Endpoint Security for Analysts(WBT)

This entry-level online course covers core functionality of FireEye Endpoint Security, including features, operational workflows, alert analysis, and containment.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Identify the components of FireEye Endpoint Security
  • Describe the communication between the Endpoint Security Server and the FireEye Endpoint agent
  • Describe the function of the ring buffer
  • Create hosts sets
  • Create custom threat indicators
  • Identify critical information in an Endpoint Security alert
  • Request and approve hosts for containment
  • Use Enterprise Search to find artifacts on managed hosts
  • Acquire files and triages from hosts
  • Review a triage or acquisition using Audit Viewer  

Who Should Attend

Analysts and Incident Responders who use FireEye Endpoint Security.

Prerequisites

A working understanding of networking and network security, the Windows operating system, file system, and Windows registry.

Duration

2-2.5 hours

Web-Based Training Web-Based Training

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Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Endpoint Security
  2. Fundamentals of Endpoint Security
    • FireEye Ecosystem
    • FireEye Endpoint Agent
    • Ring Buffer
    • Detection Engines
    • Host Sets
  3. Threat Management
    • Rules
    • Endpoint Security Alerts
    • Triage Summary
  4. Containment
    • Containment process
    • Roles for Containment
  5. Searches and Acquisitions
    • Enterprise Search
    • Exhaustive Search
    • Acquiring files and triage packages
    • Audit Viewer