Welcome to "This Week in Checkmates," your weekly highlight reel for all things CheckMates!
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Here are some highlights from the week's activity on CheckMates:
This is a great resource telling you everything you ever wanted to know about the 1400 series of appliances. One of our partners Danny Jung put this together and is continually updating it!
Tomer Sole produced some videos on how to best leverage the Compliances Blade in R80.10.
It's pretty straightforward if you want to block all use of it, a little bit less so when there is legitimate use you also need to allow. Still, something Application Control has no issue with.
One way to achieve this is to Set Installation Target for Policies, which has been an option for quite some time. Another way, introduced as a "beta" feature in R80.10, is described in this article.
Some legacy features were not brought forward to R80.x as they have been replaced with newer features. In this thread, legacy user groups need to be replaced with Access Roles (an Identity Awareness feature).
Did You Know...
You can respond to the emails you get from CheckMates to update a thread?
I know this is a repeat of last week's tip, but I wanted to repeat it to reiterate the warning that goes with this: make sure if you use this feature, your email response doesn't include any signature information or it will be posted along with your messages! I've edited a few messages to remove this information.
Unless you've disabled email notifications on your account, which you can do here, you should get an email for new responses on a given thread or content you have chosen to follow, which you can do from the Actions menu:
When you get the email, it will look something like this:
Simply respond to the email like you would any other:
Your email will appear in the relevant thread as a reply to the comment you are responding to:
A word of warning: Make sure to disable your email signature on these emails as they will be included in your post to CheckMates. You may not want that.
Our upcoming events in September include:
- Cloud Security Best Practices with Amit Schnitzer on September 6th
- Ask Me Anything with Dorit Dor and her team on September 18th
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