Friday, August 2, 2013

Personal invitation to Check Point Best Practices course

I will be teaching two days of Check Point Best Practices course in Munich as part of extended CPUG gathering.

I would like to use this opportunity to invite you to my class. We will be covering the following topics:

  • Disaster recovery, backup techniques and tricks around them
  • Upgrades and migrations done right
  • Design of Check Point security systems
  • Unknown and undocumented tools
  • SPLAT and GAIA tricks

The course was originally started as a series of internal trainings for my colleagues. In the last several years it evolved into by far most popular training in my portfolio. Come and see why.

You can register to the course on CPUGcon registration page.

Thanks a lot for your interest.


  1. Sir

    I am from India and have been visiting your blog often. Overwhelming. I am learning checkpoint using the checkpoint product document as there are no books available in the market on the latest products. I would be thankful if you could tell me that using the 15 days trial software, is it possible to learn DLP, IDS/IPS and other software blades CP introduced since R71? (would appreciate a mail
    Thanks in advance.

    1. Hello, Asokan!

      Yes, you can use 15 day evals to try the products. You can also use Check Point online learning modules available on Check Point web site for many of the newest products.

      Good luck with that.