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    Default CCNA Security: Udemy?

    Hey all,

    Has anyone used Udemy for studying Cisco CCNA Security?

    https://www.udemy.com/ccnasecurityvideobootcamp/

    The cost is quite reasonable. I just wondered if that and some hands-on labbing is enough to pass the exam. The official course book I is pretty shoddy, I've heard. Are there any other good study resources available? Also is this exam changing significantly in June 2016?

    Thanks!
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    I used the version for the previous CCNA Security iteration, and it was pretty good. He focussed a bit more tightly on the actual exam content rather than the breadth that the OCG gives. I probably would have failed without it.

    It's unlikely that there will be a major revision of CCNA Security in the near future, since it was updated just late last year. Also, Cisco tends to give ample warning of any changes and has a cut over period of months before they retire an exam.

    There's been rumours of a major refresh at the CCNP and CCIE level for maybe 12 months now, but still no announcement from Cisco.
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    Looks like he has updates out this June. That might be good as the new exam has been out for a few months so hopefully he can be more specific. Will see... Ill be in for 30 dollars though lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by OctalDump View Post
    I used the version for the previous CCNA Security iteration, and it was pretty good. He focussed a bit more tightly on the actual exam content rather than the breadth that the OCG gives. I probably would have failed without it.

    It's unlikely that there will be a major revision of CCNA Security in the near future, since it was updated just late last year. Also, Cisco tends to give ample warning of any changes and has a cut over period of months before they retire an exam.

    There's been rumours of a major refresh at the CCNP and CCIE level for maybe 12 months now, but still no announcement from Cisco.
    Heck, I'd be happy if Cisco just got off their lazy ***es to fix the serious grammatical errors in their questions on the exam.

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    I don't think he's updated his 210-260 course just yet. Bryant pushed it back to June.
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