Paul Scobie

Information Technology Professional 

Peterborough (ON, Canada)

Paul is an Information Technology Professional specializing in Strategic IT Transformation within the eHealth and Public Sector.  In addition, Paul has several industry recognized Information Technology certifications such as Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), along with diplomas in Six Sigma, Project Management, Information Technology Management and is a certified ITIL Practitioner. Paul is currently pursuing Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) certifications.

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  1. How to install pfSense onto a CheckPoint Firewall Appliance

    pfSense is an Open Source firewall platform that can also be used for site to site connectivity as well as mobile client connectivity.Having used pfSense in the past and knowing how robust and secure the platform is, I wanted to see if I could port or install pfSense onto a CheckPoint firewall appliance. I figured that the CheckPoint appliances should have more than enough power to run pfSense.I was able to test the installation of pfSense using a few older CheckPoint appliances that were decommissioned...
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