Check Point – Check Point Security Administration NGX I
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- Code: Check Point
- Duration: Days 2
- Price per delegate: £1,850 +VAT
Trained over 60000 delegates
Course delivered by industry expert instructors
Highly competitive pricing
Basic networking knowledge, knowledge of Windows Server and/or UNIX, and experience with TCP/IP and the Internet.
Check Point Security Administration NGX I Rev 1.1 is a foundation course for Check Point's flagship product, VPN-1 NGX. This course is intended to provide an understanding of basic concepts and skills necessary to configure VPN-1 NGX. During this course, students will configure a Security Policy, and learn about managing a firewalled network.
Take this class if:
You are a systems administrator, security manager, or network engineer who manages NGX Security Gateway deployments
Want to earn Check Point Certified Security Administrator
(CCSA NGX) NGX certification.
You will learn:
- How VPN-1 NGX components and Check Point's Secure Virtual Network Architecture protect critical information assets.
- How to create rules and modify a Security Policy's properties.
- How to use advanced NGX features to minimize the information-security management burden, when working with objects and rules.
- How to use monitoring tools to track, monitor, and account for all connections logged by Check Point components.
- How to protect organizations from known network attacks and entire categories of emerging or unknown attacks, using SmartDefense.
- How to use private IP-address allocation and unregistered internal addressing schemes, to overcome IP addressing limitations.
- How to identify and address NGX security issues, including encryption and Virtual Private Networks.
- How to verify the identity of users logging in to NGX, using NGX authentication schemes.
- How to implement LDAP, and integrate it with NGX SmartCenter Server.
- How to back up critical files and directories, for availability and timely recovery of Security Gateways and SmartCenter Servers.
- Installing VPN-1 NGX in a stand-alone environment
- Launching SmartDashboard
- Defining basic objects
- Configuring anti-spoofing measures
- Defining basic rules
- Creating objects using object cloning
- Using Database Revision Control
- Blocking intruder connections
- Setting up a Suspicious Activity Rule in SmartView Monitor
- Checking status in SmartView Monitor
- Configuring SmartDefense
- Configuring Hide NAT
- Configuring Static NAT
- Encryption math and mechanics
- Defining user templates
- Defining users
- Configuring User Authentication
- Configuring Client Authentication
- Configuring LDAP authentication with SmartDirectory
- Backing up and restoring a Security Gateway and SmartCenter Server