This course is recommended for Security Experts and other technical professionals with prior training and/or practical experience with Check Point Management Servers and Security Gateways that run on the Gaia operating system.
• Identify basic interfaces used to manage the Check Point environment.
• Identify the types of technologies that Check Point supports for automation.
• Explain the purpose of the Check Management High Availability (HA) deployment.
• Identify the workflow followed to deploy a Primary and solution Secondary servers.
• Explain the basic concepts of Clustering and ClusterXL, including protocols, synchronization, connection stickyness.
• Identify how to exclude services from synchronizing or delaying synchronization.
• Explain the policy installation flow.
• Explain the purpose of dynamic objects, updatable objects, and network feeds.
• Understand how to manage user access for internal and external users.
• Describe the Identity Awareness components and configurations.
• Describe different Check Point Threat Prevention solutions.
• Articulate how the Intrusion Prevention System is configured.
• Obtain knowledge about Check Point’s IoT Protect.
• Explain the purpose of Domain-based VPNs.
• Describe situations where externally managed certificate authentication is used.
• Describe how client security can be provided by Remote Access.
• Discuss the Mobile Access Software Blade.
• Explain how to determine if the configuration is compliant with the best practices.
• Define performance tuning solutions and basic configuration workflow.
• Identify supported upgrade and migration methods and procedures for Security Management Servers and dedicated Log and SmartEvent Servers.
• Identify sup
Technical Professionals who architect, upgrade, maintain, and support Check Point products.
CCSA Training or Certification, fundamental Unix and Windows knowledge, certificate management experience, system administration and networking knowledge.