McAfee Network Security Platform (NSP) Administration Course Overview

Enroll for our 4-day McAfee Network Security Platform (NSP) Administration course from Koenig Solutions. This course provides an in-depth knowledge on essential component of implementing a successful intrusion prevention strategy.

Through a blend of hands-on labs and interactive lectures, you will learn how to deploy and configure a Network Security Platform solution to protect against real-world attacks.

Target Audience:

  • System and Network Administrators
  • Security Personnel
  • Auditors, and/or Consultants concerned with Network and System Security

Learning Objectives:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Planning the deployment.
  • Installing and configuring the Manager.
  • Managing users and resources.
  • Configuring and managing policies.
  • Analyzing and responding to threats.
  • Tuning your security policies for maximum effectiveness.

 

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

You will learn:

Module 1: Welcome
  • Course Logistics
  • McAfee Product Training
  • ServicePortal
  • About the Course
  • McAfee Foundstone Security Education
  • Security Content Release Notes
  • Acronyms and Terms
  • Locating Resources on McAfee Business Website
  • Helpful Links
  • Business Community
  • Product Enhancement Request
  • Classroom Lab Topology
  • Attack Detection Framework
  • Solution Components
  • Types of Intrusion Prevention Systems
  • Motivation and Contributing Factors for Attacks
  • Comparing Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Traffic Normalization
  • Beyond Intrusion Prevention
  • What are Threats and Attacks?
  • Ten Steps to Using NSP
  • Why a Network IPS is Important
  • Common Attack Types
  • Security Threats: The Increasing Risks
  • Network Security Platform Overview
  • NSP Server Ports
  • NSP 8X Sensor Suppor
  • Determining Sensor Placement
  • Determining Database Requirements
  • Desktop Firewall Requirements
  • NSM Server Requirements
  • Deployment Requirements and Recommendations
  • Using Anti-virus Software with the NSM
  • Virtual Machine Requirements
  • NSM Client Requirements
  • Virtual Server Minimum Requirements
  • Windows Display and Browser Settings
  • Sensor Deployments
  • Determining Number of Sensors
  • Single and Central NSM Deployment
  • Wireshark
  • Choosing a Deployment Option
  • Central Manager Overview
  • Setting up Basic Features
  • Defining Trust with Central Manager Proxy Server
  • Fault Notification Overview
  • Configuring Common Settings for Fault
  • Access Events Notification Overview
  • Syslog Notification Overview
  • Security Monitors
  • Enabling GTI Integration
  • Operational Monitors
  • E-mail Server and Notification Overview
  • GTI Integration Requirements
  • Viewing Summary of IPS Events
  • User Activity Overview
  • Configuring E-mail Server and Notification
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Overview
  • Navigating Manager Interface
  • Logging into Manager Interface
  • Configuring User Activity: SNMP
  • Configuring SNMP Notification
  • Configuring MDR Pair
  • Configuring Script Notification
  • Global Threat Intelligence Overview
  • Configuring Fault Notification
  • Verifying Access to Manager Interface
  • Configuring User Activity: Syslog
  • Configuring Syslog Notification
  • Configuring Proxy Server
  • Manager Installation Wizard
  • IPS Event Notification Overview
  • Manager Disaster Recovery (MDR) Overview
  • Managing Dashboard Monitors
  • Role Assignment Overview
  • LDAP External Authentication
  • Minimum Account Configuration
  • Creating a Custom Role
  • Configuring RADIUS External Authentication
  • Managing GUI Access
  • Verifying User Credentials
  • Editing the Default Root Admin User
  • Viewing User Activity
  • Managing My Account
  • Summary of Authentication Configuration
  • Specifying Audit Settings
  • Assigning LDAP Authentication
  • Configuring LDAP (Up to 4 Servers)
  • Assigning Domains and Roles
  • Adding, Editing, and Deleting Users
  • Configuring Session Controls
  • User Management Overview
  • Configuring Banner Text and Image
  • Viewing Roles and Privileges
  • RADIUS External Authentication
  • Assigning RADIUS Authentication
  • Admin Domain’s Hierarchical Structure
  • Adding Users to a Child Domain
  • Administrative Domains Overview
  • Adding a Child Admin Domain
  • Managing Admin Domains
  • How Admin Domains Work
  • Editing the Root Admin Domain
  • Inspect
  • Operating Modes
  • Acceleration and Operation
  • NS-Series Sensor Portfolio
  • Multi-Port Monitoring
  • Primary Function of Sensor
  • Respond
  • Virtualization (Sub-Interfaces)
  • M-Series Sensor Portfolio
  • Classify
  • Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Decryption
  • Capture
  • Fail-close and Fail-Open (In-line Only)
  • Virtual IPS-series Sensor Portfolio
  • Large Networks: Perimeter, Core, Internal Placement
  • Interface Groups (Port Clustering)
  • Reviewing Device Summary
  • Devices Page: Global Tab
  • CLI Logging
  • Activity Reports and Logs Review
  • IPS Event Logging
  • Installing Physical Sensors
  • Deploying Pending Changes
  • Special Configurations
  • Alerting Options
  • Managing Sensors
  • Devices Page: Device Tab
  • ATD Integration Overview
  • Installing Sensors in Manager
  • Remote Access: TACACS+
  • Customizing Logon Banner
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • Port Types
  • Downloading Signature Sets
  • Installing Virtual Sensor
  • Deploying Device Software
  • Viewing/Editing Physical Ports
  • DXL Integration Overview
  • Remote Access: NMS Users and Devices
  • Establishing Trust
  • Configuring CDIR Virtual Interface
  • CDIR Sub-Interface Configuration
  • CIDR Block Options
  • Virtualization (Sub-interfaces) Overview
  • Configuring VLAN Virtual Interface
  • Valid interface Types
  • Determining Direction
  • Double-VLAN Tagging
  • VLAN and CIDR Logical Configuration
  • Configuring Bridge VLAN Virtual Interface
  • Bridge VLAN
  • Before and After
  • VLAN Sub-Interface Configuration
  • Policy Application
  • Adding IPS Policy for Interface
  • Defining Properties
  • Viewing Attack Definitions
  • Types IPS Policies
  • Managing Policy Versions
  • Managing Legacy Reconnaissance Policies
  • Policy Management Overview
  • Adding IPS Policy for Admin Domain
  • Using Policy Manager
  • Deleting IPS Policy for Admin Domain
  • What are Policies?
  • Policy Assignment
  • Policy Terms and Concepts
  • Policy Import and Export
  • How Policies are Applied
  • Interfaces Tab
  • Attack Definitions
  • Deploying Changes
  • Editing IPS Policy for Interface
  • Copying or Editing IPS Policy for Admin Domain
  • Assigning Policies
  • Deleting Policy
  • Using IPS Policies Page
  • Reconnaissance Attack Settings Merge Utility
  • Traffic Processing and Analysis
  • Attack Definitions Tab
  • How Attacks Definitions Work
  • Attacks Detail Pane: Description
  • Managing Policy Groups
  • Attack Definitions Tab: Quick Search, Sort, Columns, Groups, Filters, and Detail
  • Benign Trigger Probability (BTP)
  • Attack Protection Categories
  • Attack Categories and Severity
  • Attacks Detail Pane: Settings Tab
  • Attack Definitions Tab: Customizing Your View
  • Top Malware
  • Analyzing Source and Destination IP Addresses
  • Top Attackers
  • Analyzing Threats
  • Top Applications
  • Customizing Threat Analyzer View
  • Top Targets
  • Top Attacks
  • Top Attack Executables
  • Gateway Anti-Malware Engine
  • Using Advanced Malware Policies Page
  • Confidence Level
  • Advanced Malware Policies Configuration Overview
  • PDF and Flash Analysis Engines
  • Top Malware Detections Monitor
  • ATD Engine
  • TIE/GTI File Reputation Engine
  • McAfee Cloud Engine
  • Malware Engine Analysis Sequence
  • Archiving Malware Files
  • File Types
  • Malware Analysis Overview
  • Blacklist/Whitelist Engine
  • Analyzing Malware
  • Malware Detections Page
  • Malware Engines
  • Advanced Malware Detection Overview
  • Malware Policy Parameters
  • Action Thresholds
  • Examples of Implemented Heuristics
  • Zero-day and Targeted Botnet Detection
  • Inspection Options Policies Configuration Overview
  • Assigning Policies to Sensor Resources
  • How Inspection Option Policies Work
  • Inspection Options Policies
  • Active Botnets Page: Organization
  • Analyzing Botnets
  • Heuristics
  • Advanced Botnet Detection Overview
  • Example: Blacklist Domain Detection
  • Properties Tab
  • Legacy Malware Detection Options
  • Configuring Advanced Botnet Detection
  • Top Active Botnets Monitor
  • DNS Response Packet Inspection
  • Whitelisted and Blacklisted Domains Detection
  • Advanced Botnet Detection Options
  • Inspection Options Tab
  • Configuring Traffic Inspection
  • C&C Server/Callback Detection
  • Known Botnet Detection
  • Configuring Protocol Settings
  • Configuring Rate Limiting Rules
  • Rate Limiting (QoS Policies)
  • Connection Limiting Policies
  • Protocol Settings
  • DoS Learning Mode
  • Anti-Spoofing
  • DoS Threshold Mode
  • Configuring Thresholds for Volumebased Attacks
  • Managing DoS Learning Profiles
  • DoS Learning Attacks
  • Types of DoS Attacks
  • Adding Connection Limiting Policy
  • Adding QoS Policy
  • Evolution of DoS Attacks
  • Customizing DoS Learning Attack
  • QoS and Rate Limiting Configuration Overvie
  • DNS Protection Command
  • Volume-based Attacks
  • Stateful TCP Engine
  • IP Reputation Configuration Overview
  • Global Threat Intelligence Review
  • Endpoint Reputation Analysis Options
  • How Web Server Heuristic Analysis Works
  • Private SSL certificates
  • Prerequisite: Required Attacks
  • DoS Protection for Web Servers
  • Heuristic Web Application Server Inspection Configuration Overview
  • Configuring Web Server – DoS Prevention
  • Web Server – DoS Prevention Configuration Overview
  • Layer 7 DoS Protection for Web Servers
  • Prerequisite: SSL Decryption
  • Web Server Protection Overview
  • Configuring Web Server Heuristic Analysis
  • Firewall Access Logging
  • Firewall Policy Definitions Configuration Report
  • Firewall Access Events
  • Rule Objects Overview
  • Stateless Access Rules
  • User-based Access Rules
  • Policy Export and Policy Import
  • Using Firewall Policies Page
  • Application Identification
  • Adding Rule Object
  • Managing Firewall Policies
  • Firewall Policy Overview
  • Threat Analyzer Overview
  • Alerts Page
  • Viewing Alert Detail
  • Preferences Page
  • Adding a Dashboard
  • Viewing Details for Pie Slice
  • Viewing Details for Pie Slice
  • Endpoints Page
  • Launching Threat Analyzer
  • Adding a Monitor
  • Viewing Consolidated Attacks
  • Example Ignore Rule
  • NTBA Dashboard
  • Customizing the Dashboard Tabs
  • Forensics Page
  • Dashboard Page
  • Right-click Options
  • Adding Dashboards and Monitors
  • Viewing Attacks Over Time
  • Applications and GTI View Dashboard
  • IPS Dashboard
  • NSP Health Dashboard
  • Sorting by Attack Name
  • Steps for Reducing False Positives
  • Adding Low Severity Attacks to Process
  • High-Level Bottom-up Approach
  • Identifying False Positives
  • Prior to Tuning
  • Preventing False Positives
  • Preventing Future False Positives
  • False Positives and Noise
  • Two Phases of Policy Tuning
  • Disabling Attacks and Alerts
  • Start with High-Volume Attacks
  • What is Tuning?
  • Why Implement Tuning?
  • Excessive Alerts
  • Analyzing Event
  • Looking for Patterns
  • Next Generation Reports Overview
  • Role Assignment
  • Reporting Preferences
  • Configuration Reports Overview
  • Traditional Reports Overview
  • Running a Traditional Report
  • Running Configuration Report
  • Reports Overview
  • Adding User Defined Report
  • Configuring Report Automation
  • Running Default Next Generation Report
  • Adding, Duplicating, Editing Next Generation Report
  • Viewing Automatically-Generated Reports
  • Alert Relevance
  • Running Tasks
  • Messages from McAfee Monitor
  • Manager Summary
  • Device Summary Monitor
  • System Log
  • Viewing Faults from Manage Page
  • Viewing Device Faults from Dashboard
  • Exporting System Log
  • Running Tasks Monitor
  • Operational Monitors Overview
  • Viewing Manager Faults from Dashboard
  • System Health Monitor
  • Managing Faults
  • Viewing Alert Relevance
  • Viewing User Activity Log
  • Viewing System Log
  • Deleting Backup Files
  • Database Tuning Overview
  • Export Archives
  • Automating Database Backup
  • Tuning Now
  • Calculating Maximum Alert Quantity
  • Automating Tuning
  • Configuring File and Database Pruning
  • Viewing Scheduler Detail
  • Enabling and Defining Alert Pruning
  • Exporting Backup Files
  • Archiving Data Now
  • Automating Archiving Data
  • Restoring Archive
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It is recommended that students have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows administration, system administration concepts, a basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of Internet services.

 

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