Cisco 650-568 : WSFE (Web Security for Field Engineers) Exam
The Cisco 650-568 WSFE, or Web Security for Field Engineers Exam, is specifically designed to measure the core competencies, knowledge and skills of field engineers in installing, integrating, monitoring, maintaining and supporting Cisco's Web Security solutions. The 650-568 Exam consists of 25 to 35 questions in multiple choice, fill in the blank and simulation formats. The exam is scheduled for 45 minutes and is administered as a closed-book test at a Cisco-approved, Pearson VUE testing facility.
In addition to covering web solution and security measures, the 650-568 Exam also measures field engineer capabilities with platform integration, policy development, and system support and monitoring best practices. For further detail on exam questions and subject matter, review the Exam Topics below.
The 650-568 Exam covers a range of topics related to security and web solutions for field engineering. Topics include the following, but may cover other related subjects as well.
1. Web Security deployment situations and integration scenarios
2. PAC files and WCCP concepts
3. Policies, filters, reporting and other aspects of SafeScan
4. Web Security Appliance (WSA) topics, including:
4.1. Authentication for proxy servers
4.2. IronPort controls
4.3. Reputation filters for web applications
4.4. DVS Simulator operations and functionality
4.5. Adaptive Scanning methods and procedures
4.6. Inspection of HTTP and HTTPS
4.7. Prevention methods and processes for data and security