Security Incidents and event management with qradar (Advanced) Course Overview

Security Incidents and event management with qradar (Advanced) Course Overview

The "Security Incidents and Event Management with QRadar (Advanced)" course is a comprehensive training program designed for security professionals who wish to deepen their expertise in IBM's QRadar SIEM platform. This course covers a wide range of topics from administration tools to custom rule creation and managing false positives, providing learners with advanced skills to effectively use QRadar for security monitoring and threat detection.

Learners will gain a thorough understanding of the QRadar system, from configuring Host Context and managing licenses, to creating network hierarchies and importing assets. They will also explore user account management, data backup strategies, and log source collection, including specialized instruction on Windows log records. Advanced topics include managing custom log sources, utilizing rules for threat detection, and tuning the system to reduce false positives. The course equips participants with the knowledge to leverage Reference Maps in rules, enhancing the precision of their security operations. By completing this advanced training, learners will be well-prepared to optimize QRadar's capabilities in their organizations, ultimately enhancing their security posture.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Security Incidents and Event Management with QRadar (Advanced) course, participants should meet the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of networking principles, including network operations, network ports, protocols, and services.
  • Familiarity with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) concepts and general cybersecurity practices.
  • Experience with the IBM QRadar SIEM platform at a foundational level, including navigation, and how to find and interpret logs and offenses.
  • Knowledge of operating systems and database administration, particularly as they relate to network security.
  • Ability to interpret and utilize regular expressions (regex) for parsing and analyzing log data.
  • Experience with command-line interfaces (CLI) and executing basic commands in a Linux environment.
  • Understanding of basic system administration tasks such as managing users and permissions, system settings, and software updates.

Please note that while the above prerequisites are recommended to maximize the effectiveness of the training, our courses are designed to accommodate varying skill levels. Our instructors are adept at tailoring the course content to the needs of the participants, ensuring a comprehensive and engaging learning experience for all.

Target Audience for Security Incidents and event management with qradar (Advanced)

The "Security Incidents and Event Management with QRadar (Advanced)" course is tailored for IT professionals specializing in security analytics and incident response.

  • Security Analysts
  • Security Engineers
  • Incident Responders
  • SIEM Administrators
  • IT Security Managers
  • SOC Analysts
  • Network Administrators with a security focus
  • Compliance Officers dealing with cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Systems Integrators working with security solutions
  • IT Professionals seeking specialized knowledge in QRadar
  • Security Architects designing SIEM solutions

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Security Incidents and event management with qradar (Advanced)?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

This advanced QRadar course equips learners with comprehensive skills to manage security incidents and events, utilizing QRadar's powerful features for enhanced IT security management.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of QRadar SIEM, including administrative tools and deployment editor functionalities.
  • Learn to configure and manage the Host Context feature for improved asset visibility and threat detection.
  • Understand how to efficiently create and manage the network hierarchy within QRadar for optimal network security monitoring.
  • Master the updated administration tools for managing asset profiles, server discovery, and reference sets for effective security data organization.
  • Develop skills to manage user accounts, roles, and authentication settings to ensure secure access control within QRadar.
  • Learn techniques for managing data backups, retention buckets, and restoration processes to safeguard security information.
  • Acquire the knowledge to set up and configure log and flow sources, including advanced collection techniques for Windows log records.
  • Understand the process of integrating custom log sources using regular expressions and QRadar's DSM Editor for tailor-made security monitoring.
  • Create and manage powerful QRadar SIEM rules and building blocks to detect and respond to complex threats.
  • Learn to manage false positives effectively and utilize Reference Maps in rules to enhance accuracy and reduce noise in security event data.