ISA Ninjitsu: Designing, Building and Maintaining Enterprise Firewall and DMZ Topologies with Microsoft ISA Server 2004
Want to become an ISA Firewall Ninja? The ISA Firewall "go to" guy who shows the "hardware" guys "what the time is" when it comes to actually securing your corporate network?
If so, then you need to attend Tim Mullen's (aka, Thor) ISA Ninjitsu: Designing, Building and Maintaining Enterprise Firewall and DMZ Topologies with Microsoft ISA Server 2004
This one-of-a-kind tutorial, led by one of the industry's top security professionals, will arm you with the skills needed to design, deploy, maintain and troubleshoot even the most sophisticated ISA Firewall infrastructure and DMZ configurations. This course gets "under the hood" of hot topics and will also reveal many powerful, real-world DMZ configuration and design concepts.
I had the chance to to attend Tim's class last summer in Las Vegas at the Black Hat conference. I figured there was little that Tim could teach me, a Past Master and Grand Wizard of the ISA Firewall. Well, I'll tell you something -- I was wrong. By the time I finished the class, I learned at least a dozen new tricks that I could immediately take to my networks and further enhance the security and functionality of my ISA firewall infrastructures.
If you can make it to RSA this year, I HIGHLY recommend that you attend Tim's class. I guarantee that you'll end up knowing MUCH more than you know now about the ISA Firewall and you'll walk out of the class with new information that you'll be able to immediately put to use.
Head on over to https://cm.rsaconference.com/US07/portal/newreg.ww and register for Tim's class TUT-S16 (http://www.rsaconference.com/2007/us/content/tutorials/)
I'll also be at the conference center helping people get up to speed on the new Whale IAG and hope to spend some time at Tim's class while I'm there. Hope to see you there!