The course is intended for system administrators and information security specialists having experience with Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows in small networks who want to learn how to plan protection for large or geographically distributed corporate networks.
Microsoft Windows network administrators who either have experience with Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows or attended KL 002.10 course
– Kaspersky Security Center 10
– Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows
KLE 302.10: Kaspersky Endpoint Security and Management: Expert
Chapter 1. Traffic Management
Chapter 2. Update Agents and Connection Gateways
Chapter 3. Using Several Administration Servers
Chapter 4. Managing Administrators
Chapter 5. Special Features
Lab 1. Update Agents
Lab 2. Connection Gateway
Lab 3. Moving Computers to Another Administration Server
Lab 4. Network Agent Profiles
Lab 5. Creating Hierarchy
Lab 6. Inheritance of Policies and Tasks
Lab 7. Updating in Hierarchy
Lab 8. Deploying Applications across Hierarchy
Lab 9. Separation of Privileges
Lab 10. Testing Updates
Every student does laboratory work independently on a separate set of virtual machines.
Requirements for the Audience
To be able to master the course and efficiently fulfill the laboratory work, the students must have experience with Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows, completed KL 002.10 course, or have KL Certified Professional or KL Certified Administrator status.
All participants receive an appropriate certificate after course completion.