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Expert users and resellers who need to perform advanced deployment configurations of Check Point Software Blades.Validate your understanding and skills necessary to configure and optimally manage Check Point Next Generation Firewalls.
Learn How ToInstall R80 management and a security gateway in a distributed environmentConfigure objects, rules, and settings to define a security policyWork with multiple concurrent administrators and define permission profilesConfigure a Virtual Private Network and work with Check Point clusteringPerform periodic administrator tasks as specified in administrator job descriptions
Check Point Security Administration R77 provides an understanding of the basic concepts and skills necessary to configure Check Point Security Gateway and Management Software Blades
Check Point Security Engineering is an advanced 3-day course that teaches how to effectively build modify deploy and troubleshoot Check Point Security systems on the Gaia OS.
Our most advanced technical 3-day course teaches how to use advanced commands to configure and troubleshoot Check Point Security Systems. Multiple hands-on lab exercises teach how to bring optimization techniques back to your workplace.
GETTING A STEP AHEAD OF THE UNKNOWN Zero-day and advanced persistent threats use the element of surprise to bypass traditional security, making these threats difficult to protect against—and very popular with hackers. Traditional sandboxing was designed to help with these types of threats, but cybercriminals have evolved their techniques, creating evasive malware that can avoid detection by many sandbox solutions. As a result, many organizations find themselves taking reactive steps to counteract infection, rather than preventing it in the first place. To get ahead, enterprises need a multi-faceted prevention strategy that combines proactive protection that eliminates threats before they reach users, and state-of-the-art CPU-level exploit detection to expose even the most highly camouflaged threats.