McAfee Host Data Loss Prevention Essentials — A 4-day course
Please note that this course is no longer available. Please see our Training Homepage for currently available courses.
McAfee Host Data Loss Prevention (DLP) safeguards sensitive information through a series of device protection, tagging, and reaction rules. The device protection and tagging rules are used to mark, track, and control sensitive information. Reaction rules define the action taken when attempts are made to connect physical devices and transfer or transmit sensitive information. The McAfee University Host Data Loss Prevention Essentials course enables attendees to receive in-depth training on the tools and expertise you need to design, implement, configure and troubleshoot DLP.
McAfee training Courses allow customers to get more from their products faster.
- Fully understanding a product enables optimal configuration allowing maximum protection to an organization.
- Quicker migration to reduces time spent paying for legacy solutions
- Administrators can become more efficient enabling them to spend less time managing the day to day running of their infrastructure.
When deploying any new product there is the risk of disrupting business continuity. Providing training to administrators can significantly reduce the risk of mis-configuration could have resulted in:
- Reduced System Security.
- System Downtime impacting productivity and revenue
- System performance issues including reduced resilience and scalability
- Delays and additional costs in implementing
McAfee Education provides instructor-led classroom training and practical hands-on exercises to ensure administrators attending can understand and successfully deploy and manage McAfee products from a single centralized management solution.
The cost and risk of system downtime is not easy to quantify but can be very significant depending on a company's dependence on its IT infrastructure to create revenue. Any mis-configured security product can result in reduced protection increasing the vulnerability to attack and impacting system performance.
At the end of this course attendees should understand the capabilities of McAfee's solution and have the capability of installing McAfee Host Data Loss Prevention.
It is recommended that the students should have a working knowledge of Windows administration, System Administration concepts, a basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of viruses and anti-virus technologies
This course has been retired and is no longer available.
Module 1: Security Risk Management with ePolicy Orchestrator
Module 2: Review of ePO
Module 3: The Dashboard & User Permissions
Module 4: Policy Management in ePO
Module 5: Repositories, Server Extensions, and Package
Module 6: The McAfee Agent
Module 7: DLP Architecture
Module 8: DLP Features
Module 9: DLP Installation
Module 10: DLP Licensing
Module 11: DLP Configuration
Module 12: DLP User Assignments
Module 13: DLP Device Protection
Module 14: DLP Content Protection
Module 15: DLP Application
Module 16: Tagging Rules and Reaction Rules
Module 17: DLP Reporting
Module 18: DLP Maintenance
Module 19: DLP Troubleshooting
All topics are supported by hands-on exercises specifically designed to increase knowledge retention. Classroom exercises provide hands-on experience needed to install, configure, and manage McAfee products centrally via ePolicy Orchestrator.