Raman Sud is proficient in Cisco network design and security. He possesses a decade of experience in designing, maintaining, and implementing Cisco networks and security solutions. Raman brings a wealth of hands-on experience and easy approach to mastering complicated networking technologies. Raman has attained the following certifications: CCIE (Routing and Switching), CCSP, CSS-1, CCNP, CCNA, CCAI, MCSE NT 4.0, MCP+I, and Network+
At present, Raman is working as a network engineer in one of the world's largest web-hosting companies. He is responsible for maintaining and redesigning their network operations at the Data Center as well as the corporate office. Raman is also a partner in a technology company that specializes in providing corporate and academic training in network design and security. You can reach Raman at firstname.lastname@example.org or by going to http://www.destinationie.com/training/
Ken Edelman has more than seven years of real world networking experience consulting, designing, implementing, and administering Cisco technologies. He has used his network engineering experience for such companies as Computer Sciences Corporation, Network Associates, Sprint, Unisys, and The Sabre Group. He also has experience in consulting, designing, and implementing security solutions for the United States Department of Defense. Some of the Cisco certifications that he holds include CCSP, CCIP, CCNP, and CCDP. Ken currently is a technical instructor for an e-learning company. He teaches and mentors students in the following Cisco certification tracks CCSP: CSIDS, CSI, CSPFA, CSVPN, DPS, DVS, and SECUR/MCNS; CCNP: BCMSN, BCRAN, BSCI, CIT. He is also developing a CISSP course for his current employer.
Series Editor Ed Tittel runs LANWrights, Inc., a training and writing firm that specializes in networking, computer security, and markup languages. Ed is the originator of the Exam Cram series.