Securing Your Email with Cisco IronPort C-Series Part I (SYE1) - CISCO

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Tipología Curso
Lugar México
Horas lectivas 16h
  • Curso
  • México
  • 16h

Objetivo del curso: This course provides a thorough foundation for how to successfully install, configure, and administer Cisco IronPort email security appliances. Extensive lab exercises provide attendees with skills for installing, configuring and administering Cisco IronPort email security appliances. At the end of the course, attendees will possess a working knowledge of how to use Cisco IronPort email security appliances to successfully manage and troubleshoot email traffic entering and leaving the enterprise network. Destinatarios del curso: Enterprise messaging managers and system administrators Email system designers and architects Network managers responsible for messaging implementation


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Av. San Lorenzo 1009. Col. Del Valle, 03100, Ciudad de México (Distrito Federal), México
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· Requisitos

It is assumed that attendees possess the following background knowledge and skills: A moderate knowledge of TCP/IP fundamentals, including IP addressing and subnetting, static IP routing and DNS. Experience with Internet-based messaging, including SMTP, Internet message formats, and MIME message format. Familiarity with command line interface (CLI) and graphical user interface (GUI). Previous experience with email security would be helpful.

Programa académico

1. Introduction and System Overview

  • SMTP Overview
  • IronPort Security Appliances
  • C-Series Hardware
  • AsyncOS Architecture
  • AsyncOS MTA Platform
  • ESA Hardware Options
  • ESA Feature Key Options
  • Email Pipeline Filters
  • Processing Email (Work Queue)
  • Email Pipeline
  • Operation of a Listener
  • Network Topologies

2. Tracking and Reporting Messages

  • Configure and Use Localized Message Tracking
  • Configure and Use Localized Reporting
  • Configure and Use Centralized Email Reporting
  • Configure and Use Centralized Email Tracking
  • Perform a System Setup of a Security Management Appliance
  • Configure M-Series for Tracking and Reporting Messages

3. Controlling Sender and Recipient Domains

  • Listeners Overview
  • Configure Public and Private Listeners
  • Configure SMTP Routes
  • Use Senderbase Reputation Scores (SBRS) to Manage Mail
  • Host Access Table
  • Recipient Access Table
  • Use Mail Debugging Tools
  • Troubleshooting with Mail Logs

4. Controlling Spam with SenderBase and Anti-Spam

  • The SenderBase Network
  • Adjust SenderBase Reputation Scores (SBRS)
  • Configure and Use IronPort Anti-Spam (IPAS)
  • Configure the IronPort Spam Quarantine
    • Quarantining Spam on the ESA
    • Quarantining Spam on the SMA
  • Safelist Blocklist
  • Configure Bounce Verification
  • Use the Security Management Appliance for Off-Box Quarantining

5. Using Anti-Virus and Virus Outbreak Filters

  • Anti-Virus (AV)
    • AV Overview
    • Enabling AV Scan Engines
    • Recommended Practices
    • Actions Performed on Attachments
    • Virus Reports
  • Virus Outbreak Filters (VOF)
    • VOF Overview
    • Zero Hour Outbreak Scenario
    • How VOF Stops Zero Hour Outbreaks
    • Managing VOF
    • VOF Reports

6. Using Mail Policies to Direct Business Email

  • Email Security Manager
  • Mail Policies
  • User-Based Policies
  • Use Message Tracking to Monitor Message Splintering

7. Using System Quarantines and Delivery Methods

  • Quarantine Overview
  • Create and Manage System Quarantines
  • Perform Searches of Quarantine Contents
  • Configure Bounce Profiles
  • Set Delivery Limits
  • Configure Virtual Gateways

8. Using Content Filters for Specific Business Needs

  • Content Scanning and Content Filters
  • Basic Content Filter Configuration
  • Detect Password-Protected/Non-Protected Attachments
  • Create Weighted Content Matching
  • Use Smart Identifiers
  • Implement Matched Content Visibility
  • Content Filter Applications and Best Practices

9. Encrypting Outbound Email

  • Provision with the Cisco Registered Envelope Service (CRES)
  • Associate a Content Filtering Rule with an "EncryptAction
  • Register a CRES Envelope Recipient
  • Set Up Encryption on the C-Series Appliance

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