Cisco Announces CCIE Security Lab Revamp.....

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  1. SimonV
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    <img border="0" src="../logos/cisco.gif" align="right"><font size="3">Cisco Announces CCIE Security Lab Revamp, Releases Blueprints for All Labs </font>
    Last week Cisco Systems announced two changes to its high-level Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification program: a revamp of the CCIE Security lab, and new blueprints for all the credentials’ hands-on lab exams.

    The Cisco Web site states that the Security lab exam content will be revised on Oct. 1 to make “much of the core routing and switching…preconfigured on the devices, giving the candidate much more time to work on security-specific technology.”

    According to Cisco, more details on the new Security lab exam can be found within the new Security lab exam blueprints, one of several blueprints Cisco recently published for its CCIE lab exams.

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    1. Phoenix
      sounds like a positive move :)
      they have a different CCIE for all that routing and switching lark :)

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