Welcome to the Network Devices Skills Course & Certification Test
Network devices are components used to connect computers or other electronic devices together so that they can share files or resources like printers or fax machines. Your network is comprised of many different types of devices, and all of them must be properly configured, hardened, and managed to ensure a smooth operation and optimal security. As you know, an understanding of networks is the foundation of a career in IT. The aspect of Network Devices solidifies your knowledge in networking and allows you to work hands on with a variety of essential equipment, furthering your cyber security career and providing a valuable skillset that will always be in demand. The Network Devices Skill Certification Course will strengthen your knowledge of switches, routers, firewalls, proxies, management networks, centralized authentication, and SIEM devices.
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