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Trend Micro Deep Security 10 for Certified Professionals

In this course participants will learn how to use Trend Micro™ Deep Security for advanced serversecurity of physical, virtual and cloud-based computers. 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 in a virtual lab environment, deploy agent endpoint 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 incorporates a variety of hands-on lab exercises allowing participants to put the lesson content into action.

Course Contents

• Installation, deployment and configuration
• Administration
• Threats landscape
• Integration with VMware technologies
• Agent-based and Agent-less
• Performance and sizing
• Deployment
• Amazon AWS-, VMware vCloud- and xSP

 In this course, each student will receive the Trend Micro course documentation which is also available as a Trend Micro e-Kit.

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Target Group

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.

Knowledge Prerequisites

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

Participants are required to bring a laptop computer with a screen resolution of at least 1980 x 1080 or above; a display size of 15" or above is recommended.