• Become familiar with the presentation of the training materials.
• Learn to use the Imperva training portal to find supplemental course materials.
• Become familiar with the lab environment, topology, and user accounts.
• Become familiar with the SecureSphere Web UI’s major components and navigating the Web UI.
• Learn how to use SecureSphere’s Basic, Advanced, and Quick Filters in the Web UI.
• Become familiar with setting Criteria in Policies.
Lesson 1: SecureSphere Initial Configuration
• Explain the main components of SecureSphere Architecture and the Gateway modes.
• Configure SecureSphere as a Management Server.
• Configure SecureSphere as a Gateway.
• Use impcfg to configure a Gateway’s network interfaces to inspect traffic.
• Confirm basic network connectivity of the SecureSphere.
• Install the latest software patch on SecureSphere and confirm the installed software version.
Lesson 2: Initial Network Integration
• Enable ICMP on SecureSphere appliances.
• Enable and configure SNMP polling on SecureSphere appliances.
• Mount remote file storage in a SecureSphere appliance’s local file system.
• Configure an agent listener on a SecureSphere Gateway.
• Install SecureSphere Agents on protected servers.
Lesson 3: Initial SecureSphere Web UI Configuration
• Login to SecureSphere’s Web User Interface.
• Install a SecureSphere license file.
• Set password strength requirements.
• Enable users to enter comments when making changes to security policies.
• Create SecureSphere user accounts and roles.
• Configure Active Directory authentication.
• Update ADC content.
• Set Protect Mode thresholds.
• Create Gateway Groups.
• Create a Windows Domain object.
Lesson 4: SecureSphere Sites Tree Configuration
• Create a Site.
• Create a Server Group.
• Create a Service and default Application.
• Discover and secure previously unknown servers on the network.
• Add discovered servers to a Site.
Lesson 5: SecureSphere Actions
• Define, compare, and contrast Action Interfaces, Action Sets, and Followed Actions.
• Explain placeholders, and where to find complete details regarding them.
• Create Email, FTP, Syslog, etc., Action Interfaces as needed.
• Create Email, FTP, Syslog, etc., Action Sets as needed.
• Use Followed Actions to implement Action Sets on system administration jobs.
Lesson 6: System Monitoring and Maintenance
• Configure global System Event Notification parameters.
• Create System Event Policies.
• Identify System Events that may require specific policies or Followed Actions
• Determine appropriate Followed Actions to use with System Event Policies.
• Configure SecureSphere’s System Monitoring Alarms and Notifications.
• Configure SecureSphere Maintenance jobs.
• Describe how the Audit Archiving, Audit Purge, and Audit Purge Now jobs operate.
Lesson 7: System Reporting
• Describe the features of SecureSphere’s Report Settings.
• Describe how to work with report Keywords.
• Create System Event, Site, and Discovery Scan reports.
• Schedule Reports and the Reports Archive job.
Lesson 8: Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting
• Use Gateway Performance Profiling to analyze and monitor Gateway CPU resources.
• Use gateway Performance Reports to view a Gateway’s resource usage.
• Backup and restore the MX configuration from the Web UI and from the command line.
• Describe processes to troubleshoot network traffic on the Gateway’s command line.
• Describe the process to generate Tech Info files from the Web UI and command line.
Before taking this course, make sure you have the following skills:
• Working knowledge of Linux system administration and command line.
• Working knowledge Linux system configuration files, such as /etc/fstab or /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf, and the
ability to edit them with the vi editor.
• General understanding of application layer security concepts, application layer Web, and/or database protocols.
• Experience implementing or managing data center security or database applications is recommended.
SecureSphere System Administration is a prerequisite to Database Security and Compliance and Web Application
Security training courses
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