decrypting Data Using a Hacker Tool
9.1.1.8 Lab – Examining Telnet and SSH in Wireshark
9.1.2.5 Lab – Hashing Things Out
9.2.2.7 Lab – Certificate Authority Stores
Chapter 1111.3.1.1 Lab – Setup a Multi-VM Environment
11.2.3.10 Packet Tracer – Explore a NetFlow Implementation
11.2.3.11 Packet Tracer – Logging from Multiple Sources
Chapter 1212.1.1.7 Lab – Snort and Firewall Rules
12.2.1.5 Lab – Convert Data into a Universal Format
12.2.2.9 Lab – Regular Expression Tutorial
12.2.2.10 Lab – Extract an Executable from a PCAP
12.4.1.1 Lab – Interpret HTTP and DNS Data to Isolate Threat Actor
12.4.1.2 Lab – Isolate Compromised Host Using 5-Tuple
Chapter 1313.2.2.13 Lab – Incident Handling

 


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