Forcepoint Triton AP-EMAIL Course 201 (WT-AP-EMAIL)

During the two days, you will learn the features, components, and key integrations that enable the APEMAIL functionalities; how to administer policies, handle incidents, upgrade, manage and assess the health of the AP-EMAIL system. You will develop skills in creating email policies, configure email encryption, incident management, reporting, and system architecture and maintenance.

Target audience:        
  • End-User/Customers: System administrators, network security administrators, IT staff
  • Channel Partners: Sales Engineers, consultants, implementation specialists

Prerequisites:    None

Objectives:    
  • Describe the key capabilities of AP-EMAIL
  • Understand the required and add-on components of AP-EMAIL
  • Understand multiple deployment scenarios
  • Perform initial setup configurations
  • Configure connection level controls and message properties
  • Create policies to fulfill various organization needs
  • Understand the difference between various block/permit lists
  • Configure email DLP policies
  • Configure and customize PEM portal
  • Understand email encryption methods
  • Run and interpret reports and configure logs
  • Understand how to upgrade the system and disaster recovery procedures

Topics:        
1)TRITON APX overview

2) AP-EMAIL overview and what?s new

3) Understanding the deployment
a) V-series appliance
b) Network interfaces
c) Required components
d) V-series modules
e) Hardware resources
f) Internal daemons and components
g) Communication points with external services

4) Getting started with AP-EMAIL
a) Fundamental email security concepts: protected domain and email relay
b) Setting up AP-EMAIL
c) Setting up users
d) Setting email routing

5) Traffic
a) Message processing flow
b) Setting connection controls
I. Connection properties
II. RBL & WRS





c) Configuring message properties
I. Message size, volume
II. Recipient validation
d) True source IP detection
e) Managing message queues

6) Policies
a) Configuring policies
I. Policy components and flows
II. Policy directions
III. Policy conditions
IV. Rules
b) Built-in DLP
I. DLP integration
II. Registering with data security
Server

Day 2
1) Users
a) Working with users
I. Enabling PEM
II. End user block/permit list
III. IP list comparison

2) Advanced Configurations
a) Hybrid
b) Sandbox
I. URL Sandbox
II. File sandbox
III. Phishing education
c) Traffic shaping
d) Enforce TLS

3) Maintenance
a) Reporting
I. Configuring log DB options
II. Log server
III. Reporting preferences
IV. Presentation reports
V. RTM
b) System administration & maintenance
I. Managing appliances
II. Delegated administrator accounts
III. Back up and restore


Certification  requirements:    
  • Completion of all course sessions
  • Configured lab exercises
  • Certification exam (multiple choice)

Length:        2 days