Course Overview

Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower® Threat Defense NGFW (FIREPOWER200) is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on course offered by Cisco® Learning Services. This course is part of a portfolio of security courses designed to help businesses support and maintain their Cisco Firepower Threat Defense systems.

This lab-intensive course introduces you to the basic next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS) and next-generation firewall (NGFW) security concepts. The course then leads you through the Cisco Firepower system. Among other powerful features, you become familiar with:

  • Firepower Threat Defense configuration
  • In-depth event analysis
  • NGIPS tuning and configuration

You also become familiar with the latest platform features: file and malware inspection, security intelligence, domain awareness, and more.

CLASS INFORMATION
Price: 
$4,000
Duration: 
5 days
Version: 
2.0
Learning Credits: 
40
  • After completing this course, you should be able to:

    • Describe the Cisco Firepower Threat Defense system and key concepts of NGIPS and NGFW technology
    • Describe how to perform the configurations tasks required for implementing a Cisco Firepower Threat Defense device
    • Describe how to implement quality of service (QoS) and Network Address Translation (NAT) by using Cisco Firepower Threat Defense
    • Perform an initial network discovery using Cisco Firepower to identify hosts, applications, and services
    • Identify and create the objects required as prerequisites to implementing access control policies
    • Describe the behavior, usage, and implementation procedure for access control policies
    • Describe the concepts and implementation procedure of security intelligence features
    • Describe Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Networks and the implementation procedure of file control and advanced malware protection
    • Implement and manage intrusion policies
    • Explain the use of network analysis policies and the role of preprocessor technology in processing network traffic for NGIPS inspection
    • Describe and demonstrate the detailed analysis techniques and reporting features provided by the Cisco Firepower Management Center
    • Describe key Cisco Firepower Management Center system administration and user account management features
    • Describe the processes that can be used to troubleshoot Cisco Firepower Threat Defense systems
    • Module 1: Cisco Firepower Threat Defense Overview
    • Module 2: Cisco Firepower System Setup
    • Module 3: QoS and NAT Implementation
    • Module 4: Cisco Firepower Discovery
    • Module 5: Access Control Policy Prerequisites
    • Module 6: Implementing Access Control Policies
    • Module 7: Security Intelligence
    • Module 8: AMP for Networks Malware Protection
    • Module 9: Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems
    • Module 10: Network Analysis Policies
    • Module 11: Detailed Analysis Techniques
    • Module 12: System Administration
    • Module 13: Cisco Firepower Threat Defense Troubleshooting
    • Lab 1: Connect to the Lab Environment
    • Lab 2: Navigate the Cisco Firepower Management Center GUI
    • Lab 3: Device Management
    • Lab 4: Implementing QoS and NAT
    • Lab 5: Configuring Network Discovery
    • Lab 6: Implementing an Access Control Policy
    • Lab 7: Implementing Security Intelligence
    • Lab 8: AMP for Networks Malware Protection
    • Lab 9: Implementing NGIPS
    • Lab 10: Performing Detailed Analysis
    • Lab 11: System Administration
    • Lab 12: Cisco Firepower Troubleshooting

  • Cisco recommends that you have the following knowledge and skills before taking this course:

    • Technical understanding of TCP/IP networking and network architecture
    • Basic familiarity with firewall and IPS concepts
  • This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to deploy and manage a Cisco Firepower NGIPS and NGFW in their network environments.

    Targeted roles include:

    • Security administrators
    • Security consultants
    • Network administrators
    • System engineers
    • Technical support personnel
    • Channel partners and resellers