This course is three days of instructor-led training that will help you to:
Successful completion of this instructor-led course with hands-on lab activities should enhance the student’s understanding of how to activate a Cortex XDR instance; create agent installation packages to install the Cortex XDR agents; create security policies and profiles to protect endpoints against multi-stage, fileless attacks built using malware and exploits; respond to attacks using response actions; understand behavioral threat analysis, log stitching, agent-provided enhanced endpoint data, and causality analysis; investigate and triage attacks using the incident management page of Cortex XDR and analyze alerts using the Causality and Timeline analysis views; use API to insert alerts; create BIOC rules; and search a lead in raw data sets in Cortex Data Lake using Cortex XDR Query Builder.
Participants must be familiar with enterprise security concepts.
Cybersecurity analysts and engineers, and security operations specialists
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