IINS 3.0: Attack Mitigation
Cisco IINS 3.0 | Intermediate
- 3 Videos | 1h 30m 13s
- Includes Assessment
A security professional must be able to identify common Layer 2 attacks. Explore these common Layer 2 attacks and how to mitigate them, as you prepare for the 210-260: Implementing Cisco Network Security certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify the syntax used to display the effect of dynamic ARP inspection on a switchspecify characteristics of Layer 2 attacksidentify the effects of DHCP starvationrecognize common Layer 2 attacksidentify the syntax used to mitigate a Layer 2 attack in a given scenarioidentify the type of attack characterized by invalid default gatewaysrecognize the result of CAM table overflowsdefine how to protect a network against DHCP spoofingidentify the syntax used to disable a port in a given scenariorecognize the purpose of DHCP spoofing
specify the steps for configuring a port for MAC access in a given scenariospecify how to configure ports to disallow BPDUsdefine how to avoid sharing Cisco Discovery Protocol data with invalid devicesrecognize the type of attack characterized by access switch traffic forwardingspecify the characteristics of a CAM table overflowrecognize how to avoid double tagging and VLAN hoppingrecognize methods used to avoid STP attacksspecify how to disable CDP on interfaces not connected to a trusted networkidentify methods to avoid spanning-tree vulnerabilities