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

During the three days, students will learn the features, components, and key integrations that enable the AP-WEB functionalities; how to administer policies, handle incidents, upgrade and manage and assess the health of the AP-WEB system. Students will develop skills in creating web policies, 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:    
  • Understand the TRITON AP-WEB
  • Components and Architecture
  • Understand common deployment topologies
  • Configure TRITON Manager
  • Understand delegated administration
  • Learn to update and upgrade AP-WEB
  • Understand Policy and filter basics
  • Perform policy planning tasks
  • Create effective web policies
  • Understand exception management
  • Understand different user management methods
  • Configure user identification and policy enforcement
  • Create notifications and Alerts
  • Understand report types and utilization
  • Create various reports
  • Understand system health alerts and usage monitor
  • Understand system disaster recover procedures
  • Learn how to respond to incidents

Topics:        
TRITON AP-WEB Overview, Features, and Benefits
a) TRITON APX Overview
b) Features
c) What?s New in 8.0

2) TRITON AP-WEB Components and Architecture
a) Web Filter and Security
b) Management
c) Logging/Reporting
d) Integration

3) Sample Deployments and Best Practices
a) Deployment Types and Comparison
b) Appliance Overview
c) Sample Deployments



4) TRITON Manager
a) TRITON Manager Basics
b) Delegated Administration

Day 2
1) Licensing
a) Subscription Keys

2) Updates / Upgrades
a) Server Component and Appliance Upgrade
b) Upgrade Resources Best Practices

3) Policy Management
a) Policy and Filter Basics
b) Policy Planning and Creation
c) Exception Management
d) Best Practices

4) User Management
a) User Accounts Overview
b) Off-site User Management
c) User Identification and Policy Enforcement
d) Best Practices

Day 3
1) Notifications
a) Alerting Basics
b) Best Practices

2) Reports
a) Report Basics
b) Report Interpretation
c) Best Practices

3) System Health and Logs
a) Health Alerts and Usage Monitor
b) Best Practices

4) Disaster Recovery
a) Backup and Restore
b) Best Practices

5) Incident Response
a) Issues and Best Responses

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

Length:        3 days