CBT Nuggets – Checkpoint CCSA R80.X with Keith Barker

CBT Nuggets – Checkpoint CCSA R80.X with Keith Barker


Check Point CCSA R80
In this course, trainer Keith Barker walks you through the objectives covered in Check Point’s CCSA R80 certification exam. With a hands-on focus, this security administrator course will teach you how to defend against network threats, assess current security policies, monitor network activities, and much more.

Recommended Experience
A basic knowledge of networking is recommended, but not required
6 to 12 months of experience with Check Point products is recommended, but not required
Recommended Equipment
None
Related Certifications
Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA) R80 156-215.80
Related Job Functions
Security Administrator
Systems Administrator
Network Administrator
Security Architect
Security Engineer
IT Security Analysts
Vulnerability Analysts

Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and has earned a variety of certifications, including Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching, Cisco CCIE Security, Cisco CCDP, HP-MASE, Brocade BCNP, (ISC)2 CISSP, CompTIA’s Network+ and Security+, VMware VCP5-DCV, Palo Alto CNSE, Check Point CCSA.

There are so many moving pieces to managing an organization’s network security. It may be tough to keep track, but the key to making this process easier and safer is consolidating your security practices.

Keith Barker recently wrapped up his Check Point CCSA R80 course, which covers the entire process of moving your team over to Check Point and R80 management — bringing all security protections and functions together on one platform.

Keith’s training is comprised of videos dedicated to each step of using the security manager and gateway, making it ideal for a study resource or an on-the-job resource. The 58 videos cover topics such as:

Security policies
Network address translation
Advanced firewall features
VPNs
The command line interface
This training directly correlates with the exam goals, as expressed by Check Point. It’s recommended by Check Point that learners have a basic knowledge of networking, along with 6 months to 1 year of experience with Check Point products, before sitting for the exam.


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