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Trend Micro™ Deep Security 11 Training for Certified Professionals

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Duration: 3 days

Trend Micro™ Deep Security 11.0 Training for Certified Professionals is a three-day, instructor-led training course where participants will learn how to use Trend Micro™ Deep Security for advanced hybrid-cloud security of physical, virtual and cloud-based servers. This course details the basic architecture of the Deep Security solution, deployment options, protection modules, policy configuration, and administration of the system. As part of the course, participants will install Deep Security Manager in a virtual lab environment, deploy Deep Security Agents on a variety of Windows Server computers, and configure protection on these computers. Best practices and troubleshooting details for successful implementation and long-term maintenance of the system are also discussed. This course is based on Deep Security 11.0.

This course incorporates a variety of hands-on lab exercises allowing participants to put the lesson content into action.

This course is taught by Trend Micro-certified trainers. Upon completion of this course, participants may complete the certification examination to obtain designation as a Trend Micro Certified Professional for Deep Security.


Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to:
  • Installation, Deployment & Configuration of the different modules: Firewall, Packet Inspection, Web Reputation,
  • Anti-Malware, Integrity Monitoring & Log Inspection
  • Administration of the different functions of the product
  • Integration with VMware technologies
  • Agent-based and Agent-less examples
  • Deployment Scenarios: virtualized, cloud and multitenancy environments
  • Amazon AWS, VMware vCloud and xSP scenarios


Course Outline

1. Product Overview

  • Trend Micro solutions

  • Introduction to Deep Security

  • Protection modules

  • Deep Security components 

2. Deep Security Manager

  • Deep Security Manager

  • Server and operating systemrequirements

  • Database requirements

  • Deep Security Manager architecture andcomponents

  • Installing Deep Security Manager

  • Logging into the Deep Security ManagerWeb consoleRack Awareness 

3. DeepSecurity Agent

  • Deep Security Agent

  • Deep Security Agent architecture

  • Installing Deep Security Agents

  • Adding computers

  • Activating Deep Security Agents

  • Upgrading Deep Security Agents toRelays

  • Distributing software and securityupdates

  • Viewing computer protection status

  • Organizing computers using SmartFolders 

4. Policies

  • Creating policies based on RecommendationScans

  • Creating new policies from scratch

  • Policy inheritance and overrides

  • Common objects 

5. ProtectingServers From Malware

  • Enabling Anti-Malware protection

  • Anti-Malware scanning techniques

  • Viewing Anti-Malware-related events

  • Reviewing identified files

  • Smart Scan

6. BlockingMalicious Web Sites

  • Enabling Web Reputation

  • Setting the security level

  • Viewing Web Reputation-related events

7. FilteringTraffic Using Firewall Rules

  • Enabling the Deep Security Firewall

  • Firewall Rules

  • Traffic Analysis

  • Rule order of analysis

  • Stateful and pseudo-stateful filtering

  • Port scanning

  • Viewing Firewall-related events

8. ProtectingServers From Vulnerabilities

  • Virtual Patching

  • Protocol Hygiene

  • Protocol Control

  • Web Application Protection

  • Enabling Intrusion Prevention

  • Running Recommendation Scans

  • Intrusion Prevention rules

  • SSL filtering

  • Protecting Web applications

9. DetectingChanges to Protected Servers

  • Enabling Integrity Monitoring

  • Running Recommendation Scans

  • Detection changes to the baselineobject

  • Event tagging

  • Viewing Integrity Monitoring-relatedevents

10. BlockingUnapproved Software

  • Enforcement Modes

  • Enabling Application Control

  • Detecting software changes

  • Creating an inventory of approvedsoftware

  • Viewing Application Control-relatedevents

11. InspectingLogs on Protected Servers

  • Enabling Log Inspection

  • Running Recommendation Scans

  • Viewing Log Inspection-related events

12. Loggingand Reports

  • Enabling diagnostic logging

  • Creating diagnostic packages

  • Event forwarding

  • Reporting

  • Filtering report data

13. Activatingand Managing Multiple Tenants

  • Enabling Multi-Tenancy

  • Creating tenants

  • Managing tenants

  • Activating Deep Security Agents ontenants

  • Usage monitoring

14. DetectingEmerging Malware Through Connected Threat Defense

  • Connected Threat Defense requirements

  • Deep Discovery Analyzer

  • Trend Micro Control Manager

  • Integrating Deep Security intoConnected Threat Defense

15. ProtectingVirtual Machines Using the Deep Security Virtual Appliance

  • Agentless protection

  • Deploying Deep Security in VMWare ESXienvironments

  • Configuring Affinity settings

  • Virtual Appliance deployment



Who Should Attend

This course is designed for IT professionals who are responsible for protecting users, networks, data centers and cloud resources from data breaches and targeted attacks.

The individuals who will typically benefit from the training course include:

  • System administrators
  • Network engineers
  • Support engineers
  • Integration engineers
  • Solution & security architects


There are no prerequisites to attend this course, however, a working knowledge of Trend Micro products and services, as well as an understanding of basic networking concepts and principles will be helpful.

Basic knowledge of the following topics is also beneficial:

  • Windows servers and clients
  • Firewalls and packet inspection devices
  • VMware ESXi / vCenter / NSX
  • Amazon AWS / Microsoft Azure / VMware vCloud
  • Virtualization technologies


Course Certifications

Trend Micro Certified Professional for Deep Security


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