Webcast: Performance Troubleshooting on Cisco FirePOWER (Live Webcast Wednesday April 27th, 2016 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern)
Safeguarding your network assets and data from today’s threats isn’t easy. You need detailed visibility into all your network layers and resources. With the Cisco Firepower solutions, that’s what you get. This visibility provides the contextual awareness you need to properly evaluate the users, hosts, and applications running in your network, detect multi-vendor threats, and mount an automated defense response. Plus, the Firepower solution not only protects your network against known and unknown threats before at attack - but does so during and after an attack as well. In independent tests at NSS Labs, among the world’s leading information security research and advisory companies, the Firepower solution was rated 99.4 percent effective in stopping threats and a perfect 100 percent effective in not allowing evasion techniques to succeed.
This session provides an overview of Firepower solution, use-case scenarios and insights on basic troubleshooting and best practices recommended by engineering.
Overview of FirePOWER Devices
How we process traffic
Triggers of poor performance
Troubleshooting Performance issues
Live Demo of Common Scenarios
Aastha Bhardwaj has been a Customer Support Engineer in the Technical assistance Center Firepower team at Cisco Systems since May 2012. Aastha has 7 years of overall experience in security. She works with engineering and customers to resolve complex issues and creates documents and trainings to help customers use the product more fluidly. She is an expert in security technologies and products such as ASA, IPS, CX, FWSM, and Firepower. Aastha holds a CCIE Certification in Security (#46900), as well as Sourcefire Certified Expert (SFCE#126176). She graduated with a Bachelors’ Degree in Information Technology from Graphic Era Institute of Technology at Dehradun India. She also loves cooking and enjoys traveling the world.
John Bennion has been a Customer Support Engineer in the Technical Assistance Center Firepower team in RTP since 2013. He has expertise in Cisco Firepower. John holds the CCNA and CCNP certifications in Routing as Switching and has obtained a Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Information Systems with minors in business and mathematics from the University of Colorado at Pueblo, CO.
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