CheckMates Cyber Security Podcast
Yes, we have a podcast called Check Point CheckMates Cyber Security Podcast
We are taking our regular TechTalks and making the audio available in podcast form.
Other, unique content may be added in the future.
You should be able to find it in your podcast directory of choice by searching on the podcast name.
For "simple people" like Moti Sagey who use Apple's podcast app: Check Point CheckMates Cyber Security Podcast by Check Point CheckMates on Apple Podcasts
The RSS feed that should work in any podcast player: https://community.checkpoint.com/podcastfeed
CheckMates in the DMV (DC / Maryland / Virginia)
Peter Dietrich has been running a Check Point user group for a few years now, predating CheckMates.
I came out to talk about the R80.20.M1 release, launched this week!
Michael Butterfield did a brief presentation on Content Awareness in R80.10, which also included a discussion about policy layers in R80.10!
Check Point R80.20.M1 Release
The big "Check Point" news this week was the release or R80.20.M1 (Management-only) release. Here are a few threads on CheckMates related to this:
- Check Point’s First Management Feature Release is now available!
- R80.20M1 and the EA cycle
- R80.20 M1, first impressions
- R80.20 Management Feature Release
- SmartConsole: Multiple ReadWrite sessions for same administrator (New feature added in R80.20.M1)
- R80.20 Multi-Tasking Feature (Video showing this in action)
- What's New In SmartConsole
We had two TechTalks this week:
The next one is on R80.20 on July 11th!
Want to be a part of it? Sign up here: TechTalk: R80.20 Demo
When you import a domain/CMA into R80.10, there's an additional step that didn't exist in earlier releases.
Things can get blocked by a URL Filtering category also (which may be different from the App Control category).
Explains a bit about our inspection architecture and how it compares to others.
Yes it can be done. Sample config here.
Some disagreement as to if and when this is necessary. What do you think?
If you're using staging mode, this is important to keep in mind!
The process is discussed in this thread.
There seems to be some debate on this. What's your take?