Bakotech invites you to the next edition of safety training in 3 cities as part of FireTalks RoadShow 2017

Bakotech Sp. z oo, the exclusive distributor of WatchGuard solutions in Poland, invites you to the next autumn edition of the network security training series - FireTalks Roadshow 2017. Training dedicated to both trading partners and end users will be held in three cities in Poland: in Warsaw on November 7, in Katowice on November 8 and in Rzeszów on November 9.

FireTalks Roadshow 2017 is organized in cooperation with WatchGuard Technologies , a provider of UTM and Next-Generation Firewall solutions and SolarWinds, a producer of innovative solutions to simplify network management in various environments. The training will cover, among others, data protection and analysis in the context of the GDP, multi-level protection on the example of WatchGuard Firebox, as well as the benefits of Endpoint Detection and Response . During the demonstration session, an innovative visualization tool Watchguard Dimension as well as WatchGuard UTM will be presented. In the second part of the meeting, the issues of monitoring network performance and network applications on the SolarWinds ORION platform will be discussed and a technical demonstration of this solution will be held. An additional lecture will be devoted to the management of logs and events, as a system supporting GDPR / RODO compliance, there will also be a demonstration of the Log & Event Management system.

At the end, a prize draw and handing of certificates was planned.

The agenda and registration form are available on the organizer's website . Participation in meetings is free. The number of places is limited.

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