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PASESA - Channel Partner Securing Email with Cisco Email Security Appliance

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Objetivo

Channel Partner Securing Email with Cisco Email Security Appliance (PASESA) 2.x é um curso com carga horária de dois dias (16 horas), para capacitar os participantes nas atividades de instalação, configuração, administração e suporte no produto ESA (Email Security Appliance), com aplicação em projetos abrangendo desde redes pequenas (Small-Business) até as de médio porte.


Após completar este treinamento o aluno estará apto à:
• Descrever o produto Cisco ESA;
• Instalar o produto Cisco ESA;
• Administrando o produto Cisco ESA;
• Controlar o domínio de remetentes e destinatários;
• Controlar SPAM, com os recursos Cisco SensorBase e AntiSpam;
• Usar os recursos Anti-Vírus e “Outbreak Filters”;
• Estabelecer as políticas de email;
• Usar os recursos para filtragem de conteúdos;
• Usar os recursos de DLP (Data Loss Prevention);
• Integração com LDAP;
• Utilizar autenticação e criptografia;
• Descrever uma solução “Clustering”.

Público Alvo

O público primário são os profissionais de canais parceiros Cisco que demandam conhecimentos para instalar, operar, administrar e realizar suporte em uma solução Cisco ESA. Esse curso também é indicado para a preparação dos engenheiro de campo (Field Engineers) de canais parceiros Cisco na realização do exame de certificação (650-153 ESFE).

Requisitos

Para maior aproveitamento é recomendado que o aluno tenha conhecimentos básicos do modelo TCP/IP, e desejável experiência em administração e suporte de sistemas de correio eletrônico (email), com o protocolo SMTP e extensões MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) para formatos de mensagens.

Conteúdo

Course Introduction
• Overview
• Course Goal and Objectives
• Course Flow
• Additional References
• Your Training Curriculum

Reviewing the Cisco ESA
• Cisco Security Management Appliance (SMA)
• SMTP conversation
• Terms and definitions
• Pipeline
• Licensing

Performing and Evaluating
• Various scenarios based on a lab topology design and implement the Cisco ESA.

Installing the Cisco ESA
• System architecture
• Concept of the listener
• Various network topologies
• Instructor will demonstrate the installation of both the Cisco ESA and Cisco SMA

Administering the Cisco ESA
• Create and customize reports
• Use message tracking
• Administer the Cisco ESA, including the following actions:
— Shutdown
— Reboot
— Suspend
— Upgrade
— Rollback
• Manage log files using FTP
• Create and use administrator accounts
• Instructor will demonstrate the Cisco ESA by connecting to the Cisco SMA for centralized tracking and reporting.

Controlling Sender and Recipient Domains
• Explain the differences between the Host Access Table (HAT) and the Recipient Access Table (RAT)

Controlling Spam with Cisco SensorBase and Antispam
• Discuss Cisco SensorBase and the antispam engine
• Make adjustments to the HAT and the antispam policies
• Manage the spam quarantine both locally or using the Cisco SMA
• Instructor will demonstrate configuring spam quarantine from the Cisco ESA to the Cisco SMA


Using Antivirus and Outbreak Filters
• Compare the two signature-based antivirus engines with outbreak filters
• Configure antivirus and outbreak filter policies
• Adjust antivirus and outbreak filter policies

Using Mail Policies
• Separate enterprise groups with different filtering requirements.

Using Content Filters
• Content filters
• How to apply filters to policies
• The use of filters to match specific words in message bodies and attachments
• Dictionaries, footers, and best practices

Preventing Data Loss
• Describe the RSA data loss prevention (DLP) engine
• Prevent the loss of sensitive data in outbound email through the use of the RSA DLP engine

Using LDAP
• Configure LDAP to control the flow of email
• Configure LDAP to enforce user access polices

Using Authentication and Encryption
• Configure Transport Layer Security (TLS) to encrypt email
• Configure the Cisco ESA to work with Cisco Registered Envelope Service (RES) to encrypt mail
• Use Sender Policy Framework (SPF) to authenticate email

Clustering
• Create a clustered environment
• Manage a clustered environment


Laboratórios

• Lab 1-1: Access Lab
• Lab 2-1: Plan the Cisco Email Security Appliance
• Lab 3-1: Install Your Cisco Email Security Appliance
• Lab 4-1: Perform Administration
• Lab 5-1: Test Your Listener Settings
• Lab 6-1: Defending Against Spam with SensorBase and Antispam
• Lab 7-1: Defend Against Viruses
• Lab 8-1: Customize Mail Policies for Your End Users
• Lab 9-1: Enforce Your Business Policies in Email Delivery
• Lab 10-1: Configure DLP
• Lab 11-1: Configure LDAP Accept
• Lab 11-2: Configure SMTP Call-Ahead
• Lab 11-3: Accommodate Multiple Domains Using LDAP Accept Bypass and Domain Assignments
• Lab 11-4: Control Mail Policies with LDAP Group Queries
• Lab 12-1: Configure Envelope Encryption
• Lab 12-2: Encrypt Email with TLS
• Lab 13-1: Configure Clusters

Carga Horária: 16 horas

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