BlueCat Security and Advanced Configuration (Virtual Instructor-Led Training)
Learn to configure DNS security features in BlueCat Address Manager, including DNSSEC and Threat Protection – while building a deep understanding of how DNS is structured and how to protect your organization against DNS security vulnerabilities. You will learn about secure DNS architectures as well as policy management for threat protection feeds. In addition, you will learn about advanced topics in IPAM, DNS & DHCP as they pertain to your organization’s security posture.
- Securing BlueCat systems
- Using IPv4 modelling tools
- Securing DNS
- Querylogging and logging channels
- DNS attacks and mitigation strategies
- Optimal DNS architectures
- How to configure DNSSEC
- How to configure DNS Threat Protection
Who is this for? Networking professionals and DDI administrators with a good understanding of TCP/IP, DNS and DHCP – AND who have already taken and passed the certification for BlueCat Integrity Fundamentals (BFCP).
Length: 2 half-days (4 hours/day = 8 hours)
* Prerequisite: BlueCat Fundamentals Certified Professional (BFCP)
Delivered by one of our best: an expert BlueCat Instructor will be your guide.
Lab Environment: Each registrant is provided with a personal lab where they will perform configurations for IPAM, DHCP, DNS in a live environment. Instructors may access these environments upon request.
Learning Portal Access: Each registrant is permitted 30 days access to the BlueCat E-Learning site to access all elearning as well as ILT course content, lab guides and other resources. Qualified individuals may use this opportunity to access and write certification exams.
* BlueCat will require the names and email addresses of individual participants.