Which three are security services offered through Cisco Router Security? (Choose three.)

A. Trust and Identity
B. Integrated Threat Control
C. Unified Wireless Network Security Solution
D. Secure Connectivity
E. Voice-Messaging Security
F. Endpoint Security
G. Virtual Security Gateway
Correct Answer: ABD
Section: Security
Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
Threat Defense
■ Enabling integrated security in routers, switches, and appliances: Security techniques enabled throughout the network, not just in point products or
locations
Secure Connectivity
VPN Description VPN Name
Use AH and ESP to secure data; requires endpoints have IPsec software Standard IPsec Secure encrypted point-to-point GRE tunnels; on-demand spoke-
tospoke connectivity
Cisco DMVPN
Enables routing and multicast traffic across an IPsec VPN; non-IP protocol and QoS support
Cisco GRE-based VPN
Encryption integration on IP and MPLS WANs; simplifies encryption management using group keying; any-to-any connectivity Cisco GET VPN
 
Simplifies hub-and-spoke VPNs; need to reduce VPN management Cisco Easy VPN
Trust
Trust is the relationship between two or more network entities that are permitted to communicate.
Security policy decisions are largely based on this premise of trust. If you are trusted, you are allowed to communicate as needed. However, sometimes security
controls need to apply restraint to trust relationships by limiting or preventing access to the designated privilege level. Trust relationships can be explicit or implied
by the organization. Some trust relationships can be inherited or passed down from one system to another. However, keep in mind that these trust relationships
can also be abused.
Identity
Identity is the “who” of a trust relationship. These can be users, devices, organizations, or all of the above. Network entities are validated by credentials.
Authentication of the identity is based on the following attributes:
■ Something the subject knows: Knowledge of a secret, password, PIN, or private key
■ Something the subject has: Possession of an item such as a token card, smartcard, or hardware key
■ Something the subject is: Human characteristics, such as a fingerprint, retina scan, or voice recognition
Generally, identity credentials are checked and authorized by requiring passwords, pins, tokens, or certificates.

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