Tuesday, 18 June 2019 12:18

Forescout, The Next Level Learning partner on APAC training

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Security control solutions provider Forescout has appointed The Next Level Learning as its training partner in Asia Pacific.

Under the deal The Next Level Learning will provide Forescout Certified Administrator Training, suitable for both customer users and partners of Forescout from its locations across the region.

FSCA is a four-day course featuring instructions as well as hands-on labs in a simulated IT environment, allowing participants to learn how to establish security policies using all of Forescout’s available tools, including how to classify and control assets in a network environment.

The FSCA class also prepares attendees for the FSCA certification exam, a 120-minute online test of their skills and knowledge to validate their learning, and apply the technology to its fullest extent.

Forescout says the partnership will see The Next Level Learning also provide the FSCA training to geographically disparate teams who require it delivered virtually, using the latest team conferencing technology to ensure an outstanding learning experience – with onsite training also available for teams of five or more attendees.

Tynaya Groves, APJ channels director, Forescout Technologies, said, “Forescout is excited to partner with The Next Level Learning to expand its training capabilities for customers and partners across the Asia Pacific region. We look forward to increasing the opportunity for our customers to become certified in the Forescout unified IT-operational technology (OT) platform.”

“We are looking forward to delivering the FSCA training within the Asia Pacific region and equipping the customers and partners of Forescout with practical skills of configuring and maintaining the Forescout platform,” said Rob Howard, chief executive, The Next Level Learning.

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