(CCEPA) Check Point Certified Endpoint Administrator

January 19, 2011 by · Comments Off on (CCEPA) Check Point Certified Endpoint Administrator
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Check Point Certified Endpoint Administrator (CCEPA)

For individuals who are capable of implementing Check Point Endpoint Security for total security on the endpoint including; firewall, antivirus, anti-spyware, full disk encryption, media encryption with port protection, network access control (NAC), program control and VPN.

To qualify for the CCEPA, the candidate must pass three of the following exams:

Exam 156-701.70 Check Point Endpoint Security Secure Access (CPEPS-SA)
Exam 156-706.70 Check Point Endpoint Security Full Disk Encryption (CPEPS-FDE)
Exam 156-708.70 Check Point Endpoint Security Media Encryption (CPEPS-ME)

You must complete 3 traing courses and the associated exams. Training courses include: Endpoint Security – Secure Access R70 training, Endpoint Security – FDE R70, and Endpoint Security – Media Encryption R70 (prices vary). Exams include: Secure Access, Full Disk Encryption, and Media Encryption ($150 each). You must also have 6 months to 1 year of experience with Check Point products.

Check Point Endpoint Security – Full Disk Encryption (CPEPS-FDE)

Among the different Endpoint Security features, we can find Full Disk Encryption (FDE). FDE permits to completely encrypt a hard disk when the system boots, which makes it impossible for people who don’t have any access rights to get data.

Check Point Endpoint Security R70 Secure Access (CPEPS-SA)

With Endpoint Security and via Secure Access (SA), you can manage a security policy for your endpoints, such as firewalling, anti-virus or anti-spyware rules, managed per host or per group. Endpoint Security allows clients to have a remote access to the LAN of their company via VPN IPSec tunnels.

Check Point Endpoint Security R70 Media Encryption (CPEPS-ME)

Endpoint Security has got a module called Media Encryption (ME). Thanks to this element, you can encrypt and decrypt your removable disks, such as USB keys. In this way, the content is completely encrypted, and you are the only one to be able to read it.