National Security Agency Certification - Informations Systems
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Transcripts - National Security Agency Certification - Informations Systems
• SECUR-Securing Cisco IOS Networks (or MCNS)
• CSPFA-Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Advanced
• CSVPN-Cisco Secure Virtual Private Networks
• CSIDS-Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection System (or IDSPM)
February 11, 2014
Dear Karabo Motaung,
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) awarded Cisco a
formal certification recognizing that Cisco security courseware and certification, including CCNA Security and
CCNP Security, meets the 4011 training standard. This standard is intended for Information Systems Security
Professionals responsible for the security oversight or management of critical networks. This formal NSA and
CNSS recognition gives Cisco the authority to recognize those candidates who have demonstrated that they have
met this training standard.
Congratulations! You have successfully met the NSA and CNSS requirements and are eligible for the
Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional recognition. You demonstrated the skills outlined by the
4011 standard and qualified for this recognition by:
This recognition indicates confidence in the competency of your skills. The NSTISSI (National Security
Telecommunications and Information Systems Security) No. 4011 National Training Standard for Information
Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals applies to all U.S. Government departments and agencies, as well as
to its contractors. Therefore, this recognition will help you meet current or future Federal employment
requirements. In environments where these requirements do not apply, you can use this recognition to
demonstrate that you possess the knowledge and skills needed to oversee and protect critical information
infrastructures and networks.
If you would like to learn more about this and other training standards set forth by the CNSS, please see
Cisco provides an on-line tracking system to help you monitor your certification progress and allow third
parties or employers to view your active certifications. There is an “opt-in” feature that helps you to stay
up-to-date with program enhancements and new offerings. To access the Cisco Certifications Tracking System,
go to www.cisco.com/go/certifications/login.
For instant answers, visit the Certification Online Support tool at www.cisco.com/go/certsupport.
Again, congratulations on earning this recognition. Best wishes on your continued success.
President and CEO
Cisco Systems, Inc.
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