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JNCDS-SEC Exam Objectives (Exam: JN0-1330)

This list provides a general view of the skill set required to successfully complete the specified certification exam.

Fundamental Security Concepts
Advanced Security Concepts
Securing the Campus and Branch
Securing the Enterprise WAN
Securing the Service Provider WAN
Securing the Data Center
Security Automation and Management
Security Virtualization
High Availability

Fundamental Security Concepts

  • Describe the various tenets of common security features
    • Access control lists
    • Stateful security policies
    • ALG’s
    • IPS
    • UTM
    • NAT
    • IPsec
    • Next-generation firewall
    • Screen

Advanced Security Concepts

  • Describe advanced security features
    • Security intelligence
    • Advanced anti-malware
    • Defense in-depth

Securing the Campus and Branch

  • Describe the security design considerations within a campus or branch network
    • Network segmentation
    • Network access
    • Wireless
    • 802.1X
    • Remote access VPN’s
    • NAT
    • End-to-end security
    • BYOD

Securing the Enterprise WAN

  • Describe the security design considerations for an enterprise WAN
    • Internet edge security design principles
    • WAN aggregation
    • Private WAN
    • VPNs

Securing the Service Provider WAN

  • Describe the security design considerations for a service provider WAN
    • DoS/DDos attacks
    • Securing the control plane
    • Internet security
    • CG-NAT

Securing the Data Center

  • Describe the security design considerations in a data center
    • Securing data center interconnects
    • Securing North-South flows
    • Securing East-West flows
    • Virtual routers

Security Automation and Management

  • Describe the design considerations for security management
    • Securing the individual devices
    • Centralized security
    • Junos Space management platform
    • Junos Space Security Director and Log Director
    • Juniper Secure Analytics

Security Virtualization

  • Describe the security design considerations for a virtualized environment
    • NFV
    • Service chaining
    • Micro-segmentation
    • vSRX

High Availability

  • Describe the design considerations of high availability in a secure networks
    • Physical high availability
    • Virtual high availability
    • Asymmetrical traffic handling
    • Chassis clustering