Training offering

Forcepoint DLP and Email Security (formerly TRITON AP-DATA/AP-EMAIL) Administrator Bundle

Information

Price £2,690 before tax
Length: 5 Days
Lunch : Included
Courseware : Included
Course code: FPT_DLP_ES_ADM_BL
Delivery Type

Session dates

Date Location
  • London - Dowgate Hill
    £2,690 before tax
  • London - Dowgate Hill
    £2,690 before tax
  • London - Dowgate Hill
    £2,690 before tax
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Description

Attend both the Forcepoint DLP and Email Security Administrator courses in the same week and save £300*!


During the three days, you will learn how to test an existing deployment, how to administer policies and reports, handle incidents and endpoints, upgrade and manage the Forcepoint DLP system. You will develop skills in creating data policies, building custom classifiers and using predefined policies, incident management, reporting, and system maintenance.


During the final two days, you will learn the features, components, and key integrations that enable Forcepoint Email Security functionalities; how to administer policies, handle incidents, upgrade, manage and assess the health of the Forcepoint Email Security system. You will develop skills in creating email policies, configure email encryption, incident management, reporting, and system architecture and maintenance.


*Please note that this offer is not to be used in conjunction with any other discount structure or promotion. Please quote “FPT_DLP_ES_ADM_BL” when booking.


Certification requirements


•    Completion of all course sessions
•    Configured lab exercises
•    Certification exam (multiple choice)

Objectives

Forcepoint DLP Administrator course:


•    Understand simple Forcepoint DLP product deployments
•    Create and use custom classifiers
•    Use predefined classifiers, rules and policies
•    Control various channels of potential data leaks – in TCP networking, discovery and by endpoint
•    Manipulate incidents and reports
•    Configure incident workflows using TRITON GUI or email
•    Perform the backup and restore



Forcepoint Email Security Administrator course:


•    Describe the key capabilities of Forcepoint Email Security
•    Understand the required and add-on components of Forcepoint Email Security
•    Understand multiple deployment scenarios
•    Perform initial setup configurations
•    Configure connection level controls and message properties
•    Create policies to fulfill various organization needs
•    Understand the difference between various block/permit lists
•    Configure email DLP policies
•    Configure and customize PEM portal
•    Understand email encryption methods
•    Run and interpret reports and configure logs
•    Understand how to upgrade the system and disaster recovery procedures


 

Participants

•    End-User/Customers: System administrators, network security administrators, IT staff
•    Channel Partners: Sales Engineers, consultants, implementation specialists

Programme

Forcepoint DLP Administrator course:


Topic 1: Forcepoint DLP Architecture


1) AP-DATA Product and Basic Deployment


a) Forcepoint product overview
b) What is DLP
a) What is new in the 8.x versions
b) Simple Forcepoint DLP deployments, network topology before and after
c) Management consoles
d) Forcepoint DLP key configurations
e) Registering CG and Forcepoint Email Security
f) ICAP-mode Protector
g) Data security in cloud deployments


2) Forcepoint DLP Components, Transaction Processing


a) Involved machines, OS, virtualization, processes
b) Load Balancing and Policiy Engine Interface (PEI)
c) Processing data transactions, Policy Engine (PE)
d) Testing DLP channels
e) CLI tools to extract plaintext and test policies
f) Custom logic in rule conditions
g) Testing limits of file size, large ZIPs and timeouts.


Topic 2: DLP Policies


1) Custom and Predefined Classifiers


a) Keyphrases and dictionaries
b) Regular expressions
c) File classifiers
d) Script overview. “Supporting terms” near sensitive data; context analysis
e) Credit cards: PCI audit rules, CCN classifiers, Luhn check, prefixes (BINs)
f) Policy exceptions for custom LDAP groups, domains, etc.
g) Cumulative rules (Drip DLP)


2) Fingerprinting and ML


a) File fingerprinting; possibly with ignored sections
b) Database fingerprinting
c) Scheduling, exporting and synchronizing fingerprints
d) Machine Learning


Topic 3: Endpoints; Discovery


1) Data Endpoint


a) Data Endpoint Initial setup
b) EP statuses and disabling them
c) EP profiles, updates and incident reporting
d) Endpoint support for browsers
e) Endpoint support for email clients
f) Hooking application OS calls
g) Unhooking/excluding applications
h) Encryption with User-Defined Key and Profile Key
i) EP and printer drivers, screenshots, optical media, LAN control


2) Discovery Policies


a) Custom and predefined discovery policies
b) Scheduling file scans, incremental scanning
c) Scheduling scans of SharePoint Online, Outlook PST, etc.
d) Responding to discovery incidents
e) Configuring file discovery on EP
f) Incremental scans
g) FPNE – fingerprint classifiers on EP


Topic 4: Incidents and Maintenance


1) Incidents and Reporting


a) Incident manipulation: release, escalation, severity change, assignment, deletion
b) Action plans and notifications
c) Force-release feature
d) Email-based workflow
e) Create a Delegated Admin (DA) with limited permissions
f) Incident reports – exporting from TRITON GUI or with a script
g) Traffic and audit logs


2) Diagnostics, Backups, Upgrades


a) Inspecting PEI and PE logs; issues with timeouts and load balancing
b) Mega-breaches and performance
c) Gathering diagnostics for issue escalation
d) Archiving incident DB partitions and forensics
e) Full backup and restore of a AP-DATA Forcepoint DLP configuration
f) Semi-automatic failover
g) Forcepoint DLP Manager and system module upgrades, backward compatibility
h) Endpoint upgrades, backward and forward compatibility


Forcepoint Email Security Administrator course:


Topic 1: Features & Components


1) Forcepoint solution overview
 
a) Forcepoint solution introduction


2) Forcepoint Email Security features and new features


a) Key features
b) What’s new


3) Understanding the deployment


a) Forcepoint Email Security appliances
b) V-Series appliance interfaces
c) Network without Forcepoint Email Security
d) Network with Forcepoint Email Security
e) Required components
f) Internal daemons
g) Communications with external services
h) Supported V-Series and X-Series models and total resources
i) Hardware allocation


4) Getting started with Forcepoint Email Security


a) Fundamental email security concepts: protected domain and email relay
b) Setting up Forcepoint Email Security


5) Setting up users


a) Domain group
b) User directory


6) Defining email routing


a) Domain-based route
b) Directory-based route


Topic 2: Traffic & Policies


1) Traffic


a) Message processing flow
b) Setting connection properties (simultaneous connection per IP)
c) Configuring message properties (size, volume)
d) RBL & Reputation service
e) SMTP greeting delay
f) Recipient validation
g) DHA prevention
h) SPF check
i) SMTP authentication
j) Global IP block list
k) IP address group
l) Compare trusted IP group and Allow Access List


2) Quarantine system


a) Quarantine system overview
b) Queue monitor
c) Message queues


3) Policy


a) Policy flow
b) Policy type
c) Policy condition
d) Rules, filters, actions
e) Action options merge
f) Global IP and address permit list
g) Dynamic permit list
h) Built-in DLP
I. DLP integration
II. Registered with data security server


Topic 3: PEM & advanced configurations & Maintenance


1) Personal Email Manager (PEM)


a) PEM architecture
b) Enabling PEM
c) End user block/permit list


2) Threat Projection Cloud


a) Threat Protection Cloud introduction
b) Configure Threat Protection Cloud


3) Traffic shaping


a) 5 parameters
b) How traffic shaping works


4) Transfer Layer Security (TLS)


a) Enforced/Mandatory TLS vs opportunistic TLS
b) Enable enforced TLS for incoming/outgoing connections
c) Enforced TLS security level & encryption strength
d) CA issued or self-signed TLS certification process
e) Enable mandatory TLS
f) Enable opportunistic TLS


5) Secure Message Delivery


a) Secure Message Delivery scenario 1
b) Secure Message Delivery scenario 2
c) Enable Secure Message Delivery
d) Secure encryption queue
e) Secure Message Delivery end user experiences


6) Maintenance


a) Reporting
I. Log and reporting system overview
II. Log server and database deployment
III. Dashboard & alert & logs
IV. Presentation reports
V. Real-time monitor
VI. Log database partition & rollover & maintenance
b) System administration & maintenance
I. Manage appliances
II. Delegated administration
III. Backup and restore

Options

Certification requirements



•    Completion of all course sessions

•    Configured lab exercises

•    Certification exam (multiple choice)


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