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Prisma Access Training

SASE Security: Design and Operation (EDU-318)

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The “Prisma Access SASE Security: Design and Operation” (EDU-318) course covers the following content:

Prisma Access Overview

Use cases

 

Challenges with traditional network designs

  • Mobile Users
  • Remote Networks
  • Prisma Access solution

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

  • Network solutions like SD-WAN lag security
  • Security solutions lag network capability of SD-WAN
  • SASE brings the two together
  • Prisma Access provides security as a service for existing SD-WAN solutions

Prisma Access definitions

  • Regions & Locations
  • Service Connection & Corporate Access Node “CAN”
  • Service Infrastructure Subnet
  • Mobile User Gateway “GW”
  • Security Processing Node “SPN”
  • Access corporate service like LDAP, User-ID through the service connection
  • Zones

Prisma Access components

  • Panorama
  • Cortex Data Lake

Prisma Access licenses

  • Prerequisites
  • Mobile User License
  • Remote Networks License
  • Service Connection

Shared ownership model

Planning and Design

Routing considerations

Routing examples

High availability

SD-WAN overview

SD-WAN integration

Plan the service infrastructure

Plan for remote networks

Plan for mobile users

Activate and Configure

Activate Prisma Access

 

Configure the service infrastructure

 

Demo configure the service infrastructure

 

IPSEC Site to Site VPNs

  • IPSEC VPN Theory
  • IPSEC VPN Configuration
  • IPSEC VPN troubleshooting

IPsec VPN tunnel configuration on Prisma Access

 

Configure a service connection

 

Demo configure a service connection

Security Processing Nodes

Application Identification of a TCP Flow

 

Flow logic

 

Security policy rules

 

Demo Security Rules

 

Managing certificates

 

Demo Certificate Management

 

SSL decryption

  • Overview of SSL session setup
  • SSL Outbound – Forward Proxy
  • Configuration Best Practices
  • Troubleshooting

Security processing node comparison

Panorama Operations for Prisma Access

Templates

  • Zone Mapping
  • Template stacks

Device groups

  • Device groups Hierarchy
  • Device groups Inheritance
  • Device group policies
  • Device group objects

Configuration Demo

Remote Networks

Prerequisites

IPsec tunnels for remote networks

Configure remote networks

Security policy rules

Onboard a new remote network

Verify connectivity

Dual ISPs in active/active mode

Configuration Demo

Mobile Users

Prerequisites for mobile users

Mobile user authentication

User Authentication Demo

Configure mobile users

Mobile Users Onboarding

Portals and gateways

Office 365 Azure AD authentication using SAML

Security policy rules and zones

Prisma Access with on-premises gateways

Tune, Monitor, and Troubleshoot

Deploy User-ID

  • Overview
  • User-ID redistribution
  • Scenarios

Quality of Service

Onboard networks with configuration import

Onboarding Demo

Clientless VPN

Manage IP addresses

Troubleshooting

Manage Multiple Tenants

Multitenancy overview

Device groups and templates

Configuring multitenancy

Create role-based access control

Logging

Multitenancy configuration demo

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The difference is made by our instructors who have many years of field experience which they bring with them into the classroom

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“All of my guys enjoyed and valued this course to the maximum.
You will simply love it”

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Kamil Golombek

NIS Cyber Defence Security Perimeter EMEA