This 3-day course examines how to triage alerts generated by FireEye
Network Security, derive actionable information from those alerts, and
apply the fundamentals of live analysis and investigation to
investigate associated endpoints.
Hands-on activities span the entire analysis and live investigation
process, beginning with a FireEye-generated alert, leading to
discovery and analysis of the host for evidence of malware and other
unwanted intrusion. Analysis will be performed using FireEye products
and freely available tools.
For FireEye Endpoint Security customers, activities focus on
investigation techniques using features such as the Triage Summary and
Training provided by: FireEye
START DATE: October 19, 2020 9:00am GMT
END DATE: October 21, 2020 5:00pm GMT
LOCATION: ILT via WebEx. Details will be provided on
- Expertise On Demand (EoD) credits will be accepted
A working understanding of networking and network security, the
Windows operating system, file system, registry and regular
expressions, and experience scripting in Python.
FireEye Network Security Deployment eLearning
Endpoint Security Deployment eLearning
*Content only included for customers with FireEye Endpoint Security
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.