Maximize your network's resilience
By understanding the broad extent of RedSeal analysis and the insights they will get from looking at their network and its security architecture through RedSeal's analytics, students return to their organizations with a vision for ensuring their network is secure, even as it continuously evolves.
The RedSeal system is a comprehensive suite of cybersecurity prevention technology for use across the enterprise, encompassing network engineering, security, network operations, compliance and audit teams, and more. Although these teams have different problems to solve, RedSeal helps them all work together with a consistent view of the state of their network. It is common for individuals to have a grasp of part of the capabilities of the product without knowing of the other areas of the system. RedSeal Training provides RedSeal users and administrators with a thorough hands-on experience providing a path to rapidly advancing your RedSeal system.
RedSeal Training also provides advanced opportunities to dig into specific areas of the system for Network and Security engineers to become experts in using RedSeal to solve complex challenges within their organization's network and systems.
The training is designed to be flexible, allowing students to take the courses when they are able to schedule the classroom time.
This RedSeal training course is two days back-to-back providing a complete experience of all major functions of the RedSeal system, including device configuration examination, network analytics, and security and risk analysis. Using a combination of customer stories, technical presentations, and hands-on labs, the course demonstrates the breadth and depth available from the system, creates clarity around the priorities for each student's organization's use of RedSeal, and provides the necessary underpinnings for advanced expertise in using RedSeal.
Network and Security Engineers and professionals who have developed extensive experience with RedSeal by using it in their own environment have an opportunity to hone their skills and the benefits their organization receives from RedSeal by completing one or both of the RedSeal Advanced courses. Each Advanced course enrollment process begins with prospective students sharing with the course advisor specific project outcomes and challenges from their current use of RedSeal. The training engineer will create objectives for the course to ensure course outcomes match the highest needs as well as provide a deep understanding of additional knowledge RedSeal can help their organizations gain.
The RedSeal Advanced Network course digs deeply into the network and configuration analysis, network modeling and topology, access path analytics, and related capabilities of RedSeal, using the specific needs and desires of the students taking the particular instance of the course as primary guidelines. This one-day course provides an in-depth, hands-on experience using discussion, technical presentation, and lab experiences to expand and deepen students' understanding of all of the network-oriented possibilities for their organization using RedSeal.
The RedSeal Advanced Security course offers an in-depth journey into the security and vulnerability analysis, risk modeling, and related capabilities of RedSeal, using the specific needs and desires of the students taking the particular instance of the course as primary guidelines. This one-day course provides an in-depth, hands-on experience using discussion, technical presentation, and lab experiences to expand and deepen students' understanding of all of the security-oriented possibilities for their organization using RedSeal.
Students can achieve certification as a RedSeal Network Expert and RedSeal Security Expert when they accomplish at least 80% on the respective certification exams following their successful completion of the courses.
Please register for the training by selecting the “Register” button next to the site you prefer and then clicking the “Register for this Session” button at the top of that training site’s page. Contact with any questions you have.