This primer on FireEye Helix covers the Helix workflow, from triaging
Helix alerts, creating and scoping cases and using Helix and Endpoint
Security tools to conduct investigative searches across the
enterprise. Hands-on activities include writing MQL searches as well
as analyzing and validating Helix, Network Security and Endpoint
Training provided by: FireEye
START DATE: March 2, 2020 9:00am PDT
END DATE: March 6, 2020 5:00pm PDT
LOCATION: FireEye 601 McCarthy Blvd. Milpitas, Ca 95035
- Expertise On Demand (EoD) credits will be accepted
Completion of three FireEye web-based training courses prior to the
instructor-led portion of the course: Network Security for Helix,
Central Management for Helix, Endpoint Security for Helix. Details on
these courses will be provided to registrants of the FireEye Helix
instructor-led training course. Students should have a working
understanding of networking and network security, the Windows
operating system, file system, registry, and use of the CLI.
Students must have access to a laptop running one of the following
browsers: Chrome (latest), Firefox (latest), or Internet Explorer (10
or greater). Wireshark is recommended.
FireEye classes include hands-on activities in the FireEye Training
Lab. Important: Students must be able to connect to the FireEye
Training Lab. Please verify connectivity for the labs prior to the
first day of class by visiting portal.ork.training.fireeye.com and portal.sfo.training.fireeye.com. You should see
the lab login screens.
The lab is a protected environment and requires a login for access.
Once registered for class, students will receive their training lab
credentials via email. These credentials will not be activated until
the first day of class, and will expire upon class completion. Please
note that any attempts to log in prior to class commencement will fail.