Next-Generation Network Security Training for IT Professionals

Skills Employers Love.Talent the Cyber World Needs.

Network Security
Training

&
Certification

Learn the skills that matter! EC-Council’s vendor-neutral network security certifications provide an unbiased approach to learning secure networking practices, as well as how to analyze and harden computing systems prevalent in the current IT infrastructure.

CND v2 has earned a reputation as the only program in the market that is 100% focused on network security and defense.

IT professionals need to be part of the cybersecurity ecosystem, especially in a post-COVID Digital Transformation era. If you think cybersecurity is the responsibility of cyber teams alone, think again!

Certified Network Defender v2 has been designed by industry experts to help IT Professionals play an active role in the Protection of digital business assets and Detection and Response to Cyber Threats, while leveraging Threat Intelligence to Predict them before they happen. CND is a network security course designed to help organizations create and deploy the most comprehensive network defense system

The most practical network security and defense program ever — more than 50% of the course is lab-intensive to ensure application of real-world skills.

Who Should Get Trained in Network Security?

Certified Network Defender v2 is recommended for individuals who have fundamental knowledge of networking concepts. It will also help individuals from the below mentioned job roles progress further in their career:

 

Program Information

Course Outline

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Available to US Residents Only.

How CND v2 Will Build Your Career

  • YOUR PATHWAY TO A CAREER IN A BLUE TEAM

    The Protect, Detect, Respond, and Predict approach defines the job roles for a Blue Team Security Professional. One can continue their career as a Network Defender or later transition into a niche job profile as CND v2 covers a base understanding of Blue Teams.

  • MOBILE & IOT SECURITY DEFENSE

    The first certification program to offer device and enterprise level security for its students. Career changers planning a move into cybersecurity will also benefit from this.

  • TACTICAL DEFENSE OF CLOUD SERVICES

    Learn different ways to ensure security across various cloud platforms — Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure Cloud, and Google Cloud Platform.

  • LEARNING BEYOND TECHNICAL ASPECTS

    CND v2 is the only certification program that offers a chance to learn beyond the technological aspects of network security. The module has a strong focus on the strategical domain with special attention to adaptive & defense in depth security, framing network policies, achieving compliance, and the operational domain to learn the implementation of the above decisions.

  • BUILDING PERIMETER DEFENSE SKILLS

    CND v2 puts the spotlight on perimeter defense as the latest technologies have made networks too complex for everyone. Perimeter defense can help with modern security requirements.

  • 80 COMPLEX LABS

    The only program that gives a chance to students to learn under simulated threat environments and gain real-world skills before they start their professional career.

An Adaptive Security Strategy

CND is an adaptive security strategy built on a 4-pronged approach — Protect, Detect, Respond, and Predict. This approach not only proves effective in responding to a network attack but stops them before they happen.

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How You Will Benefit from CND v2

The end goal of Certified Network Defender (CND v2) is to help Blue Teams defend and win the war against network breaches in a post-pandemic world. The program is the ideal cyber defense course for organizations and individuals for the following reasons:

That’s why investing in the CND v2 training and certification is a wise move for employers looking to set up impregnable cyber defense practices.

Network Security Engineer Salary

Professionals who complete a network security program with skills in IT Security & Infrastructure, Switches & Firewall Installation and Administration, and Network Security Management are correlated to above average pay, earning between $66,000 – $112,000 P.A.

The salary range depends on the job profile and experience. The further you progress, the more you’ll earn. The average network security engineer can earn $87,000 P.A. on an annual basis.

*Source-PayScale

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