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

Security Information and Event Management with QRadar provides deep visibility into network, user, and application activity. It provides collection, normalization, correlation, and secure storage of events, flows, assets, and vulnerabilities. Suspected attacks and policy breaches are highlighted as offenses. In this class, you learn to navigate the user interface and how to investigate crimes. You hunt and examine the data from which QRadar SIEM concluded a suspicious activity. Hands-on exercises reinforce the skills learned.

Audience: This basic class is suited for security analysts, security technical architects, offense managers, network administrators, and system administrators.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Using administration tools
  • QRadar SIEM reminder
  • Admin tab
  • Advanced list options
  • About the deployment editor
  • Host Context overview
  • Configuring Host Context
  • Adding a managed host
  • Deployment Editor: Configuring collectors
  • Auto update overview
  • Configuration auto updates: Basic tab
  • Configuring auto updates: Advanced tab
  • System and license management
  • Uploading and allocating a license
  • Reverting an allocation unlocks a license
  • Replacing a license by allocating a new one
  • Activating a license
  • Exporting license key information
  • Web-based System Administration Interface
  • QRadar Console Settings
  • QRadar System Settings
  • Global System Notifications
  • Managing custom offense close reasons
  • Authorized services
  • Using authorized services
  • Authorized services URLs
Module 2: Creating the network hierarchy
  • Network hierarchy overview
  • QRadar SIEM network hierarchy
  • Network hierarchy recommendations
  • Adding a network hierarchy
  • Building a group node versus leaf node
  • Remote networks and services overview
  • Adding a remote networks object
  • Managing remote services
  • Adding remote services
Module 3: Updated administration tools
  • Asset profiles overview
  • Server discovery overview
  • Importing and exporting assets
  • Viewing scanners
  • Reference Set overview
  • Reference Set elements
  • Index management overview
  • Enabling indexes
Module 4: Managing users
  • User account overview
  • Creating user roles
  • Security profile overview
  • Security profile: Permission Precedence tab
  • Security profile: Networks and Log Sources tab
  • Editing a security profile
  • Configuring authentication
Module 5: Managing data
  • Introduction to data backups
  • Creating an on-demand configuration backup
  • Creating a backup schedule
  • Restoring backup archives
  • Using event and flow retention buckets
  • Configure an event retention bucket
  • Configuring flow retention buckets
Module 6: Collecting log and flow records
  • Collecting data: Data sources
  • Log sources through traffic analysis
  • Adding log sources
  • Adding log source extensions
  • Log source parsing order
  • Flow data overview
  • Adding a flow source
  • Adding a flow source with asymmetric routing
  • Flow source aliases
  • Adding a flow source alias
Module 7: Collecting Windows log records
  • About Windows log collection agents
  • WinCollect
  • Adaptive Log Exporter (ALE)
  • Snare agent
  • WMI protocol
  • Installing WinCollect
  • Creating an authorized service for the WinCollect agent
  • Installing the WinCollect agent software
  • Applying the machine name, Service Token, and console IP
  • Adding a log source to the WinCollect agent
  • Installing an Adaptive Log Exporter (ALE) agent
  • Configuring the ALE agent
  • Configuring the destination
Module 8: Managing custom log sources
  • Custom log sources
  • Required tools
  • Integrating unsupported Log Sources
  • Obtaining a sample log
  • Obtaining a log sample from a remote location
  • Uploading the LSX_Template.xml file
  • Creating a universal DSM log source
  • Testing the universal DSM log source
  • Mapping the unknown log records
  • Example of a LEEF log record event category
  • Creating a regular expression to extract the log source EventID from a LEEF event
  • Creating an appropriate regular expression
  • Common regular expressions
  • Regular expression recommendations
  • Using capture groups
  • Inserting regular expression patterns in the LSX
  • Cleaning the LSX template
  • Testing modifications to the LSX document
  • About QRadar Identifiers (QIDS)
  • Creating a new QID entry with qidmap_cli.sh
  • Mapping the Log Source ID to custom QIDs
  • Mapping Log Source Event IDs to existing QIDs
  • Testing the mapping
  • Points to remember about mapping
Module 9: Using rules
  • About QRadar SIEM rules
  • About QRadar SIEM Building Blocks
  • Using Building Blocks
  • Combining Building Blocks to capture specific events or flows
  • Linking tests
  • Linking tests in the correct order
  • The custom rule engine (CRE)
  • Attack scenario example
  • Detecting the attack with a rule
Module 10: Creating rules
  • Creating rules overview
  • Rule that captures account creation
  • Rule that captures access to sensitive data
  • Rule that captures account deletion
  • Combining rules to capture a sequence of events
  • Using time-series and anomaly rules
  • Conficker example
  • Creating a search to accumulate data
  • Creating a time series for the search
  • Creating an anomaly rule
  • A CRE event is the default response
  • Creating a custom rule to catch the pattern
  • Custom rule response and action
Module 11: Managing false positives
  • False positive overview
  • Example 1: Suspicious access to sensitive data
  • Example 2a: Botnet access: Determining the rule
  • Example 2b: Searching for contributing events
  • Example 2c: False positive wizard.
  • Example 3a: Capturing events first, deciding later
  • Example 3b: Finding rules with high offense counts
  • Example 3c: Using the rule to capture events in a report
  • Example 3d: Analyzing the report
  • Example 4a: Analyzing offenses by category
  • Example 4b: Listing the offenses by category § Example 4c: Finding the first rule that triggered
  • Example 4c: Finding the first rule that triggered
  • Example 4d: Determining a strategy to eliminate the false positive
  • Example 4e: Modifying the appropriate Building Blocks
  • Example 4f: Fine tune the rule that triggered the offense
  • Tuning guidelines
  • Commonly edited Building Blocks
  • Tuning by changing rules
  • Adjusting and enabling additional rules
Module 12: Using Reference Maps in rules
  • Reference Maps overview
  • Reference Maps use cases
  • Using Reference Maps on the command line
  • Using ReferenceDataUtil.sh
  • Using Reference Maps in the user interface
  • Using Reference Maps in searches
  • Sample use case of Reference Map of Sets
  • Creating a Reference Map of Sets
  • Creating a CRE rule
  • Creating a group by search
  • Alternative to a CRE rule
  • Creating an ADE rule
  • Managing the Reference Map of Sets
  • Using the CRE response
  • Deleting records from the command line
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Course Prerequisites
  • Qradar Foundation

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Identify the role and capabilities of the QRadar SIEM licensed program.
  • Describe how QRadar SIEM collects data and performs vulnerability assessment.
  • Find out how to navigate and customize the dashboard tab.
  • Determine how to investigate the data incorporated in an offense and react to an offense.
  • Discover  how to detect, filter, and group events in society to gain vital insights about the crime.
  • Discover how to make and edit a search that monitors the events of suspicious hosts.
  • Learn  how asset profiles are created and updated, and how to apply them every bit part of an offense investigation.
  • Determine how to investigate the flows that give to an offense, create and tune false positives, and investigate superfluous.
  • Discover  how to find custom rules in the QRadar SIEM console, assign actions and responses to the rule, and how to configure rules.
  • Determine how to utilize charts and use advanced filters to analyze specific activities in your surroundings.

Give an edge to your career with Other Technologies certification training courses. Students can join the classes for Security Information and Event Management with QRadar (Administration) at Koenig Campus located at New Delhi, Bengaluru, Shimla, Goa, Dehradun, Dubai & Instructor-Led Online.