You have the choice to pick either exam at the moment.
So what’s new with CCNA Security? What do you need to know between v2.0 and v3.0 (210-260). The CCNA Security is an Associate level exam from Cisco Systems, focusing on the Security track.
The prerequisites for this certification is a valid CCENT or CCNA Routing and Switching certification. At 90 minutes, you will be presented with 60-70 questions and it is proctored by Pearson Vue.
What’s New In CCNA Security 210-260?
Otherwise known as IINS or Implementing Cisco Network Security, this latest revision gets pared down from 9 objectives to 7. A couple of objectives were shuffled around and combined with others.
An example is the Security Concepts objective. I welcome this change as v2.0 used to have concepts scattered in different objectives. Most of these require you describe or identify common security concepts.
For many of the objectives, I welcome the configuration bullets. Many of them appear to be what’s required for real world work. [Read more…] about CCNA Security 210-260 – What You Need To Know