Cybersecurity education in three flavors
Your time is valuable. Why not train with trainers that have real world experience delivering cybersecurity for real world customers and real world challenges. Anchor trainers have decades of experience implementing security technologies, responding to incidents and developing cybersecurity programs for large and small business. In cybersecurity, experience matters. Let our experience provide you with the best real world training.
Check Point Authorized Training Center (ATC)
Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA) R80.10
CCSA course is the essential for security administrators who want to configure security policies, secure communications across the Internet, defend against network threats, and manage a secure network. This course covers concepts and skills necessary to implement, configure and maintain Check Point Software Blades including Firewall, IPSEC VPN, IPS, IPSO, network policy management, logging, status and monitoring, URL filtering, anti-virus, anti-malware, anti-spam & email security.
Check Point Certified Security Expert (CCSE) R80.10
The advanced 3-day course teaches how to build, modify, deploy and troubleshoot Check Point Security Systems on the GAiA operating system. Hands-on lab exercises teach how to debug firewall processes, optimize VPN performance and upgrade Management Servers.
CISSP Boot Camp
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Boot Camp
Three class options:
Business & Users
Security for your business and user based Security Awareness training
Small Business Cybersecurity 101
Anchor offers Cybersecurity 101 classes for small businesses. This training is designed to inform small business owners, managers and leaders how they can protect their systems, data and brand.
Security Awareness for Staff
$200/user (Volume discounts available)
Security Awareness training provides information geared towards non technical staff which interact with an organizations systems, data and brand. It serves to inform users what to watch out for while using computer systems, such as email red-flags, abnormal behavior to watch out for on their computer and cyber attack trends. The Security Awareness training meets regulatory requirements, as well as improves awareness of security issues users face every day.
"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."