500-275 SSFAMP Exam
Passing the 500-275 Exam
To pass the 500-275 SSFAMP exam, the candidate should have a strong understanding of securing Cisco networks with Sourcefire FireAMP endpoints. The candidate should have hands-on experience with FireAMP endpoint security and be familiar with Sourcefire Defense Center and FireAMP Connector. It is recommended to have a minimum of 6-12 months of experience with FireAMP in a production environment before attempting the exam.
The candidate should also study the official Cisco 500-275 Exam Topics and familiarize themselves with the exam format and question types. Practicing with sample questions and taking online mock exams can also be helpful in preparing for the exam.
Additionally, the candidate should have a good understanding of network security concepts, firewall technologies, intrusion detection and prevention, and security protocols such as SSL, TLS, and SSH.
Cost: The cost of the 500-275 SSFAMP exam is not publicly available on the Cisco website. Please contact a Cisco training center or exam center for more information on the cost of the exam.
Passing Mark: The passing mark for the 500-275 SSFAMP exam is not publicly available on the Cisco website. Please contact a Cisco training center or exam center for more information on the passing mark for the exam.
Time: The time allotted for the 500-275 SSFAMP exam is not publicly available on the Cisco website. Please contact a Cisco training center or exam center for more information on the time allowed for the exam.
Delivery Method: The 500-275 SSFAMP exam is delivered online through a proctored exam center. The candidate must schedule an appointment with an exam center and arrive on time for the appointment with two forms of identification.
Format: The format of the 500-275 SSFAMP exam is multiple-choice and simulation questions. The candidate must complete the exam within the allotted time and pass the exam to receive a certificate of completion.
The 500-275 SSFAMP exam covers the following objectives:
- Identifying and mitigating malware threats in a network environment
- Using Sourcefire Defense Center and FireAMP Connector to manage and monitor FireAMP endpoints
- Configuring FireAMP endpoint security policies
- Integrating FireAMP endpoint security with Cisco network security solutions
- Troubleshooting FireAMP endpoint security issues