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Part 7 - Managing Security Policies

In the previous part, we have started working with SmartConsole, which is the main administrative tool for creating and managing security policies.


In this session, we will be using SmartConsole to perform the following tasks:


  1. Set Anti-Spoofing and Security Zone parameters for Security Gateway network interfaces;
  2. Create various objects;
  3. Create and apply an Access Control policy on our Security Gateway.


Security Policies

There are four types of Security policies:


  1. Access Control: With the R80.x Unified Policy concept, such policy can use Firewall, Application Control & URL Filtering, Content Awareness, and Mobile Access Software Blades;
  2. Threat Prevention: This includes IPS, Anti-Virus, Threat Emulation, and Threat Extraction Software Blades
  3. Desktop Security: This is not enabled by default and only relevant for Remote Access VPN clients.
  4. QoS: Only relevant if the QoS blade is enabled.


In this lecture,

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