PLU | Preventing Threats Using Palo Alto Firewalls (2019 EN)

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    Company: Pluralsight
    Author: Craig Stansbury
    Full Title: Preventing Threats Using Palo Alto Firewalls
    Year: 2019
    Language: English
    Genre: Educational: Security
    Skill Level: Intermediate
    Price: -
    Files: MP4 (+ Slides .PDF)
    Time: 02:40:41
    Video: AVC, 1280 x 720 (1.778) at 15.000 fps, 350 kbps
    Audio: AAC at 96 Kbps, 2 channels, 48.0 KHz

    Today’s threats are evolving, with many hiding inside of encrypted traffic. This course will teach you to use Palo Alto’s NGFW & Threat Prevention Cloud to stop malicious content, including zero-day and DoS attacks, even if the traffic is encrypted.

    The number of threats that will disrupt business activities is continuing to grow and evolve, and they are becoming harder to detect partly because they are lurking inside of encrypted traffic that most devices cannot see into. In this course, Preventing Threats Using Palo Alto Firewalls, you will gain the ability to stop malicious and unsanctioned traffic, whether or not it is inside encrypted traffic. First, you will learn how to configure various security profiles such as Antivirus, Anti-Spyware, and Denial of Service mitigations. Next, you will discover how to leverage Palo Alto’s WildFire® and AutoFocus™ to stop zero-day attacks, even if no one else has seen the malicious content before. Finally, you will explore how to decrypt the traffic that flows through your organization’s network so you can apply these threat prevention mechanisms to all traffic. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of using the Palo Alto firewall to prevent various threats, even if they are inside of encrypted traffic -- which is needed to secure your network from today’s advanced threats.

    1. Course Overview
    01. Course Overview
    2. Configuring Content-ID™, Denial-of-Service Protection, and Zone Protection
    02. Course Intro
    03. New Features in PAN-OS 9.0, Overview of the Network Diagram, and Content ID Introduction
    04. Configuring Antivirus
    05. Configuring Anti-Spyware
    06. Configuring Vulnerability Protection
    07. Configuring URL Filtering
    08. Configuring Data Filtering
    09. Configuring Zone Protection Profiles
    10. Configuring DoS Protection Profiles
    11. Best Practices
    3. Integrating with WildFire® and AutoFocus™
    12. Module Introduction & Flow Logic
    13. WildFire® & AutoFocus™ Overview
    14. Configuring WildFire® & File Blocking
    15. Verifying File Blocking & WildFire®
    16. Threat Vault & WildFire® Portal
    17. Security Profile Groups & Security Rule Audit Logs
    18. Implementing AutoFocus
    4. Joining the Enterprise PKI Infrastructure
    19. Module Introduction
    20. Certificate Authorities, Certificate Signing Requests, and Public Key Infrastructure
    21. Generating a CSR & Installing a Certificate
    22. Using a Certificate for Web Management Traffic
    5. Decrypting Traffic on the Palo Alto Firewall
    23. Module Introduction
    24. Palo Alto Firewall Decryption Overview
    25. Decryption Rollout Strategy
    26. Configuring Forward Trust & Untrust Certificates, and Understanding Response Pages
    27. Configuring Decryption Profiles
    28. Configuring SSL Forward Proxy
    29. Configuring SSL Inbound Proxy, SSH Proxy, and Decyrption Mirroring
    30. Decryption Broker Overview
    31. Course Wrap Up