Alamo AFCEA invites chapter members to attend TrendMicro's TippingPoint Certification course.
Registration is for all three days.
Seating is limited and only available to AFCEA members! Register now to reserve your spot.
To learn more about the benefits of membership: https://www.afcea.org/site/?q=Membership
To join Alamo AFCEA: https://www.afcea.org/site/?q=IndividualMembership
To renew your membership: https://www.afcea.org/portal/
*Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
About the Course:
TippingPoint Custom Class covering device setup, configuration, administration, and best practices. Class will use hands-on labs so that students can execute labs on actual equipment. The course is a three-day, instructor-led training course that teaches the concepts and best practices necessary for installation, configuration, security management, and system administration of Trend Micro TippingPoint solutions. Through interactive lectures and hands-on activities, students will learn to implement the inspection device and the Security Management System (SMS).
Completion of the course and exam will result in certification as a TippingPoint Professional.
Before you take this course, Trend Micro recommends that you have:
- A working knowledge of their products and services, as well as basic networking concepts and principles.
- Completed the Trend Micro TippingPoint Essentials (modular web-based training) or have equivalent hands-on experience using TippingPoint solutions.
You should also have a working knowledge of the following:
- Data center networking implementation and management practices
- Experience with network security practices
- General knowledge of network and security management tools
Upon completion of this course, students will acquire knowledge of the Trend Micro TippingPoint solutions including:
- Administrative tasks and management
- Inspection device setup and configuration
- SMS setup and configuration
- Deployment architecture and deployments
- Administrative best practices
- Use cases
Speaker: Doug Brown, CISSP, Sr. Manager, Support Enablement
With his Bachelor’s in Computer Science, and an MBA in International Business, Doug has spent more than 25 years working in I.T. From HelpDesk, to Server Administrator, Senior Network Engineer, and East Coast Support Manager, he held a variety of roles before changing his focus to Information Security immediately after Y2K. He has developed and delivered on a variety of subjects including some of the first classes on Securing Linux, and has worked with the SANS Institute as a local mentor. While with the University of North Carolina, Doug was TippingPoint’s second customer, and his team earned a Network World All-Star award for their work on automated network defenses. Doug was asked to join HP TippingPoint in 2010 to share his customer experience to train other customers.