The CCTA (Check Point Certified Troubleshooting Administrator) course is a specialized certification. The CCTA certification is designed for IT professionals who specialize in troubleshooting and resolving issues related to Check Point Security Gateways and security management systems. CloudLabs is the Approved Lab Hoster for all the Check Point courses.
To pursue the CCTA certification course, candidates should have a solid understanding of networking principles, security concepts, and experience in managing Check Point Security Gateways. It is recommended to have prior experience in working with Check Point technologies or completing the foundational Check Point certifications.
The CCTA certification focuses on providing participants with the knowledge and skills required to diagnose and resolve complex network and security issues in Check Point environments. It covers advanced troubleshooting techniques, best practices, and tools specific to Check Point technologies.
In the CCTA course, participants will learn how to effectively troubleshoot various aspects of Check Point Security Gateways, including network connectivity, firewall policies, VPN configurations, and security services. They will gain hands-on experience in using troubleshooting tools, analyzing logs and traffic captures, and identifying the root causes of network and security incidents.
A hands-on lab is a virtual environment where you can actively engage in practical exercises and simulations related to a specific subject or technology. It allows you to gain real-world experience and develop practical skills.
Upon enrolment, student will receive voucher code and access instructions to launch the lab environment.
We have CloudLabs Shadow which is an embedded feature integrated into the Cloud Labs platform that lets Instructors shadow a pre-deployed Virtual Machine that is being used by an attendee.
In case a user faces issue (i.e., Technical/ Temporary) during performing the lab. You can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for extension before the lab end.
If a user encounters a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) issue, our support team will promptly aid. Initially, we will advise the user to clear their cache and cookies and attempt to access the lab using a private browsing window. Additionally, if the user's system is connected to a virtual private network (VPN), we will recommend disconnecting from the VPN temporarily.
Yes, the instructor can perform Start/ Stop action for all VMs associated with the Lab/ Workshop.
Yes, we have a feature called reports that shows the power bi reports from which the cost per attendee can be tracked.
Our support team will share the details of activation codes and bitly link one week prior to lab start time. Users can register using their email id by accessing this bitly URL and activation codes. And if we have list of users, we can add them and send invites as well.
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