Netskope Security Cloud Operation & Administration (NSCO&A) – Classroom Training
The Netskope Security Cloud Operation and Administration (NSCO&A) course is an in-depth training on the Netskope Security Cloud led by a Netskope expert.
In this course, you will learn how Netskope helps IT professionals gain greater visibility and actionable information about cloud services, activity, and data in your cloud.
The course begins with an introduction to the Netskope platform and the user interface. The course will then cover key aspects of the platform such as policy creation, DLP, Threat Protection, Netskope NG-SWG, securing data in the public cloud using Netskope, generating reports and analysis and other key features. The course will provide examples and hands-on practice on how to enforce policy on any one or combination of granular factors such as service, category, user, group, device, content, data loss prevention (DLP) profile, and more.
Upon completion of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
|聴衆||Security administrators; network administrators; sales engineers; pre-sales support; post-sales support|
|形式||Instructor Led (Virtual and In Person). |
Lectures and hands-on exercises
|AVAILABILITY||Public and Private On-site/Remote|
|前提 条件||Recommended pre-requisites: Netskope Security Cloud Introductory Online Technical Training. |
Additionally, some experience with the Netskope platform is preferred. Furthermore, the course is designed for students that have a thorough understanding of networking technologies and security concepts. Experience with other security technologies (IPS, proxy, and content filtering) is a plus.
|議題||Chapter 1: Netskope Security Cloud|
Chapter 2: Architecture
Chapter 3: Netskope Admin UI
Chapter 4: CCI
Chapter 5: API-enabled Protection
Chapter 6: Policies
Chapter 7: Netskope Client
Chapter 8: Reverse Proxy
Chapter 9: Threat Protection
Chapter 10: Reporting
Chapter 11: Advanced Analytics
Chapter 12: IaaS
Chapter 13: Web Security
Chapter 14: Netskope Cloud Firewall
The Netskope Security Cloud Introductory Online Technical Training learning path is the entry point for all training and is designed to give you a foundation in the Netskope suite of products and technologies.
Strongly recommended prior to attendance in the NSCO&A course.
This three day course begins with an introduction to the Netskope platform and the user interface. It will then cover key aspects of the platform such as policy creation, DLP, Threat Protection, Netskope for Web, securing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and other key features.
The next recommended step in the training and certification path is to take the Netskope Certified Cloud Security Administrator (NCCSA) exam through Pearson Vue. Before attempting this exam, candidates should review the other strongly recommended steps for preparation at https://www.netskope.com/certification-program.
This three-day course covers Risk Insights, IaaS, SAML, Advanced DLP, Netskope for Web, and Netskope REST API, and will provide examples and hands-on practice on how to implement and integrate the Netskope Platform into an enterprise environment.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the NCCSA exam through Pearson VUE.
The next recommended step in the training and certification path is to take the Netskope Certified Cloud Security Integrator (NCCSI) exam through Pearson Vue. Before attempting this exam, candidates should review the other strongly recommended steps for preparation at https://www.netskope.com/certification-program.
Netskope Certified Cloud Security Administrator is awarded to cloud security practitioners who have successfully completed a 90-minute exam proctored through Pearson VUE, the global expert in test delivery services. This exam and certification award replaces the former Netskope Cloud Security Administrator (NSCA) accreditation.
In preparation for taking this exam, the candidate is encouraged to use the following resources and experience:
PLEASE NOTE: All current NSCA certifications are still valid. Your NSCA certification will be valid for two years from the date of issuance. Once the two-year date is reached, users will have to recertify with the NCCSA accredited training through Pearson.