Virtual Private Networks - Cisco Software and Hardware Tools


Abstract:  In todays connected world how can we communicate securely over public Internet?  One answer may be Virtual Private Networks.  VPNs enable users to send data securely over shared resources in a very economical way.  We expect to be able to work and access sensitive data from anywhere in the world.   Cisco offers many solutions.  Professor Moran will explain how Cisco hardware and software can be configured to accomplish secure communications over VPNs.

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  • Nashua Community College
  • 505
  • Nashua, New Hampshire
  • United States 03063
  • Building: Wellness Center
  • Room Number: McIntyre Room (WCCR)
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  • Co-sponsored by Nashua Community College
  • Starts 15 March 2018 09:13 AM
  • Ends 16 April 2018 09:13 PM
  • All times are America/New_York
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Pizza - Pepperoni, Pizza - Cheese
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Professor Thomas Moran


Biographical Sketch: Professor Moran is CISCO CCNA certified network professional with extensive background in network troubleshooting and operations.  He also has an extensive knowledge in load-balancing products from F5, including 3DNS and BigIP (both version 4.5 and 9). In-depth knowledge of Ethernet, IP, bridges, switches, routers, and firewall devices.  He is certified CISCO technical instructor and holds current Cisco CCNA Security Certification.


5:30 Pizza Served

5:40 Talk Starts

6:30 Networkign and Discussion