Cisco announced a couple of months ago the most significant changes in its certification program in 25 years. The new tracks are set to be released on February 24, 2020. These changes will address the needs of the modern network, requiring both infrastructure and software expertise. In this article, we explain more about the changes and what Cisco professionals can expect in the upcoming months.
The potential and real risk of a cyber-attack is a constant headache for IT professionals and Cybersecurity specialists. Cyber criminals are continually scheming new ways to infiltrate corporate networks and frequently they succeed. In 2017, 1,579 data breaches were reported in the U.S., up 44.7 percent from 2016. The figure is not different all over the world demanding more Cybersecurity professionals and opening new opportunities in companies everywhere.
Certified IT professionals are increasingly in demand and if you wish to be successful in the IT field, certification is one of the first things to think about. And the networking field isn’t any different. The CCNA or Cisco Certified Network Associate certification is a globally recognized and is respected by companies across the globe. Professionals who hold the CCNA have and understanding and hold the knowledge to operate, configure and troubleshoot medium-level switched and routed networks.
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