CheckMates in Tel Aviv
Valeri Loukine and I made our quarterly pilgrimage to Tel Aviv to plan for 2019 and get ready for the upcoming CPX conferences.
Val and I did a TechTalk also...in silly hats
It's fair to say we'll see more "Management as a Service" offerings in the near future.
Postman's a useful tool if you're learning how to use APIs. We have collections for all versions of our Management API.
Asking this question on Check Point's community is, predictably, going to get you pro-Check Point answers.
While these objects are legacy (and thus don't have a specific API to create them), you can use the "generic object" API to do it.
If you have enough memory, yes you can.
Some conflicting reports on this. What's your experience?
While allowing encrypted pings with VPN clients.
You should be leveraging these in your Access Policies.
Allows a Check Point log server to "parse" logs from pfSense.
Now with VSX support (and some other nifty features).
In addition to updating the tentative TechTalk schedule for 2019: