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 Best Firewall Training, Workshops, for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls, Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

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Fortinet Network Security Expert Program (NSE)

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) Program

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) is an eight-level certification program designed for technical professionals interested in independent validation of their network security skills and experience. The program includes a wide range of self-paced and instructor-led courses, as well as practical, experiential exercises that demonstrate mastery of complex network security concepts.

To earn certification at each of the levels, you must pass a series of quizzes or exams. For NSE 1-3, the quizzes are incorporated into the self-paced learning packages hosted in the NSE Institute portal. A third-party vendor, Pearson VUE, proctors the exams for NSE 4-8. You can register for these exams online. To become NSE 8 certified, you must pass the written exam hosted by Pearson VUE, plus a practical exam hosted by Fortinet.

All NSE certification levels are valid for 2 years.

Benefits of Completing the NSE Program

NSE certification will help you to:

  • Be recognized in the industry among an elite group of security professionals.
  • Validate your network security skills and experience.
  • Demonstrate value to current and future employers.
  • Leverage Fortinet’s full range of network security products, consolidate solutions, and reduce risks.
  • As a partner, accelerate sales and offer new services.
NSE Program Overview

Successful completion of the NSE Program involves meeting the following objectives for each level. Click on a level course name to get more information about how to certify at that level or the course description.

Level
Objective
Certification
Courses
Develop a foundational understanding of the Threat Landscape and perspectives from key executive roles.  Also learn how individuals can be safer on the Internet with Personal Security Awareness.
Complete the NSE 1 course.
The Threat Landscape
Discover the types of security products that have been developed to address the threat landscape discussed in NSE 1.
Complete the NSE 2 course.
The Evolution of Cybersecurity
Develop the skills to describe how the features of key Fortinet products solve customer problems.
Complete any four NSE 3 courses.
Fortinet Core Products*
Develop the knowledge to manage the day-to-day configuration, monitoring, and operation of FortiGate devices to support corporate network security policies.
Passing the NSE 4 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiGate Security
FortiGate Infrastructure
Develop a detailed understanding of how to implement network security management and analytics.
Passing any two NSE 5 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiAnalyzer
FortiManager
FortiSIEM
FortiInsight (formerly Zonefox)
FortiClient EMS
Develop an understanding of the fabric products that augment FortiGate to provide deeper and more comprehensive network security.
Passing any four NSE 6 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiADC       FortiAuthenticator
FortiDDoS     FortiMail
FortiNAC       FortiWiFi
FortiWeb       FortiWLC
Develop the knowledge to integrate Fortinet products to deploy and administrate network security solutions.
Passing any NSE 7 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
Advanced Threat Protection
Enterprise Firewall
Secure Access
Public Cloud Security
Demonstrate the ability to design, configure, install, and troubleshoot a comprehensive network security solution in a live environment.
Passing both, the NSE 8 written exam at a PearsonVUE testing center and then, the NSE 8 practical exam at Fortinet.
 No preparation course

Sophos Firewall Training for IT Admins

For IT Admin who are using Sophos Firewall, want to make sure you get the best from your investment. Our Sophos Administrator courses are designed to do just that. We are a Sophos Partner and we can help you to buy a course and you’ll be on the way to sharpening your product know-how while simplifying your job as an administrator. On completion, you’ll understand key product capabilities and how they protect your organization. Available courses include Endpoint, UTM Training, XG Firewall, and SafeGuard and cover how to:

  • Manage security events
  • Backup and restore the system
  • Complete common day-to-day tasks
  • View, manage, and interpret logs and reports
  • Perform basic troubleshooting

Check out our resources:

CCNSP is the certification for security professionals from Cyberoam firewall. The only Identity-based security certification available globally the course prepares individuals to recognize insider threats and user-targeted external threats while giving them expertise in networking and security fundamentals in addition to the deployment and configuration of Cyberoam identity-based UTM. The course is comprehensive, yet easy to follow, with real world scenarios, delivering practical value to aspiring security professionals.

Prerequisites:
While the course does not have any pre-requisites, security professionals interested in enrolling need to be familiar with networking concepts, including network topologies, networking infrastructure and application protocols:

Operational OS knowledge
Basics of Networking
Knowledge of Protocols
HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, POP3, SMTP
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Network Security Fundamentals
Operational Familiarity with Featured Modules
Firewall, VPN, IPS, Anti-virus, Anti-spam, Content Filtering, Bandwidth Management, Multiple Link Management, Reporting

Who Should Attend:
CCNSP has been designed for technical professionals providing support or performing deployment and administration of Cyberoam solutions, including System, Network, and Security Administrators.

CCNSP training is divided into the following modules –

Module 1: Cyberoam Product Overview
• Cyberoam UTM overview
• Cyberoam Central Console Overview
• Cyberoam on-cloud management overview
• Cyberoam iView Overview
Module 2: Deploying Cyberoam
• Prerequisites for deployment
• Network Diagrams & Scenarios
• Deployment Scenarios (Transparent/Gateway/Mixed) Mode
• Failure of Security Device & it’s Consequences
• Proxy Scenarios
• Managing connectivity with multiple ISP’s
• Manage 3G and Wi-Max connections
• Labs
Module 3: Firewall
• What is a Firewall?
• Types of Firewall
• How to Control Access
• Identifying Each Machine on the network
• Managing the Firewall
• NAT
• DoS (Denial of Service)
• Fusion Technology based Unified Control
• Firewall – as a single solution to identity, security, connectivity, productivity, and logging Labs
Module 4: User Authentication
• What is Authentication?
• Requirement to Authenticate
• How can Authentication be done?
• Types of Authentication (Single Sign On, Local, and External)
• Group Authentication
• Traffic Discovery
• Authenticating from Servers (AD, LDAP, or RADIUS)
• Labs
Module 5: Web Filter
• Need for Web Filtering
• Web 2.0 Filtering
• Filtering with Keywords
• Filtering with URL
• Filtering by Categories
• Filtering Web Traffic
• Labs
Module 6: Application Firewall
• Evolution of Application Firewall
• File Filtering
• Application & P2P Filtering
• Instant Messaging Filters
• Custom Filters
• Compliance based filtering
• Labs
Module 7: Network Threat Protection
• Functioning of Anti-Virus & Anti-Spam
• Basics of Virus, Spyware, Malware, Phising, and Pharming.
• Web/Mail/FTP Anti-Virus
• Gateway level Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam
• Instant Messaging Anti-Virus
• Virus Outbreak Detection
• Recurrent Pattern Detection
• RBL (Realtime Black List), IP Reputation
• Understanding of Intrusion
• Signature based detection
• Statistical anomaly based detection
• Stateful protocol analysis detection
• Network Based IPS (NIPS) & Wireless Based IPS (WIPS)
• Network Behaviour Analysis (NBA)
• Host Based IPS (HIPS)
• WAF
• Labs
Module 8: VPN
• What is VPN?
• Why use VPN?
• Advantages of VPN
• Types of VPN based on protocols
• Types of VPN Based on Tunnels
• Need of firewall in VPN
• Threat Free Tunneling
• VPN Bandwidth Management
• VPN Failover
• Identity based authentication in VPN
• Labs
Module 9: QoS
• What is QoS?
• Why QoS?
• Traffic Queuing
• Traffic Prioritisation
• Bandwidth Allocation
• Scheduling, and sharing bandwidth
• Guaranteed bandwidth
• QoS implementation on user, group, firewall, application, web category.
• Labs
Module 10: Network High Availability
• High Availability, LAN Failsafe?
• Clustering of devices
• What is link load balancing?
• Why undertake balancing?
• Link fails scenario
• Why failover?
• Multilink Manager
• Load balancing
• Active – Active load balancing and gateway fail over
• Active – Passive configuration and gateway fail over
• MPLS failover to VPN
• Automatic ISP failover detection
• Labs
Module 11: General Administration
• Setup Logging
• DNS Management
• DHCP Management
• Upgrading Device Firmware
• Backing Up
• Restoring
• Diagnostic Tools
• Troubleshooting Tools

• Labs to provide hands on to deal with maintenance

Module 12: Logging & Reporting
• Cyberoam iView Introduction
• Types of Reports
• Data Management
• Report Management
• Compliance reports
• Searching within reports
• Identity based reporting
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10 Top Firewall Providers for 2019

10 Top Firewall Providers for 2019

Key Points to Consider When Purchasing a New Firewall

You’re either secure or you’re not, there is no middle ground when it comes to having proper network security.

This is why when it comes to mobility and wireless, security needs to be at the foundation of your wireless platform.

One of the most critical pieces of your security infrastructure is deploying the right firewall.

We’ve come along way since the days of traditional port-based firewall systems, and there a lot of solutions to choose from. To help you find the right firewall, here are key points to consider before you buy.

Visibility & Control Of Your Applications

Traditional port-based firewalls only provide you with limited control and visibility of the applications and end-users accessing your network.

Obviously, you don’t want everyone accessing applications like YouTube or Facebook, however, what about your marketing team, or teachers that are streaming a video for a specific lesson?

With the right firewall in place, you can apply policies to certain end-users, allowing access to those with jobs pertinent to the applications being used.

What about end-users like guests or if your company is a hospital, what about your patients?

Different end-users can have different polices applied that prohibit them from accessing certain applications.

Furthermore, next-gen firewalls can limit access to certain parts of applications. For instance a user might be able to use Facebook calling and messaging but not be able to post to their timeline or on a friends “wall.”

Protection and Prevention From Threats

Did you know your port-based firewall can’t “see” any of the applications or users gaining access to your network? This is a big issue today with data breaches, if the firewall can’t see the devices or applications being used- how will it protect your network and your end-users?

A next-gen firewall can see and control all of the applications and sensitive information on your wireless network. They can limit traffic and risks to your network by only allowing approved applications to be used.

You can even scan these approved applications to ensure there are no potential threats. As an added bonus, because applications have to be approved by the firewall, it can also reduce bandwidth consumption helping to improve your overall wifi performance.

Legitimate 1 Gigabit Throughput

Port-based firewalls often claim with each port you get 1 gigabit, however once all of the services are turned on like malware, you can cut that throughput by a third.

With next- generation firewalls 1 gigabit is as claimed, you get 1 gigabit of throughput with ALL of the services turned on.

It’s About Your Devices Not IP Addresses

Think of modern firewalls like telephone books. Instead of searching to find a user using an IP address, your next-gen firewall is capable of finding a device by user name.

This way you know exactly how many devices each of your employees are using to access the network, and if they cause a breach you can find the device and wipe it clean.

Remote Users

With the influx in employers allowing remote workers in every industry, employees need to be able to access your internal network and applications from any location.

Whether it’s from home, the library, a coworking space or even a Starbucks, they should be able to connect and complete their work.

The same rules and policies should be enforced by the firewall outside of the hospital, school grounds, warehouse, or university. This keeps traffic coming in and out of your internal server safe and threat free.

Streamlined Security Infrastructure

Buying more security components (appliances) hoping they fix your security needs isn’t always the answer, and often times ends up being costly and ineffective.

Adding more and more components means there’s more to manage and update, which can decrease your efficiency by creating a unnecessarily more complex system.

Next-gen firewalls already have the necessary security infrastructure components built-in, including:

  • Anti-virus protection
  • Spam filtering
  • Deep packet inspection
  • Application filtering

It’s a comprehensive security component that enables you to not have to worry about what other pieces you’ll need to add in order to make your network more secure.

Cost

Last but not least, cost is always a factor when it comes to choosing the right firewall. It’s important that you think about not only how much something costs but how it will fit into your budget.

Often times we fail to see the harm in not purchasing something, and waiting until something goes wrong. Well if something goes wrong, and data is leaked, it can end up costing you a lot more than just money.

Modern firewalls are more affordable than you might think, especially when compared to the cost of a major network security breach, or the decreased efficiency you’ll experience from having poor wifi performance due to an old or insufficient firewall.

We’ve found that with the correct firewall in place, they pay for themselves almost instantly.

At IT Monteur’s Firewall Firm, we deliver affordable, robust, and secure Firewall & wireless platforms – it’s all we do. If you have any questions about choosing the right firewall or would like to discuss an upcoming project, Please contact us on

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Firewall Providers

1. Fortinet

Fortinet

Fortinet

 

 

 

Maybe it’s the company’s independently certified and continuous threat intelligence updates. Perhaps its the ability to protect against malware attacks lurking in encrypted traffic. Whatever the reason, Fortinet remains a popular firewall solution. It stands alone atop Gartner’s list — by a wide margin, thanks to a stellar 4.5-star rating from users.

One reviewer, a network engineer, praised its ease of use and value. The IT pro writes: “Overall, we have been extremely satisfied ….” Another user, in the industrial automation space, highlights one feature in particular. “The dual-wan feature also gives you the ability to have load-balancing or failover for multiple WAN connections.”

A partnership with Symantec to integrate into the latter’s cloud-delivered network security service, Secure Web Gateways, will ensure continued utility and relevance for Fortinet throughout 2019.

2. Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

 

 

 

 

Another highly regarded firewall provider found a new dance partner of its own in late 2018. Palo Alto

Networks announced its acquisition of RedLock, which leverages AI to connect seemingly disparate dots that provide a comprehensive picture of potential threats to an organization’s cloud environment. Already a Gartner superstar with a 4.5-star rating equal to Fortinet’s, adding this strength and capability to Palo Alto Networks’ offerings can only help.

A senior network engineer describes Palo Alto Networks’ firewall as consistently updated, stable, and robust, and a CIO credits it with making his team “much more productive and efficient.”

Palo Alto Networks features worth a look are the scanning engine it uses to prevent the transfer of unauthorized files and sensitive data, and its integration with enterprise directory services such as Active Directory, eDirectory, LDAP, and Citrix.

3. Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

 

 

 

One reviewer calls Cisco’s firewall solution “mature, solid, and easy to understand.” It’s great if you can find such characteristics in a person and even better if your firewall solution shares them. There’s a reason for Cisco’s “Customer Choice 2018” achievement from Gartner, after all. A network administrator using Cisco’s firewall claims it has “more functions than I can use” but is easy to maintain and manage.

In addition to manufacturing security solutions, Cisco has been making news lately. The good kind. “Three years ago, it was still like is Cisco serious or not?” one IT leader expressed. “Now you’ve got single sign-on Multi-Factor Authentication, Cloud Access Security Broker, all under Cisco Umbrella …. Those are all good moves. Even in the market, customer perception is tenfold better compared to three years ago.”

Considering Cisco? Then check out the automation capabilities of Cisco’s networking and security operations, as well as its next-generation IPS, advanced malware protection, and sandboxing features.

4. Check Point

 

 

 

Keeping pace with the multi-star user ratings of more prominent players in the firewall space, Check Point receives high marks and high praise. “The feature set of Check Point’s next gen firewalls keeps expanding to include new ways to address security concerns,” one reviewer shares, noting their “very positive experience” with the solution. Another reviewer cuts straight to the point when he calls it “the best firewall in the market.”

Check Point touts the industry’s broadest application coverage: more than 8,000 applications and 260,000 social network widgets. This allows companies to administer rules to features that people use daily, such as instant messaging, social networking, video streaming, and games.

One of Check Point’s stated goals is “superior protection across the entire security gateway.” Capabilities such as that help it reach such goals. Its recent moves to bolster integration with the Amazon Web Services Security Hub will also help.

5. SonicWall

 

 

 

Though smaller in market size to other firewall providers on this list, SonicWall still lays claim to protecting more than 1 million networks worldwide. It’s earned that business, in part because of features that defend against zero-day vulnerabilities, prevent the unauthorized takeover of virtual systems, and stop unauthorized access to protected data assets.

And doing all of that doesn’t require a team of IT pros beyond the initial installation. One reviewer writes, “Setup has a lot of features, so I suggest you get some help with someone that is familiar with SonicWall.” Another calls it “an extremely easy to use firewall” and adds, “The settings are easy to configure even though initial setup may be challenging for your specific environment.”

One thing to consider if you’re looking at SonicWall: while it is making inroads to virtual environments, it seems to be doing so at a pace that sets it behind others in the field.

 

10 Top Firewall Vendors

Reviews

Overall Rating

Fortinet

Fortinet

Fortinet

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

Check Point Software Technologies

Check Point Software Technologies

Check Point Software Technologies

Sophos

Sophos

Sophos

SonicWall

SonicWall

SonicWall

4.4
Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks

WatchGuard

WatchGuard

WatchGuard

4.3
Barracuda

Barracuda

Barracuda

4.6
Forcepoint

Forcepoint

Forcepoint

4.6

 

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Firewall Training

Best Firewall Training & Workshops in Delhi NCR India

 Best Firewall Training & Workshops for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

 Best Firewall Training & Workshops for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

Best Firewall Training & Workshops for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

Fortinet Network Security Expert Program (NSE)

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) Program

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) is an eight-level certification program designed for technical professionals interested in independent validation of their network security skills and experience. The program includes a wide range of self-paced and instructor-led courses, as well as practical, experiential exercises that demonstrate mastery of complex network security concepts.

To earn certification at each of the levels, you must pass a series of quizzes or exams. For NSE 1-3, the quizzes are incorporated into the self-paced learning packages hosted in the NSE Institute portal. A third-party vendor, Pearson VUE, proctors the exams for NSE 4-8. You can register for these exams online. To become NSE 8 certified, you must pass the written exam hosted by Pearson VUE, plus a practical exam hosted by Fortinet.

All NSE certification levels are valid for 2 years.

Benefits of Completing the NSE Program

NSE certification will help you to:

  • Be recognized in the industry among an elite group of security professionals.
  • Validate your network security skills and experience.
  • Demonstrate value to current and future employers.
  • Leverage Fortinet’s full range of network security products, consolidate solutions, and reduce risks.
  • As a partner, accelerate sales and offer new services.
NSE Program Overview

Successful completion of the NSE Program involves meeting the following objectives for each level. Click on a level course name to get more information about how to certify at that level or the course description.

Level
Objective
Certification
Courses
Develop a foundational understanding of the Threat Landscape and perspectives from key executive roles.  Also learn how individuals can be safer on the Internet with Personal Security Awareness.
Complete the NSE 1 course.
The Threat Landscape
Discover the types of security products that have been developed to address the threat landscape discussed in NSE 1.
Complete the NSE 2 course.
The Evolution of Cybersecurity
Develop the skills to describe how the features of key Fortinet products solve customer problems.
Complete any four NSE 3 courses.
Fortinet Core Products*
Develop the knowledge to manage the day-to-day configuration, monitoring, and operation of FortiGate devices to support corporate network security policies.
Passing the NSE 4 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiGate Security
FortiGate Infrastructure
Develop a detailed understanding of how to implement network security management and analytics.
Passing any two NSE 5 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiAnalyzer
FortiManager
FortiSIEM
FortiInsight (formerly Zonefox)
FortiClient EMS
Develop an understanding of the fabric products that augment FortiGate to provide deeper and more comprehensive network security.
Passing any four NSE 6 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiADC       FortiAuthenticator
FortiDDoS     FortiMail
FortiNAC       FortiWiFi
FortiWeb       FortiWLC
Develop the knowledge to integrate Fortinet products to deploy and administrate network security solutions.
Passing any NSE 7 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
Advanced Threat Protection
Enterprise Firewall
Secure Access
Public Cloud Security
Demonstrate the ability to design, configure, install, and troubleshoot a comprehensive network security solution in a live environment.
Passing both, the NSE 8 written exam at a PearsonVUE testing center and then, the NSE 8 practical exam at Fortinet.
 No preparation course

Sophos Firewall Training for IT Admins

For IT Admin who are using Sophos Firewall, want to make sure you get the best from your investment. Our Sophos Administrator courses are designed to do just that. We are a Sophos Partner and we can help you to buy a course and you’ll be on the way to sharpening your product know-how while simplifying your job as an administrator. On completion, you’ll understand key product capabilities and how they protect your organization. Available courses include Endpoint, UTM Training, XG Firewall, and SafeGuard and cover how to:

  • Manage security events
  • Backup and restore the system
  • Complete common day-to-day tasks
  • View, manage, and interpret logs and reports
  • Perform basic troubleshooting

Check out our resources:

CCNSP is the certification for security professionals from Cyberoam firewall. The only Identity-based security certification available globally the course prepares individuals to recognize insider threats and user-targeted external threats while giving them expertise in networking and security fundamentals in addition to the deployment and configuration of Cyberoam identity-based UTM. The course is comprehensive, yet easy to follow, with real world scenarios, delivering practical value to aspiring security professionals.

Prerequisites:
While the course does not have any pre-requisites, security professionals interested in enrolling need to be familiar with networking concepts, including network topologies, networking infrastructure and application protocols:

Operational OS knowledge
Basics of Networking
Knowledge of Protocols
HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, POP3, SMTP
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Network Security Fundamentals
Operational Familiarity with Featured Modules
Firewall, VPN, IPS, Anti-virus, Anti-spam, Content Filtering, Bandwidth Management, Multiple Link Management, Reporting

Who Should Attend:
CCNSP has been designed for technical professionals providing support or performing deployment and administration of Cyberoam solutions, including System, Network, and Security Administrators.

CCNSP training is divided into the following modules –

Module 1: Cyberoam Product Overview
• Cyberoam UTM overview
• Cyberoam Central Console Overview
• Cyberoam on-cloud management overview
• Cyberoam iView Overview
Module 2: Deploying Cyberoam
• Prerequisites for deployment
• Network Diagrams & Scenarios
• Deployment Scenarios (Transparent/Gateway/Mixed) Mode
• Failure of Security Device & it’s Consequences
• Proxy Scenarios
• Managing connectivity with multiple ISP’s
• Manage 3G and Wi-Max connections
• Labs
Module 3: Firewall
• What is a Firewall?
• Types of Firewall
• How to Control Access
• Identifying Each Machine on the network
• Managing the Firewall
• NAT
• DoS (Denial of Service)
• Fusion Technology based Unified Control
• Firewall – as a single solution to identity, security, connectivity, productivity, and logging Labs
Module 4: User Authentication
• What is Authentication?
• Requirement to Authenticate
• How can Authentication be done?
• Types of Authentication (Single Sign On, Local, and External)
• Group Authentication
• Traffic Discovery
• Authenticating from Servers (AD, LDAP, or RADIUS)
• Labs
Module 5: Web Filter
• Need for Web Filtering
• Web 2.0 Filtering
• Filtering with Keywords
• Filtering with URL
• Filtering by Categories
• Filtering Web Traffic
• Labs
Module 6: Application Firewall
• Evolution of Application Firewall
• File Filtering
• Application & P2P Filtering
• Instant Messaging Filters
• Custom Filters
• Compliance based filtering
• Labs
Module 7: Network Threat Protection
• Functioning of Anti-Virus & Anti-Spam
• Basics of Virus, Spyware, Malware, Phising, and Pharming.
• Web/Mail/FTP Anti-Virus
• Gateway level Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam
• Instant Messaging Anti-Virus
• Virus Outbreak Detection
• Recurrent Pattern Detection
• RBL (Realtime Black List), IP Reputation
• Understanding of Intrusion
• Signature based detection
• Statistical anomaly based detection
• Stateful protocol analysis detection
• Network Based IPS (NIPS) & Wireless Based IPS (WIPS)
• Network Behaviour Analysis (NBA)
• Host Based IPS (HIPS)
• WAF
• Labs
Module 8: VPN
• What is VPN?
• Why use VPN?
• Advantages of VPN
• Types of VPN based on protocols
• Types of VPN Based on Tunnels
• Need of firewall in VPN
• Threat Free Tunneling
• VPN Bandwidth Management
• VPN Failover
• Identity based authentication in VPN
• Labs
Module 9: QoS
• What is QoS?
• Why QoS?
• Traffic Queuing
• Traffic Prioritisation
• Bandwidth Allocation
• Scheduling, and sharing bandwidth
• Guaranteed bandwidth
• QoS implementation on user, group, firewall, application, web category.
• Labs
Module 10: Network High Availability
• High Availability, LAN Failsafe?
• Clustering of devices
• What is link load balancing?
• Why undertake balancing?
• Link fails scenario
• Why failover?
• Multilink Manager
• Load balancing
• Active – Active load balancing and gateway fail over
• Active – Passive configuration and gateway fail over
• MPLS failover to VPN
• Automatic ISP failover detection
• Labs
Module 11: General Administration
• Setup Logging
• DNS Management
• DHCP Management
• Upgrading Device Firmware
• Backing Up
• Restoring
• Diagnostic Tools
• Troubleshooting Tools

• Labs to provide hands on to deal with maintenance

Module 12: Logging & Reporting
• Cyberoam iView Introduction
• Types of Reports
• Data Management
• Report Management
• Compliance reports
• Searching within reports
• Identity based reporting
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