Arrow Electronics, Inc.

Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.x Administration R1

CODE: SYM_000229

LÄNGE: 40 Hours (5 Tage)

PREIS: €4 000,00


The Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.x Administration
R1 course is designed for the network, IT security, and
systems administration professional in a Security
Operations position tasked with the day-to-day operation
of the SEPM on-premise management console and with
configuring optimum security settings for endpoints
protected by Endpoint Protection.


By the completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Describe how the Endpoint Protection Manager

    (SEPM) communicates with clients and make

    appropriate changes as necessary.

    Design and create Endpoint Protection group

    structures to meet the needs of your organization.

    Respond to threats using SEPM monitoring and


    Analyze the content delivery system (LiveUpdate).

    Configure Group Update Providers.

    Create location aware updates.

    Secure endpoints against network and file-based


    Control endpoint integrity and compliance

    Enforce an adaptive security posture


This course assumes that students have a basic
understanding of advanced computer terminology,
including TCP/IP networking and Internet terms, and an
administrator-level knowledge of Microsoft Windows
operating systems.


Module 1: Managing Console Access and Delegating Authority

    Creating Administrator Accounts
    Managing Administrator Accounts
    Configuring Directory Server Authentication for an Administrator Account

Module 2: Managing Client-to-Server Communication

    Analyzing Client-to-SEPM Communication
    Restoring Communication Between Clients and SEPM
    Verifying Clients are Online with the SEPM

Module 3: Managing Client Architecture and Active Directory Integration

    Describing the Interaction Between Sites, Domains, and Groups
    Managing Groups, Locations, and Shared Policies
    Importing Active Directory Organizational Units (OUs)
    Controlling Access to Client User Interface Settings

Module 4: Managing Clients and Responding to Threats

    Introducing the Clients View
    Monitoring SEP Clients Using the Clients View
    Responding to Incidents Using the Clients View

Module 5: Monitoring the Environment and Responding to Threats

    Monitoring Critical Log Data Using the Summary page
    Identifying New Incidents Using the Logs Page
    Monitoring Actions Sent to Clients Using the Command Status View
    Configuring Notifications

Module 6: Creating Incident and Health Status Reports

    Monitoring Critical Data Using the Reports Page
    Identifying New Incidents Using Quick Reports and Filters
    Configuring Scheduled Reports

Module 7: Introducing Content Updates Using LiveUpdate

    Describing the LiveUpdate Ecosystem
    Configuring LiveUpdate
    Troubleshooting LiveUpdate
    Examining the Need for an Internal LiveUpdate Administrator Server
    Configuring an Internal LiveUpdate Administrator Server

Module 8: Analyzing the SEPM Content Delivery System

    Describing Content Updates
    Configuring LiveUpdate on the SEPM
    Monitoring a LiveUpdate Session
    Managing Content on the SEPM
    Monitoring Content Distribution for Clients

Module 9: Managing Group Update Providers

    Introducing Group Update Providers
    Adding Group Update Providers
    Adding Multiple Group Update Providers and Configuring Explicit Group Update Providers
    Identifying and Monitoring Group Update Providers

Module 10: Manually Downloading Certified and Rapid Release Definitions

    Downloading Certified SEPM Definitions from Symantec Security Response
    Downloading Certified Windows Client Definitions from Symantec Security Response
    Downloading Rapid Release Definitions from Symantec Security Response
    Downloading Certified and Rapid Release
    Definitions from Symantec Security Response for Mac and Linux Clients
    Locating Statically Named Definitions

Module 11: Protecting Against Network Attacks and Enforcing Corporate Policies using the Firewall Policy

    Preventing Network Attacks
    Examining Firewall Policy Elements
    Creating Custom Firewall Rules
    Enforcing a Corporate Security Policy with Firewall Rules
    Configuring Advanced Firewall Features

Module 12: Blocking Network Threats with Intrusion Prevention

    Introducing Intrusion Prevention Technologies
    Configuring the Intrusion Prevention Policy
    Managing Custom Signatures
    Monitoring Intrusion Prevention Events

Module 13: Protecting Against Memory-Based Attacks

    Memory Exploit Mitigation
    Configuring the Memory Exploit Mitigation Policy
    Preventing Defense Evasion

Module 14: Preventing Attacks with SEP Layered Security

    Virus and Spyware Protection
    File Reputation
    Insight Lookup
    Emulator and Machine Learning Engine
    Download Insight
    Auto-Protect Scans
    Administrator-defined Scans

Module 15: Securing Windows Clients

    Platform and Virus and Spyware Protection Policy
    Tailoring scans to meet an environment’s needs
    Ensuring real-time protection for clients
    Detecting and remediating risks in downloaded files
    Identifying zero-day and unknown threats
    Preventing email from downloading malware
    Configuring advanced options
    Monitoring virus and spyware activity

Module 16: Securing Linux Clients

    Navigating the Linux Client
    Configuring Virus and Spyware Settings for Linux Clients
    Monitoring Linux Clients
    SEP for Linux Logs

Module 17: Securing Mac Clients

    Touring SEP for Mac Client
    Securing Mac Clients
    Monitoring Mac Clients
    SEP Logs on Mac Clients

Module 18: Providing Granular Control with Host Integrity

    Introducing Host Integrity
    Host Integrity Concepts
    Configuring Host Integrity
    Troubleshooting Host Integrity
    Monitoring Host Integrity

Module 19: Controlling Application and File Access

    Application Control Overview
    Application Control Concepts
    Configuring Application Control
    Monitor Application Control Events

Module 20: Restricting Device Access for Windows and Mac Clients

    Introducing Device Control
    Windows Device Control Concepts
    Mac Device Control Concepts
    Configuring Device Control
    Monitoring Device Control Events

Module 21: Hardening Clients with System Lockdown

    Describing System Lockdown
    Creating and Managing the File Fingerprint List
    System Lockdown use cases

Module 22: Customizing Protection Based on User Location

    Creating Locations
    Adding Policies to Locations
    Monitoring Location Awareness

Module 23: Managing Security Exceptions

     Describing Security Exceptions
     Describing Automatic Exclusions
     Managing Exceptions
     Monitoring Security Exceptions

Weiterführende Kurse

Students interested in Administration of Symantec
endpoints utilizing the cloud management interface
available as part of Symantec Endpoint Security
Complete should take the following course:

     Symantec Endpoint Security Complete
    Administration R1

Test und Zertifizierung

250-428: Administration of Symantec Endpoint
Protection 14


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