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Overview
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence, or simply IGI, is an appliance-based integrated identity governance solution. This solution employs business-centric rules, activities, and processes. It empowers Line of Business managers, auditors, and risk managers to govern access and evaluate regulatory compliance across enterprise applications and services.

This lab provides a real business user experience. You imitate a day in the life of a Line of Business manager, who uses IGI to manage accesses for his team members.

Feel free to explore each of the applications in depth and work with the data in any way you like. This is a live and fully functional Identity Governance environment, with many sample user records, roles, and risk definitions.

The Identity Governance and Intelligence user interface is divided into two areas. The Administration Console is reserved for administrators, while the Service Center is where the applications for business users are contained. In this lab we use the Service Center only.

Objectives

  • Overview of the Service Center
  • Working on pending requests
    • Submitting a request
    • Evaluating, approving or rejecting requests as a user manager
    • Verifying the new role
  • Requesting roles for team members
    • Requesting a role for a team member
    • Evaluating and approving requests
    • Verifying the new role
  • Certification campaigns
    • Evaluating running certification campaigns
    • Redirecting evaluation to another reviewer
    • Tracking progresses
    • Generating certification campaign reports

This video series introduces the IBM QRadar advanced search capability using the Advanced Query Language, or AQL. 

Part 1 - Quick Filter and UI Searches

Part 2 - AQL Introduction

Part 3 - Where, Group, Having, Order

Part 4 - Counting

Part 5 - Ref Set, Assets and UBA

Part 6 - Health Metrics and X Force

Part 7 - More Health Metrics and API calls

Part 8 - Payload, Indexed and Regex Searches

Overview

The Resilient Incident Response Platform makes incident response efficient and compliant utilizing a knowledge base of incident response best practices, industry standard frameworks, and regulatory requirements.


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In this demonstration, you learn how to set up Android Enterprise device owner mode in MaaS360. Device owner mode applies to the entire device; whereas, profile owner mode has separate work and personal profiles on one device.

In this video, you learn how to integrate and approve apps from Google Play for Work in the MaaS360 App Catalog and distribute them to Android Enterprise devices.

Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some practices you can use to manage mobile devices on the MaaS360 platform.

This video is a technical demonstration in which IBM Resilient and Carbon Black Response detect, respond, and remediate a live security incident. This integration is part of the long standing strategic partnership between Carbon Black and IBM.

Duration: 13 minutes
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Overview

This course covers 4 common scenarios that demonstration of how the Resilient Incident Response Platform can be used to

  • Automate the escalation and collection of data
  • Manage a ransomware attack
  • Deal with a data breach involving an inside actor
  • Accelerate your Response to Phishing Attacks
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Overview

You can configure the Resilient platform to send audit log messages to the Resilient client.log file and to Syslog, if you have set up and configured Syslog. This video will show you how easy it is to set up.

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This course demonstrates how to configure SMTP notifications for IBM Resilient. Resilient sends email notifications to users for various purposes and Resilient must use an SMTP server to send these messages.


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Overview

This video demonstrates how to configure syslog to run on an IBM Resilient server.


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Overview

This video shows examples of creating graphs of incidents over time on the Resilient Analytics dashboard, including

  • Graph incidents by severity
  • Graph time to close by severity
  • Average time to close by severity over time
  • Average time to close by type

The video closes by demonstrating some other examples of graphs:

  • The number of incidents created per month for each user
  • The number of incidents created per month per city
  • Top trend incident category in last 90 days
  • Open incident by severity in last 30 days
  • Top incident category in last 30 days
  • Incident by type in last 90 days
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Custom log sources enable QRadar SIEM to normalize events from raw logs that have been received from various source types. These events must be parsed, normalized, and correlated into offenses to alert you to suspicious activities. Based on a business scenario, you will learn how to perform each step in the process of creating custom log sources.

 


Reports in IBM QRadar SIEM condense data to statistical views on your environment for various purposes, in particular to meet compliance requirements. In this lab, you run an a report from an existing template, then create a new report based on a saved search, and finally create a new report from a new search.

WinCollect is a syslog event forwarder that collects Windows-based events from local and remote Windows-based systems and sends them to QRadar for processing and storage. In this video you learn about the two different WinCollect deployment models and how to manage them.

Using the table of contents menu in the video you can navigate to each one of these topics individually, or you can explore the content altogether:

  • WinCollect overview
  • WinCollect deployment models
  • Installing and configuring a managed deployment
  • Generating an authentication token
  • WinCollect agent GUI installation
  • WinCollect agent command line installation
  • Upgrading all WinCollect agents to V7.2.8
  • Troubleshooting a faulty WinCollect installation


With indicators of compromise or concern, you specify which activities you consider suspicious. Derive indicators from threat modeling while considering which kind of data QRadar SIEM can use to test for indicators. This course addresses the following topics:

  • Getting started with threat modeling
  • Using observables for indicators
  • Using context for indicators
  • Using external data for indicators 


In this video you learn how to integrate MaaS360 with Apple's Device Enrollment Program (DEP) to streamline the enrollment of institutionally owned devices. This course contains English, French, German, and Spanish language closed captions.

In this Open Mic, presented live at Think 2018, MaaS360 System Architect Matt Shaver shares device management tips, tricks, and best practices to ready your organization for the future with MaaS360.

The videos in this course serve as a quick start for getting ISAM running inside of a Docker environment.

The following topics are covered:

  • Docker Overview
  • Installing Docker
  • Obtaining ISAM Docker Images
  • Running ISAM Docker Containers

In this Getting Started session, you get an introduction to Android Kiosk Mode and learn about two different styles of kiosk management for Android using MaaS360: Device Admin and Android Enterprise Tool Set.

In this Getting Started session, you learn how to create and upload APNS certificates, how to enroll devices using Apple's DEP and VPP programs, how to configure security policies, and more. 

In this Open Mic session, you learn how to streamline app login for end users when you integrate MaaS360 and Cloud Identity. IBM experts Matthew Shaver and Adam Case review MaaS360 and Cloud Identity architecture, desktop and mobile workflows, and browser deployment patterns. They also demonstrate how to enable Cloud Identity in the MaaS360 Portal, configure Cloud Identity, and configure GSuite on mobile.

In this Open Mic session, you learn how to get started with the MaaS360 Cloud Extender. The session discusses prerequisites and includes live demonstrations of enabling, installing, configuring, and backing up the Cloud Extender.

In this Open Mic session, you are introduced to the main features of MaaS360. The lecture also covers configuring MaaS360 devices, users, device inventory, security policies, and apps.

In this Open Mic session, you learn how to navigate the MaaS360 Portal like a pro. Vlad Ilca discusses what changed in the new Portal UI and demonstrates the main Portal features such as Devices, Users, Security, Docs, and Reports.

Overview

Resilient Incident Response Platform is a central hub for incident responses that helps make incident response efficient and compliant. The platform is based on a knowledge base of incident response best practices, industry standard frameworks, and regulatory requirements.

The Resilient platform implements incident responses through the use of dynamic playbooks. A dynamic playbook is the set of rules, conditions, business logic, workflows and tasks used to respond to an incident. The Resilient platform updates the response automatically as the incident progresses and is modified.
In this course, you learn the Resilient basic concepts, platform architecture, and will review a demonstration of the installation process.

Objectives

  • Learn the value of IBM Resilient
  • Review the introduction video to the IBM Resilient platform
  • Learn the IBM Resilient Platform architecture
  • Learn about necessary prerequisites
  • Review the installation process
  • Describe the value of dynamic playbooks
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Listen to one of MaaS360's subject matter experts quickly walk you through how to configure  MaaS360  for unified endpoint management (UEM). You will learn the key components to get you started managing all of your devices.

The IBM Security App Exchange is a collaborative platform that can help integrate and utilize the collective knowledge of security professionals through code sharing.  The App Exchange offers enhancements and integration between IBM Security products, and can include other security vendors, such as Trend Micro, Cisco, Qualys, and so on.
The majority of the security integration offerings today is available for the IBM® QRadar® product line.  The IBM Security App Exchange provides an expanded hub of QRadar content. IBM QRadar provides a RESTful API that allows access to the QRadar resources and data.

This lab guide demonstrates the tools that can help you to develop new apps for QRadar.  You can use two type of tools for your app development:

  • QRadar App Editor
  • QRadar SDK

The labs are using IBM QRadar Community Edition, or IBM QRadar CE.


In this video, you learn how coalescing works in IBM QRadar. 

The Microsoft Security Event Log over MSRPC protocol is a possible configuration for QRadar to collect Windows events without the need of a local agent on the Windows host. The protocol leverages Microsoft's implementation of DCE/RPC, which is commonly referred to as MSRPC. The MSRPC protocols offers agentless, encrypted event collecting that provides higher event rates than the default "Microsoft Windows Security Event Log" protocol, which uses WMI/DCOM for event collection.

This video demonstrates how to configure a Microsoft Security Event Log over MSRPC Log Source.

This video explains how to configure a new TLS Syslog log source in IBM QRadar.

WinCollect 7.2.5 enables TLS v1.2 communication from the agent. However, network scans will show QRadar vulnerabilities due to listening and accepting for older TLS connections from WinCollect Agents. This server-side Console procedure informs administrators how to disable older TLS protocol options.

In this video, you learn how to configure, use, and monitor shared privileged accounts using PIM V2.1. You first set up shared credentials, credential pools, shared access policies and approval workflow. Then, you use the shared credentials and the privileged session recorder playback console.

The server discovery function uses the Asset Profile database to discover different server types that are based on port definitions. Then, you can select the servers to add to a server-type building block for rules. 

The server discovery function is based on server-type building blocks. Ports are used to define the server type. Thus, the server-type building block works as a port-based filter when you search the Asset Profile database.

Using properly defined servers and host definition building blocks will allow for improved QRadar tuning, and to avoid false positives.

In this video, you learn how to perform server discovery and manage host definition building blocks.


QRadar Log Source management can be very time consuming, especially if you have to manage a large number of log sources. By using the QRadar Log Source Management App bulk editing capabilities, you can save a substantial amount of time. In this video, we explain and demonstrate how you can best utilize bulk editing when you have to apply changes to many log sources at one time.

When you install a QRadar WinCollect managed agent, you can run into either an authentication or a communication problem. In this video you learn how to troubleshoot this type of situation.

This video discusses the HTTP transformation rules with IBM Access Manager. Topics covered include what are transformation rules, how they are configured, and, how to troubleshoot the rules. In addition, information on how to download example rules is included. 

This video describes the whys and wherefores of Identity Governance, starting with the "pain chain" of the gaps between auditors, business managers and IT when it comes to answering the question, "does an employee have the proper access privileges to perform duties per our company's policy?" The video explains key capabilities such as access certification, role mining and modeling, separation of duties and access risk analytics. These capabilities are provided by IBM Identity Governance. The video concludes with a role play of a company that's failed an audit and must address that failure within a 6 month window.

IGI leverages on the Enterprise Connectors application to align its data with the peripheral target systems.

This course demonstrates how to achieve data alignment between the centralized database of IBM Security Identity Governance, and peripheral target systems. The first part of the video focuses on configuring a connection with a peripheral target system, while the second part demonstrates account creation and removal on a remote Active Directory domain.

Overview

Certification campaigns are a formal process that automates the periodic review of a relationship, and enables critical access decisions by nontechnical line-of-business managers.

This video shows how administrators configure certification campaigns to satisfy the company's business needs, and how business users (campaign reviewers and supervisors) operate and interact during a certification campaign.

Overview

This course demonstrates how to use IBM Identity Governance and Intelligence to manage users, and user accounts, on the CyberArk Privileged Account Security server.

The first part of the course focuses on installing the adapter and configuring a connection with a CyberArk server, while the second part demonstrates some relevant adapter features, like user and account creation, entitlement management, account suspension, password change, and finally, user deletion.

Overview

IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence (IGI), is an appliance-based integrated identity governance solution. This solution employs business-centric rules, activities, and processes. It empowers line-of-business (LOB) managers, auditors, and risk managers to govern access and evaluate regulatory compliance across enterprise applications and services.

Objectives
This lab provides a brief tour of the available applications to help you become familiar with the IGI user interface.

  • Tour of the Administration Console
  • Tour of the Service Center
  • Access Governance Core
  • Managing the exchange of data
    • Loading data by using the Bulk Data Load tools
    • Loading data by using the Enterprise Connectors
  • Role lifecycle management
    • Exploring roles
    • Exploring role mining
  • Access risk control modeling
  • Certification campaigns
  • Reporting
  • Automating tasks
  • Tour of the Virtual Appliance console

Overview: The Identity Governance and Intelligence, or IGI, Rules Development Toolkit is a project for the Eclipse Java IDE, designed to assist the IGI administrator in developing and troubleshooting Java rules for IGI.

This video demonstrates how to download, install, execute and use the IGI Rules Development Toolkit.

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Overview
IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence (IGI), is an appliance-based integrated identity governance solution. This solution employs business-centric rules, activities, and processes. It empowers line-of-business (LOB) managers, auditors, and risk managers to govern access and evaluate regulatory compliance across enterprise applications and services.

Objectives
This lab provides a brief tour of the available applications to help you become familiar with the IGI user interface.

  • Tour of the Administration Console
  • Tour of the Service Center
  • Access Governance Core
  • Managing the exchange of data
    • Loading data by using the Bulk Data Load tools
    • Loading data by using the Enterprise Connectors
  • Role lifecycle management
    • Exploring roles
    • Exploring role mining
  • Access risk control modeling
  • Certification campaigns
  • Reporting
  • Automating tasks
  • Tour of the Virtual Appliance console

In this session presented live at Think 2018, we review the framework built to leverage IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) REST APIs using Python/Ansible to fully automate all changes to ISAM. This provides an overview for new customers and assists those who are already leveraging this approach.

Identity Governance & Intelligence Free 45-Day Trial

This roadmap is designed to guide an IGI trial user through key administration and business user tasks such as role lifecycle management, managing SoD and other risks, running access certification campaigns and managing reports.

 

Make sure to register for the free 45-day trial of Identity Governance & Intelligence on the product marketplace page.


Overview

This course shows you how to import the Resilient license, a necessary step before the Resilient platform can be used. There are two ways to accomplish this task, both of which are shown in the video.

Agenda:

    • Transferring the Resilient license file
    • Importing the Resilient license file
    • Verifying the license import was successful
    • A second method of importing the license
    • Verifying the status of the Resilient license

    This course has been bookmarked to aide navigation and contains English language closed captions.

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    Overview

    This course contains 6 videos that cover various topics important to understand when installing and configuring the IBM Resilient Appliance.



    Agenda
    • Configuring SSL/TSL certificates
    • Importing the Resilient License Key
    • Updating the Resilient Appliance Software
    • Installing optional packages
    • Setting the time zoneSMTP Email configuration
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    This video demonstrates how to install QRadar Advisor with Watson and how to perform the initial setup. The video covers the prerequisites needed for the app and all settings relevant to the new configuration.

    In this video, you will learn how to enable Android Enterprise using a free single-user Gmail account. This requires domain verification.
    Android Enterprise is a service that must be enabled in the MaaS360 portal. If you use an Android device platform, Google and IBM MaaS350 recommend that you use Android Enterprise for your deployment, as opposed to traditional Device Administrator-based deployments.

    In this course, you learn how to integrate IBM Cloud Identity Essentials with IBM MaaS360.

    The videos walk you through the steps to integrate IBM MaaS360 with IBM Cloud Identity Essentials in order to enable seamless single sign-on for mobile devices and desktops.

    In this training module, you learn how to integrate IBM MaaS360 and Microsoft Azure AD for user authentication and user visibility. User authentication enables devices to enroll in MaaS360 using corporate credentials. User visibility enables you to leverage existing corporate users and groups for policy assignment, and application, and document distribution.

    Attach scripts to custom rules to do specific actions in response to network events. Use the Custom Action window to manage custom action scripts. Use custom actions to select or define the value that is passed to the script and the resulting action.


    This video provides a brief demonstration of IBM Security Identity Manager (ISIM) v7.0.0.2 administration. It has three parts. The first part includes administrative tasks such as managing organizational structure, roles, users, services, policies, and approvals. The second part teaches you how to use ISIM as an end user to request an access and approve the request as a manager. The third part demonstrates Active Directory integration exercises.

    In this video, you will learn how you can set up federated directories to connect to your Active Directory, then enable native Kerberos Single Sign-On to allow IBM Access Manager to single sign on to Microsoft® systems.


    Stateful tests in rules, which are configured as local, are evaluated by the CRE instance that receives the events and flows. Stateful tests in rules, which are configured as global, are evaluated by the CRE instance on the Console. In this course you learn about both of these options, which allows you to make an informed decision on whether to configure a rule as local or global. This course addresses the following topics:

    • Configuring rules as local or global
    • Examining the effects on rules with only stateful tests
    • Examining the effects on rules with only stateless tests
    • Examining the effects on rules with both stateful and stateless tests
    • Examining the effects on rule responses
    • Considering pros and cons

    Overview

    The Resilient platform logs various client and server activity in log files, located in the following directory: /usr/share/co3/logs/ This video will show you how to configure logging on the Resilient platform.


    Duration: 4 minutes

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    This video provides a broad overview of how you can use the MaaS360 App Catalog. It covers how to add apps to the catalog, view app distributions, customize your app catalog, manage featured apps, create app bundles, and set catalog settings.

    In this video, you learn how to build the MaaS360 App Catalog with Windows Store apps, enterprise universal apps, Enterprise Window Installers (.msi), and Windows executable (.exe) apps. You also learn how to distribute these apps to Windows devices

    Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some best practices you can use to manage Android mobile devices.

    Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some practices you can use to manage Apple mobile devices.

    Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some Cloud Extender best practices you can use to manage your mobile devices.

    This video provides a broad overview of how you can use the MaaS360 Content Library to host and distribute documents to your end users. You learn how to add documents and folders to the MaaS360 Content Library.

    IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this training, you learn how to enroll devices, manage devices using device inventory, and review compliance and history.

    In the first part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management course series, you learn about enrolling iOS and Android devices, device policies, and distributing apps and documents to mobile devices.

    In the second part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) course series, you learn about configuring container, or workplace persona policies, bulk enrollment workflows, and how you can integrate Active Directory with Cloud Extender.

    In the third part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management course series, you are introduced to  Artificial Intelligence (AI) insights in My Advisor with Watson and contextual analytics. Identity and access management, or Cloud Identity Connect (CIC) is explained as well as in depth details on the Cloud Extender Configuration Tool. 

    IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. MaaS360 supports both single-customer organization accounts and multitenant hierarchy accounts. Hierarchy accounts enable IBM Business Partners to cobrand and manage the MaaS360 service for many tenants. This module provides an introduction to the MaaS360 multitenant architecture and supported hierarchies for various delivery models that can be exploited by service providers, resellers, and distributors. You learn how to set up a multitenant hierarchy account, navigate the portal using a hierarchy account, and provision and manage your tenants. Duration: 2 hours


    IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this training, you learn troubleshooting techniques that you can use to solve common problems that might occur.

    Describe the IBM MaaS360 Support model
    Open a support case with IBM MaaS360 Support
    Enable debug and send logs to IBM MaaS360 Support
    Troubleshoot native and secure mail issues
    Reset device and MaaS360 passcodes
    Troubleshoot basic policy issues
    Remediate issues with lost devices
    Remediate issues with jailbroken and rooted devices

    In this course you learn how to implement MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) for Windows devices, using modern API management.  You learn how to configure services and enroll Windows 10 devices, configure Windows MDM policies, build and distribute a MaaS360 App catalog with Windows apps, and create  Maas360 alerts and configure compliance rules.

    In this Open Mic presentation, you find out how to manage MaaS360 users and groups in Active Directory / LDAP environments, local user and group workflows, and private and public groups. This session also covers GDPR considerations for users and groups and deployment settings.

    Matthew Shaver

    This video highlights the difference in four account types that can be used for your organization account, also called your MaaS360 portal account. Mobile Device Management (MDM),  Secure Productivity Suite (SPS) only, Mobile Application Management (MAM), and Mixed mode accounts are reviewed.

    In this Open Mic session, you learn all about leveraging MaaS360 and TeamViewer to make remote support even better with Attended and Unattended Access. In this session you also learn about the TeamViewer global footprint, credentials, and security, integrating MaaS360 and TeamViewer, iOS remote screen sharing, and TeamViewer mobile device add-ons. 

    This session was held on August 28, 2018.

    You can set some apps to install silently with no need for user intervention. In this video, you learn how to get four Windows app types from the MaaS360 App Catalog and install them.

    In this Open Mic session, Matthew Shaver shares MaaS360 enrollment tips, tricks, and best practices. You learn about the various enrollment types such as unique one-time passcodes, local user credentials, corporate Active Directory integration, and two-factor authentication. Enrolling devices using the web URL and Enroll On Behalf Of methods are also discussed. Use the table of contents to access the following topics in the presentation.

    Conventional mobile device management (MDM), enterprise mobile management (EMM), and unified endpoint management (UEM) solutions lack the ability to discover and prioritize the areas that have the most meaningful impact on your organization. Instead, they rely on you and your team to self-discover risks and opportunities related to your endpoints, their users, apps, content, and data. IBM MaaS360 with Watson Advisor takes a cognitive approach to UEM. This course introduces you to MaaS360 with Watson Cognitive Insights.

    In this Open Mic session, you learn about MaaS360 privacy resources. You discover where to view and how to hide personally identifiable information (PII) in MaaS360, where to find helpful MaaS360 privacy documentation and resources, and the implications of GDPR for MaaS360 administrators and end users.

    In this demonstration, as a MaaS360 administrator, you learn how to add Android devices from the Quick Start, enroll them using a one-time passcode, and review them in Device Inventory. 

    This video shows how to add content and content sources to the MaaS360 Content Library that can be distributed by administrators and accessed by device users. This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to set up the MaaS360 App catalog for Macs.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to to set up the MaaS360 app catalog with Android for Work apps, and distribute them to devices. 

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this video you learn how to wrap an iOS and Android enterprise app with MaaS360 WorkPlace Persona policies. You test the DLP policies on the device.

    In this video you learn about the AppConfig community and how you can add an app to the MaaS360 App catalog that was developed using AppConfig community guidelines.

    Learn MaaS360 application management tips and tricks in this interactive session led by Matt Shaver, System Architect for MaaS360. Matt demonstrates how to manage public and enterprise apps from the portal and how to customize the app catalog as well as best practices for smooth distributions and advanced settings for iOS and Android. After his demonstration, Matt also answers questions about app management from the audience.

    In this video you learn how to build an enterprise App catalog that can be distributed to devices.

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    Jesus LaTorre-Socas, Senior Technical Engineer for MaaS360, walks through implementation and basic troubleshooting around certificate integration in a live demo. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask Jesus their questions about certificate integration.

    In this video you learn how to  set up health check alerts in the MaaS360 portal for different Cloud Extender services. Alerts can be sent to specified email addresses or phone numbers.

    In this video, you learn tips and tricks regarding the installation, configuration, and testing of the Maas360 Cloud Extender.  The Maas360 Cloud Extender is a lightweight program that is used to integrate with your corporate resources, such as corporate directory services, mail environments, and certificate authorities. 

    In this video, you learn how to collect logs to send to IBM support for troubleshooting. You also learn how to enable and disable verbose logging.

    In this video, you learn how to collect logs from an iOS device to send to IBM Support for troubleshooting. You also learn how to enable and disable verbose logging.

    In this video you learn how to configure Cloud Extender's Auto-Quarantine for IBM Traveler managed devices. If you have an Exchange mail server, the procedure is the same except for a few differences in the Cloud Extender Settings. You also learn how to identify and manage quarantined devices using the MaaS360 portal.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to enable and configure User Visibility and User Authentication using the Cloud Extender Configuration Tool and the MaaS360 portal.  The advanced LDAP configuration for Active Directory is used to import users and groups, and to enable authentication using corporate credentials.

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this  how to video series, you learn how to enable and configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender Exchange integration module for Microsoft Exchange 2010. Enabling and configuring Enterprise Email integration allows you to import devices from existing cloud and on-premise mail environments into MaaS360 for Unified Endpoint Management.

    This video series shows you how to configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender Certificate Integration module to integrate with an on-premise Microsoft CA. You also learn how to prepare NDES and certificate templates before configuring the Cloud Extender.


    In this demonstration, you learn how to configure the MaaS360 VPN which provides direct access from your mobile devices to behind the firewall corporate resources. The MaaS360 VPN is a downloadable module of the Cloud Extender.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to configure Gateway and Secure Browser settings in the WorkPlace Persona policy, configure Content Sources, and access Gateway integrated resources from a device. On the device, MaaS360 Docs and the Secure Browser are used to access resources.

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this video you learn how portal administrators can enable the End User Portal. You learn how users can take advantage of the End User Portal to complete self help actions on their own devices.

    In this video, you learn to configure departmentalization in the MaaS360 portal to allow portal administrators to manage devices and content for specific groups.

    In this video, you learn to configure the basic deployment settings in the MaaS360 portal that are required to begin managing and enrolling devices.

    In this video you learn to configure Mobile Content Management services, enable WorkPlace Persona settings, and configure Document Settings to control the security and distribution of corporate content.

    In this  demonstration you learn how to configure the Maa360 Cloud Extender’s Enterprise Gateway to use identity certificates for gateway authentication. Identity certificates are delivered to mobile devices that enroll in MaaS360 and that are assigned a policy with a certificate template configured. Identity certificates can be used for WIFI, VPN, email, and enterprise gateway authentication.  This demonstration focused on enterprise gateway authentication. If you are interested in learning how to set up the Certificate Integration module, review the How To video, Configuring MaaS360 Certificate Integration with a Microsoft CA.


    In this demonstration, you learn how to set up the Apple Push Notification service (APNS) certificate that is required for MDM providers to manage Apple devices.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to manually and automatically create portal administrators. Administrators can be configured to log in to the portal using MaaS360 Local Credentials or corporate credentials. The demonstration covers both.

    In this video you learn how to clean up old device records from MaaS360 and mail servers.

    Apps can be distributed as they are added to the MaaS360 app catalog or afterwards to a specific device, group of devices, or all devices. This course demonstrates the various ways you can distribute apps to end-users. 

    This course contains German, French, Japanese, and English language closed captions.

    In this video you learn how to configure and use document sync to synchronize local documents across devices.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to configure the Mobile Enterprise Gateway in relay mode on a standalone server for demonstration and evaluation purposes. Gateway clusters and direct mode settings are also reviewed to prepare you for a production implementation.

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this demonstration you learn how to enable Cloud Extender dependent services, download Cloud Extender from the MaaS360 portal, and request a license key. You also review the Cloud Extender Scaling Tool. You use the Scaling Tool to size and identify the number of Cloud Extenders you need and which can have shared services.

    In this video you learn how to enroll an Android device on behalf of a device user.

    In this video you learn how to enable and use the new feature Enroll on behalf. Enroll on behalf is enabled by an administrator in the portal. Multiple administrator accounts can be designated to enroll devices on behalf of device users. Therefore, as an administrator, if you are setting up devices for your users, you can enroll each of the devices on behalf of the user, by using your credentials. An Android enrollment is demonstrated.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to enroll an Android device. This scenario demonstrates the Android enrollment where an administrator generates an enrollment request with a one time passcode for a local user.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to enroll an iOS device. This scenario demonstrates the iOS enrollment where an administrator generates a unique enrollment request with a one time passcode for a local user.

    In this video you learn how to use MaaS360 portal reports and workflows to find the apps that are installed on each device. You also learn to find installed and pending install apps on an iOS device.

    In this video you learn how to integrate with G Suite for enterprise mail integration.

    MaaS360 Help Desk agents perform many functions that help to prevent escalations and efficiently resolve problems. In this interactive session, Matt Shaver, System Architect for MaaS360, gives a detailed overview and demonstration of the Help Desk role, provides answers to commonly asked Help Desk questions, discusses when to escalate issues, and more. After his demonstration, Matt answers audience questions about the Help Desk role

    In this Open Mic, you'll learn how to get started with Android Enterprise. Matt Shaver, System Architect for MaaS360, begins with an overview of the benefits of Android Enterprise, then demonstrates how to set up Android Enterprise, how to set up profile and device owners, and how to enroll users. He also takes questions about Android Enterprise from the audience.

    Learn about installing the Cloud Extender and cleaning up directory services in this interactive session led by Matt Shaver, System Architect for MaaS360. Matt discusses and demonstrates how to deploy Cloud Extender for directory services, manage users and groups, maintain and clean up user visibility, and manage local users in MaaS360. After Matt's demonstration, he answers audience questions about Cloud Extender and directory services.

    In this demonstration, you walk through the installation of the Cloud Extender core and launch the Cloud Extender Configuration Utility. The demonstration assumes you already downloaded the Cloud Extender package and requested a license key. Review the how to video MaaS360: Enabling and downloading the Cloud Extender first. 

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this how to video series, you learn how to enable and configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender Exchange integration module for Microsoft Exchange 2013. Enabling and configuring Enterprise Email integration allows you to import devices from existing cloud and on-premise mail environments into MaaS360 for Unified Endpoint Management.


    Learn strategies for managing Apple devices using MaaS360 UEM in this webinar led by MaaS360's System Architect, Matt Shaver. Matt reviews the current state of device enrollment program (DEP) and volume purchase program (VPP), then gives a live demonstration of new iOS 11 management features and MacOS management practices.

    This videos reviews new web based enrollment for macOS MDM devices. This new web enrollment is part of the MaaS360 unified enrollment experience.

    More and more organizations are providing smartphones and tablets to help employees get things done. While Secure Container can protect sensitive information, it has become increasingly necessary for organizations to treat the entire device as a secure asset, requiring strict MDM controls. MaaS360 incorporates advanced MDM features for both iOS and Android to get the most out of devices designed with the consumer as top priority. In this session, you learn advanced management techniques for iOS and Android and get a sneak peek of Cloud 10.60.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to create local users and local groups and associate existing users with the new group. The alternative to adding local users and groups in the portal, is to integrate MaaS360 with your corporate directory service using the Cloud Extender, and automatically import users and groups. The previous version of this course contains German, French and Spanish language closed captions.

    In this video you learn how to create a device group and compliance ruleset to automatically manage unenrolled devices that were imported from mail servers by the Cloud Extender.

    In this video, you learn how portal administrators can reset the device passcodes for iOS and Android devices. You also learn how users reset the MaaS360 container/app passcode.

    In this video, you learn how to access corporate cloud content and Content Library documents using the MaaS360 Docs App. You also learn how different secure content settings can affect what you are able to access and export from the MaaS360 container.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to set up a 30 day MaaS360 trial account using an IBM ID. If you do not have an IBM ID, you create one as part of the process. Use the trial account to evaluate MaaS360, and when you are ready, it can be set as your production account without any rework.  

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this video, you learn how enabling different services affect what persona policy options are available for configuration. You learn the different persona policy settings and how they are used to secure corporate content on mobile devices.

    This course contains German and French language closed captions.

    In this video you learn how policies are assigned: default, manual, groups, dynamic, precedence. You also learn how to identify policies that are assigned to devices.

    In this video you learn how to enable the TeamViewer service in the portal, initiate a session between the administrator and user's device, and use TeamViewer to view the user's device for troubleshooting purposes.

    In this Open Mic presented live at Think 2018, Matt Shaver of IBM and Gene Trinks of Google discuss leveraging the Android Enterprise Tool Set with MaaS360 for Android device management. They discuss using Android in the Enterprise and perform a live demo that leverages Android Enterprise with MaaS360.

    This video is a demonstration of enrolling Windows 10 Pro in mobile device management.

    In this video, you learn how to configure a standard home screen layout on iOS supervised devices. This is supported on iOS 9.3+.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to activate the MaaS360 container on an iOS device. Secure Productivity Suite (SPS) activation delivers the MaaS360 container on the device which secures your corporate content without the added MDM device restrictions.

    In this demonstration, you learn how to navigate the MaaS360  collaborative apps for mail, calendar, and contacts on an iOS device.

    In this video we talk about how to enhance and manage the detection capabilities of our IBM QRadar SIEM solution to better adapt to changes in your IT environment and the threat landscape.

    •     Defining rules
    •     Introducing the QRadar rules engines
    •     Enabling rules
    •     Duplicating rules
    •     Editing rules
    •     Creating rules
    •     Navigating rule groups

    Overview

    The Resilient Incident Response Platform has been updated to incorporate the new data breach notification requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This video demonstrates these enhancements by walking through how notifications would be handled during a ransomware attack at a hospital where personal data was exposed.

    Closed captions: English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese

    In this Open Mic session, you learn tips and tricks for managing kiosk devices with MaaS360 and see demonstrations of iOS App Lock, iOS whitelists and blacklists, MaaS360 Kiosk Launcher, Android Enterprise Toolset and COSU Kiosk mode, and more. Also, hear questions and answers about kiosk devices from the live audience.

    Matthew Shaver

    In this course, you learn how to integrate IBM MaaS360 and Microsoft Office 365 for unified endpoint management of devices that are accessing corporate email. 



    In this Open Mic session, Matthew Shaver shows you how to leverage new features in iOS 12 to better manage and maintain your iOS devices with MaaS360. If you are interested in changes to the Security policies, make sure to view Security policy changes. It covers many different policies.

    Use the table of contents to access the following topics in the presentation.

    Welcome & agenda
    MaaS360 & iOS 12 overview
    DEP enrollment (Apple Business Manager/Apple School Manager)
    Non-DEP manual enrollment
    MacOS enrollment
    Security policy changes
    Devices/Device Inventory changes
    Q&A

    Matt Shaver

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to manage logs in the IBM Resilient appliance. This includes how to configure logging, audit logging and syslog.




    Agenda

    • 1. Log configuration
    • 2. Configuring audit logs
    • 3. Configuring syslog

    Duration: 8 minutes

    Closed captions: English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese

    In this training module, you learn how to configure the auto-quarantine settings in the Cloud Extender policy to manage new devices. You also learn how to push the MaaS360 Secure Mail client to new devices with a Workplace Persona Policy as part of the enrollment process.

    Overview

    This course covers aspects of managing users and groups in IBM Resilient such as creating users using the Resilient user-interface or by using terminal commands and how to reassign incidents and tasks to a different user.



    Agenda

    1. Creating a user using using the UI
    2. Creating a user using terminal commands
    3. Reassigning incidents and tasks
    4. Enabling LDAP authentication
    5. Enabling LDAP users in groups and deleting LDAP users
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    In this session, MaaS360's System Architect Matt Shaver answers client questions live at Think 2018. Questions on the following topics were asked. 

    • Android Enterprise Tool Set 
    • Knox Mobile Enrollment with Android Management 
    • Supervised Android devices 
    • Separating access by platform 
    • Android Enterprise adoption 
    • Windows 10 laptop management 


    The MaaS360 portal provides one uniform view for managing all of your devices, content, and apps. In this video, you learn to navigate the IBM MaaS360 portal home page. 

    This video provides a replay of the IBM QRadar Open Mic: "Optimizing QRadar Advisor with Watson" that was hosted on 08 June 2017. The following topics are addressed in this one-hour video:

    • Intro
    • Announcements
    • QRadar tuning review
    • QRadar Advisor with Watson pre-requisites
    • QRadar Advisor with Watson best practices
    • User Interface
    • Getting help

    In this video, you learn how to create building blocks and how they differ from QRadar custom rules. You will be able to leverage building blocks for their typical purposes of reducing complexity and resource consumption, facilitating reuse of functionality and information, as well as reflecting your organization's IT environment.

    A new offense has been observed in QRadar SIEM. Based on the limited amount of captured netflow data the analyst cannot come to a conclusive result. By initiating a full incident forensics investigation with QRadar Incident Forensics the analyst is able to uncover several suspicious activities involving emails and extensive chat.

    Jonathan Pechta and Chris Fraser from QRadar Technical Support deliver this Open Mic LIVE at the 2018 Think conference that focuses on discussing the new features available in QRadar 7.3.1.

    In this four-part video, we explain how QRadar Advisor with Watson can empower Security Analysts by reducing critical time for investigations and at the same time enriching the findings using the information discovered by Watson.

    The first video describes three different investigation methods using QRadar Advisor:

    • Manual
    • Automatic
    • Re-Investigation.
    The second video covers the Watson tab in the QRadar console by exploring the three analytical stages that can be used with QRadar Advisor with Watson:
    • Local
    • Watson Insights
    • Expanded Local Context
    The third video demonstrates how to use the Watson knowledge graph, and shows details related to malware execution and blocking. The video also explains the export feature and covers the STIX standard.

    Finally, a real-world use case demonstration of a user related investigation shows how QRadar Advisor with Watson is being used to shorten the investigation and response times when it really matters.

    In this four-part course you learn the fundamental details of QRadar Advisor with Watson.

    The first video provides background information about cognitive computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI), and how QRadar Advisor with Watson fits into that space. Then the video explains how IBM Watson is used in cyber security and, specifically, in QRadar.

    The second video explains typical responsibilities of the security analyst job role. Then, it explains how those security analysts can use QRadar Advisor with Watson to assist them in their threat analysis and investigation.

    The third video describes standard terminology and the individual components of QRadar Advisor with Watson, and how they can be utilized.

    Finally, a real-world use case demonstration of a user related investigation shows how QRadar Advisor with Watson is being used to shorten the investigation and response times when it really matters.

    Understanding the architecture of the IBM QRadar ecosystem is viable for everyone in IT Security who is concerned with solutions within the security immune system. By learning how the central Security Intelligence components are designed to take in and process log events and flow data, you will be better equipped to holistically work as a Security Analyst with IBM QRadar. This course includes three videos:

    1. QRadar functional architecture and deployment models
    2. QRadar SIEM component architecture
    3. Dissecting the flow of a captured event

    This Open Mic video first explains the different cloud deployment architecture models for IBM QRadar and then spends some time to discuss the installation procedures for various cloud offerings. Take a look at the overall agenda:

    • Third Party Cloud Vendors
    • AWS Deployment Architecture Examples
    • Azure Deployment Architecture Examples
    • Installing QRadar in AWS Today
    • Installing QRadar CE in AWS
    • Installing QRadar in AWS (Soon)
    • Instance Log Ingestion from Auto-Scaling Groups
    • Resources

    In this set of videos, we provide you with an overview of the IBM QRadar Deployment Architecture.

    • Part one talks about the different QRadar appliance models and explains how they can be used in a variety of deployment architectures.
    • Part two investigates how to deploy QRadar in remote locations. It also introduces the concepts of high availability, disaster recovery, and deployment options in virtual environments.
    • Part three explains deployment options in cloud-based environments. 
    • The final part compares deployment options for VMware and QRadar on the Cloud (QRoC)

    In this video series, we investigate various Ransomware, phishing, and malware attack use cases in QRadar.

    • Stopping Ransomware in its tracks
    • Discover Hidden Malware with QRadar
    • QRadar and Bigfix Stop Ransomware
    • Using QRadar and X-Force Exchange to protect against WannaCry ransomeware attack

    QRadar collects network activity information, or what is referred to as "flow records".  Flows represent network activity by normalizing IP addresses, ports, byte and packet counts, as well as other details, into "flows", which effectively represent a session between two hosts. QRadar can collect different types of flows, which differ greatly in the collected details. In this video series, we explain and demonstrate the differences between the following network flow capture mechanisms:

    • Cisco Netflow
    • QRadar QFlow
    • QRadar Network Insights (QNI)

    The capacity of a deployment is measured by the number of events per second (EPS) and flows per minute (FPM) that IBM QRadar can collect, normalize, and correlate in real time. The event and flow capacity is set by the licenses that are uploaded to the system. In this video, you learn about the features of managing the license event and flow capacity.

    • Define functions of event and flow processing capacity, such as shared license pool, capacity sizing, and internal events
    • Define burst handling

    This IBM Security Support Open Mic video explains how QRadar uses log source protocols to collect event data, capturing configuration properties, error messages, and other use cases for data collection.

    Objectives:

    • Events FAQ and terminology
    • Listening protocols (Syslog)
    • Polling protocols (JDBC / Log File)
    • Tips and performance Suggestions
    • Specialty protocols (APIs)
    • Questions and discussion

    QRadar administration encompasses many different tasks. The high availability course provides information about the following topics:

    • Adding and removing an HA host
    • Setting an HA host back online

    QRadar administration encompasses many different tasks. The installation and upgrade management course provides information about the following topics:

    • QRadar Installations and Upgrades - Best Practices Open Mic (2014)
    • Replacing a QRadar Console in your deployment
    • Replacing a Managed Host in your deployment (non-HA)
    • Installing a QRadar content pack from IBM Fix Central
    • Performing a QRadar v7.3 software installation on your own appliance
    • Performing a clean install of QRadar v7.3
    • Upgrading to QRadar v7.3
    • Upgrading QRadar Appliances in parallel
    • Migrating a console to a new QRadar appliance with the same IP address
    • YUM vs RPM Installation commands in QRadar
    • How to mount an ISO image using IMM


    Use the representational state transfer (REST) application programming interface (API) to make HTTPS queries and integrate QRadar with other solutions. In this series of videos you learn how to make best use of the QRadar API. 

    The QRadar SIEM Analyst has to perform many different tasks when it comes to the investigation of offenses, events, and flows. In this video series you learn about the following topics: - Detecting fraud and account takeover - Detecting communication to a malicious Command & Control Server - Detecting a remote scan followed by attempts to login - Detecting multiple Login Failures to Compliance Server - Detecting Chat to a malicious Site - Detecting UDP scan in flows from an IBM XGS Network Security appliance - Detecting phishing e-mails - Detecting awakening dormant Accounts - Detecting Fraud from a URL with Keyword from a bad IP - Detecting jailbroken iPhones using QFlows - Detecting insider threat - USB inserted and bad website visited

    You can enhance the Windows log collection capability by using a publicly available tool called System Monitor (Sysmon). In combination with QRadar SIEM you can now process much more detailed events to protect your deployment from malicious attacks.

    This course contains the following video lessons:

    • Sysmon Introduction 
    • Use Case 1 - Malicious File Injection and Execution 
    • Use Case 2 - In memory attack 
    • Use Case 3 - Base64 encoded data obfuscation 
    • Use Case 4 - Hiding behind a common Windows service process 
    • Use Case 5 - Malicious file injection using encrypted HTTPS 
    • Use Case 6 - Detecting Other Libraries
    • Use Case 7 - Privilege Escalation Detection
    • Use Case 8 - More Privilege Escalation Detection
    • Use Case 9 - Even More Privilege Escalation Detection
    • Use Case 10 - Creating an Admin Account
    • Use Case 11 - Detecting Name Pipe Impersonation
    • Use Case 12 - Detecting Mimikatz
    • Use Case 13 - Sysmon Lateral Movement Detection, Example One
    • Use Case 14 - Sysmon Lateral Movement Detection, Example Two
    • Use Case 15 - Sysmon Lateral Movement Detection, Example Three
    • Use Case 16 - Sysmon Detecting BadRabbit
    • Use Case 17 - Sysmon and Watson chasing BadRabbit

    Two major capabilities of QRadar SIEM are to integrate with many other solutions and platforms, and to provide an API platform that can be utilized to build powerful extensions. 

    In this video series we focus on the QRadar extension capabilities. We address the following topics: 

    • QRadar App Exchange Foundations
    • QRadar App Development and Troubleshooting (Open Mic)
    • Installation and configuration of the Incident Overview App
    • Configuration of the X-Force Threat Intelligence feed

    Every QRadar SIEM Analyst has to master basic investigations skills. In this video series you learn about the following topics: 

    • Using flexible Searches to narrow down your investigations 
    • Finding Anomalies
    • Monitoring internal Log Sources

    When working with custom QRadar Log Sources, you often have to deal with collected information that falls outside the standard normalized data, and this data might be considered important. The Custom Properties are a way to collect this information and use it for your ongoing for your investigations.

    QRadar administration encompasses many operational tasks. In this video series you can learn more about the following topics:

    • Installation and Upgrade Management  
    • High Availability
    • System Configuration
    • Assets
    • Data Sources 
    • Plug-Ins
    • LDAP Authentication Group Based 
    • Authorized Services 


    This IBM Support Open Mic video covers topics around QRadar software updates and a best practice admin checklist.

    • Before you begin 
    • Patch and upgrade checklist 
    • Firmware 
    • Troubleshooting
    • Reference

    This video series provides insight to troubleshooting activities for your IBM QRadar deployment.

    • System Notifications and Error Messages (Open Mic)
    • Understanding and troubleshooting IO errors when searching in QRadar
    • How to use tcpdump for troubleshooting in QRadar
    • Collecting QRadar System Logs
    • QRadar Dynamic Systems Analysis

    The QRadar SIEM Troubleshooting Tools course contains the following videos:

    • The QRadar SIEM Troubleshooting Tools: Introduction to Log Files Part 1 and Part 2 provides an overview of the various log files available and when to use the each log file for troubleshooting.
    • The QRadar SIEM Troubleshooting Tools: get_logs shows you how to collect logs for troubleshooting. It also details how to use some of the logs in troubleshooting QRadar issues

    In this video, a panel of IBM QRadar experts talk about tuning QRadar, focusing on the following:

    • Network hierarchy
    • Host definition building blocks and reference data
    • Server discovery
    • QRadar content extensions
    • Tuning methodology
    • False positive rules

    This video provides an overview of the QRadar UBA application architecture. You learn about UBA concepts, such as the senseValue variable, risk scores, and the IBM Sense DSM. The video also shows how QRadar rules are connected to UBA, and how to access the UBA docker container and application logs.



    This video series explains the installation and configuration of QRadar User Behavior Analytics (UBA), as well as the Reference Data Import and Machine Learning apps. The last video covers the TLS setup between the Reference Data Import app and the LDAP Directory Server.



    In this video, Jose Bravo demonstrates how to use QRadar Vulnerability Manager to prioritize vulnerability remediation work in a typical enterprise.

    In this QRadar WinCollect Troubleshooting Open Mic video, you will learn about the following topics:

    • About WinCollect
    • Managed vs standalone deployment
    • Troubleshooting tuning issues 
    • Error messages 
    • General WinCollect troubleshooting 
    • Troubleshooting with IBM Support 
    • Q&A
    This Open Mic session was recorded on 21 September 2018.

    In this QRadar Open Mic you learn about domains and tenants, and how these concepts are implemented and used. You also hear about tips and other helpful information for QRadar administrators.

    To properly understand and use the capabilities of QRadar SIEM beyond the basic concepts, it is important to learn about assets. In this course, you learn how assets can be discovered and then dynamically updated by QRadar, including network information, running applications and services, active users, and vulnerabilities.

    With IBM QRadar SIEM, you can monitor and display network events in real time or perform advanced searches.

    The Log Activity tab displays event information as records from a log source, such as a firewall or router device. Use the Log Activity tab to do the following tasks:

    • Investigate events that are sent to QRadar SIEM in real time
    • Search events
    • Monitor log activity by using configurable time-series charts
    • Identify false positives to tune QRadar SIEM

    In IBM QRadar SIEM, you can investigate the communication sessions between two hosts.

    If the content capture option is enabled, the Network Activity tab displays information about how network traffic is communicated and what was communicated. Using the Network Activity tab, you can do the following tasks:

    • Investigate the flows that are sent to QRadar SIEM in real time
    • Search network flows
    • Monitor network activity by using configurable time-series charts

    IBM QRadar uses the network hierarchy objects and groups to organize network activity and monitor groups or services in your network.

    When you develop your network hierarchy, consider the most effective method for viewing network activity. The network hierarchy does not need to resemble the physical deployment of your network. QRadar supports any network hierarchy that can be defined by a range of IP addresses. You can base your network on many different variables, including geographical or business units.

    In this course, you learn about the following Network Hierarchy fundamentals:

    • Part 1 - Network Hierarchy Basics 
    • Part 2 - Structuring your Network Hierarchy
    • Part 3 - Keeping the Network Hierarchy Updated

    In this video, you learn about how QRadar rules perform tests on events, flows, or offenses. If all the conditions of a test are met, the rule generates a response.

    QRadar SIEM includes rules that detect a wide range of activities, including excessive firewall denies, multiple failed login attempts, and potential botnet activity. 

    The following list describes the two rule categories:

    • Custom rules perform tests on events, flows, and offenses to detect unusual activity in your network
    • Anomaly detection rules perform tests on the results of saved flow or event searches to detect when unusual traffic patterns occur in your network

    The Fictional Insurance Company is planning to deploy a centralized Security Intelligence solution that can tie in with many of their IT infrastructure components.

    Here, they are investigating the topic of vulnerability management and learn about IBM QRadar Vulnerability Manager (QVM).

    James, an IBM Security Intelligence Architect, meets with Kate, the CISO of The Insurance Company, to explain to her the fundamentals behind an enterprise vulnerability management program.

    James explains that vulnerability management is part of a continuous enterprise IT security risk process. He focuses on vulnerabilities in an IT context and takes a close look at the security intelligence timeline. In the context of an overall IT Risk Management program he illustrates environmental influence factors. Finally, he demonstrates how vulnerabilities are ranked and filtered using IBM QRadar Vulnerability Manager.

    The Fictional Insurance Company is planning to deploy a centralized Security Intelligence solution that can tie in with many of their IT infrastructure components.

    Here, their Lead IT Security Architect is investigating the topic of vulnerability damage potential and risk scoring.

    James, an IBM Security Intelligence Architect, meets with Paul, the Lead IT Security Architect of The Insurance Company, to investigate the metrics behind the Common Vulnerability Scoring System and to describe, how The Insurance Company can use QVM to rank vulnerabilities inside their organization, so that their security analysts can focus on the most important assets first. 

    The Fictional Insurance Company is planning to deploy a centralized Security Intelligence solution that can tie in with many of their IT infrastructure components.

    James, an IBM Security Intelligence Architect, meets with Paul, the Lead IT Security Architect of the Insurance Company, and Julie, the SOC Lead Analyst, to illustrate the purpose and core capabilities of QRadar Vulnerability Manager, including scan and vulnerability management.

    The Fictional Insurance Company is planning to deploy a centralized Security intelligence solution that can tie in with many of their IT infrastructure components.


    James, an IBM Security Intelligence Architect, meets with Paul, the Lead IT Security Architect of the Insurance Company, to investigate the component and deployment architecture of QRadar Vulnerability Manager. This information will help Paul to better plan the necessary distributed QVM deployment for his organization.

    Overview

    This course covers backup up and restoring the Resilient application for on-premise customers running Resilient version 27.2 or higher. These procedures will backup and restore all user data in the appliance including the Resilient database, file attachments and the keyvault file.

    Closed captions: English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese

    Overview

    The keyvault stores all passwords used within IBM Resilient. If the keyvault were lost, it would result in a considerable loss of data. For that reason, the Resilient platform runs a backup of keyvault files to the system database anytime passwords are added or removed and after each system upgrade. This course shows how to use the resutil keyvaultrestore command to restore keyvault files from the system database.

    Duration: 4 minutes

    Closed captions: English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese

    Overview

    Configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) Certificates in the IBM Resilient Appliance is not difficult. The Resilient Appliance ships with a self-signed certificate but, for optimal security, it is recommended you obtain a certificate from a trusted authority. This course details the steps necessary to obtain and install an SSL or TLS certificate.

    Duration: 4 minutes

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to create a new workspace in IBM Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course shows you how to create global or workspace roles in IBM Resilient.

    Global roles define a set of permissions that apply across the organization.
    Workspace roles define a set of permissions for specific workspaces only.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to create new users using resutil terminal commands


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    Overview

    This course covers the creation of new users using the Resilient user interface as well as the assignment of roles and groups.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to "defang" your URLs in IBM Resilient to help assure users do not inadvertently click on malicious links.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to delete and existing workspace in IBM Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to delete a role from within IBM Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to delete or deactivate a user from Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to set up LDAP authentication for IBM Resilient including a discussion of prerequisite work that must be completed first.


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    Overview

    When creating a Resilient group, you can link the group to any LDAP group. The result is that members of that LDAP group who are also members in the authorized group are added to the Resilient group. Any membership changes in the LDAP group are reflected automatically in the Resilient group. This feature allows you the flexibility to create numerous groups for specific tasks or duties.

    Duration: 9 minutes

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    Overview

    This course describes how to encrypt a keyvault password in IBM Resilient. The keyvault password is stored as an unencrypted file by default but can be encrypted using gpg to protect it and decrypted whenever needed.

    Closed captions: English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese

    Overview

    This course describes the external network access needed by Resilient to function properly.

    Duration: 2 minutes

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    Overview

    This short course describes the difference between Global and Workspace roles.

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    Overview

    Users with the required permission can create and edit wiki pages from within the application. This enables organizations to add important information, guidelines, and reference material for the Incident Response team and wikis can be used as part of incident response process. The wiki feature is useful as a central repository for storing content, references, and guidelines to support users working on incidents and tasks. Users can link to existing wiki pages from incident and task notes and other wiki pages.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to install the Resilient appliance using an OVA file.

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    Overview

    This course discusses keyvaults, keystores and secrets within IBM Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course covers LDAP Authentication and the use of LDAP Trees within IBM Resilient.


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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to migrate organizational settings by importing and exporting them from one organization to another.

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    Overview

    Use the notifications feature to alert users when a specific condition occurs for an object. A condition can be anything you choose, such as object creation or deletion, or a change in value to a field. An object can be an incident, note, milestone, task, attachment, or artifact.

    Through substitution you can insert into the body of the notification, information about the object and its parent to provide additional information. The available objects are incident, note, milestone, task, attachment, and artifact. You can reference the parent (incident or task) of the object, and any custom fields of that parent object.

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    Overview

    This course describes how to view and request changes to your organization details within Resilient.

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    Overview

    >This course reviews the organizational settings that can be made on your Resilience instance, such as

    • Session Timeout
    • Attachments
    • Default Tasks
    • Incident Deletion
    • LDAP Authentication
    • Two-Factor Authentication
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    Overview

    A role is a specific set of permissions, which you can assign to users and groups. The Roles tab allows you to define and manage roles. You can assign multiple roles to a user, which gives the user a super-set of all the permissions in the roles.

    This course reviews the predefined roles on the IBM Resilient appliance and provides caution regarding changing critical administrative roles.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to reassign incidents and tasks to new owners in Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course provides an overview of available permissions categories when specifying roles for your IBM Resilient users.

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    Overview

    This course demonstrates how to set the time zone on the IBM Resilient Appliance.

    Duration: 3 minutes

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    Overview

    When artifacts are added to incidents, the Resilient platform can optionally search for those artifacts in several cyber threat sources that have been integrated into the product. This course demonstrates how to enable and disable threat sources in Resilient.

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    Overview

    This course covers Two-Factor Authentication with IBM Resilient.

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    Overview

    This video demonstrates how to upgrade the Resilient Appliance. The Appliance can only be upgraded one major version at a time. This course shows how to install upgrades after they have been downloaded from the IBM Resilient Customer Success Portal.

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    Overview

    This course reviews the key concepts of Resilient workspaces. A workspace is present on the system at all times. Users with the global permission for workspaces can create and manage workspaces. New incidences can be assigned to any of the existing workspaces.

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    Overview

    This short video discusses the prerequisites necessary to successfully install the Resilient appliance on a host. The Resilient appliance is a self-contained server that runs the Resilient platform.

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    Overview

    This course reviews key issues in managing security in IBM Resilient. Topics cover a broad range of issues such as how to defang a URL, change ciphers and protocols, how to work with keyvaults, keystores and secrets as well as how to encrypt and backup the keyvault password.

    Agenda

      1. Defanging URLs
        • This video demonstrates how to "defang" your URLs in IBM Resilient to help assure users do not inadvertently click on malicious links.
      2. Changing Ciphers and Protocols in IBM Resilient
        • This video demonstrates how to change the ciphers and protocol in IBM Resilient. There is a review of which ciphers and protocols are used by default using the nmap application, followed by a demonstration of which files need to be edited in order to adjust the ciphers and protocols being used.
      3. Keyvaults, Keystores and Secrets
        • This video discusses keyvaults, keystores and secrets within IBM Resilient.
      4. Encrypting the keyvault password
        • This video describes how to encrypt a keyvault password in IBM Resilient. The keyvault password is stored as an unencrypted file by default but can be encrypted using gpg to protect it and decrypted whenever needed.
      5. Backing up the keyvault
        • The keyvault stores all passwords used within IBM Resilient. If the keyvault were lost, it would result in a considerable loss of data. For that reason, the Resilient platform runs a backup of keyvault files to the system database anytime passwords are added or removed and after each system upgrade. This video shows how to use the resutil keyvaultrestore command to restore keyvault files from the system database.


      Duration: 19 minutes

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      Overview

      This video shows how to use the Resilient Disaster Recovery system.

      • Enabling the Resilient DR system
      • Verify the DR is enabled correctly using the health monitoring
      • Enabling the receiver as the active Resilient appliance
      • Run a controlled swap of the master and receiver
      • Running a playbook to disable DR
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      In IBM Security Access Manager v9.0.4, a new OpenID Connect (OIDC) implementation is available where OIDC is built on top of OAuth 2.0.  In previous versions, OIDC and OAuth were implemented separately, and OIDC support was limited to simple Single Sign-on use cases.  In this course, you will learn about the benefits of this new implementation.

      Overview

      This video demonstrates how to install and set up the Resilient Disaster Recovery system. The disaster recovery (DR) system involves installing and setting up DR on two appliance systems.

      Setup overview
      - Verify the prerequisites
      - Install and set up DR and optional packages on both appliances
      - Install the SSL certificates
      - Create Ansible vault files for each appliance
      - Create Ansible inventory files for each appliance


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      Overview

      This course demonstrates how to set up SAML Authentication in IBM Resilient. Use of SAML allows customers to use their own corporate login credentials to authenticate to Resilient.

      Duration: 8 minutes
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      Overview

      This course covers several alternative mechanisms for authenticating users in the IBM Resilient product, including LDAP, SAML and two-factor authentication.




      Agenda

      1. LDAP authentication
      2. SAML authentication configuration
      3. Two-factor authentication

      Duration: 22 minutes

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      In this video, Adam Frank and Robert McGinley from the QRadar team deliver the Open Mic LIVE at the 2018 Think conference, which focuses on sizing and scoping your QRadar SIEM deployment.

      Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the future of cybersecurity. Security professionals need to mine not only structured information but also unstructured data, including human-generated content. Artificial intelligence enables IT teams to reason, learn and provide a context in real time beyond simple analytics patterns.

      Armed with this collective insight, security analysts can respond to threats with increased speed, accuracy and confidence.

      Mark Brosnan, Mary O’Brien, Anthony O’Callaghan and Ronan Murphy discuss how to stay ahead of the game in today’s rapidly evolving landscape.

      This Panel Discussion about "Strengthening Security With Cognitive Analytics And Intelligent Integration" has been recorded at the Zero Day Con 2017, and it is reproduced here with the permission of ZDC, February 2018.

      The General Data Protection Regulation requires organizations to provide transparency about stored user data and to adhere to requests to remove all user data from their IT systems.

      This video shows how QRadar UBA version 2.7 and later addresses these GDPR compliance requirements. We examine what user data is collected, and we demonstrate how to remove individual user data from UBA and stop tracking that user.


      This Open Mic Live session was originally broadcast from Think 2018 19-March-2018.

      Nick Lloyd and Steven Hughes from Access Manager Technical Support deliver this Open Mic LIVE at the 2018 Think conference. 

      This session covers IBM Security Access Manager appliance networking.


      Learn about Cloud Extender setup tips, common errors in Cloud Extender configuration, best practices for ongoing maintenance and health alerts, and more. Use the bookmarks to access the following topics:

      • Introduction
      • Overview and agenda
      • What is the Cloud Extender and how does it work?
      • Installation prerequisites
      • Installing and configuring the Cloud Extender
      • Common errors and troubleshooting tips
      • Q&A

      In this video, you will learn to tune the User Behavior Analytics (UBA) settings to improve the UBA application behavior and performance.

      This video series depicts the following specific UBA use cases:

      • QRadar Custom Offenses contributing to UBA Risk Score
      • UBA discovers the launching of restricted programs

      License keys entitle you to specific IBM QRadar products, and control the event and flow capacity for your QRadar deployment. You can add licenses to your deployment to activate other QRadar products, such as QRadar Vulnerability and Risk Manager. After you apply the license keys to QRadar, redistribute the EPS and FPM rates to ensure that each of the managed hosts is allocated enough capacity to handle the average volume of network traffic.

      In this video, you learn about the features of managing licenses in QRadar SIEM.

      Overview

      This video shows how to use the Resilient Disaster Recovery Health Monitoring. DR Health Monitoring involves setting and fine-tuning values in the group_vars/all file.

      Agenda

      • Introduction
      • Syslog configuration
      • Health monitoring settings
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      Each event and flow is a record of an activity in you IT environment. For some events, and all flows, this activity includes a network connection. Many rules need to test, if this network connection is approved in your organization. The rules do this by testing whether the event or flow has been tagged by building blocks with names beginning with BB:HostDefinition and BB:HostReference. Their purpose is to signal QRadar SIEM, which network connections are approved in your organization. In this course, you learn how to approve network connections using these building blocks.



      QRadar Vulnerability Manager has a mapping between IPS signatures and vulnerabilities which protects or detects attacks from multiple major IPS vendors. Data is collected on a regular basis gets updated via the auto update process.

      Every organization must see and control the mobile devices entering their enterprise, whether they are provided by the company or part of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. IBM MaaS360 with Watson provides one uniform platform you use to manage your devices, content, and apps. This course introduces administrators to some of the first tasks that are needed to implement MaaS360 such as integrate with Apple programs, manage Android devices, build an enterprise app catalog, and assign corporate policies and compliance rules to devices and users.

      APNS, Apple, DEP, VPP, Android kiosk, KME, Knox Mobile Enrollment, app catalog

      This Open Mic session reviews what's new with MaaS360, including the new Portal UI, the new Settings menu, cognitive policies, Watson Insights, and more. You also get a sneak peek at what's ahead for the rest of 2018, including details about what's included in the Cloud 10.69 elevation.

      IBM Identity Governance and Intelligence version 5.2.4 introduces some enhancements, and a new look and feel, to the user interface.

      This video demonstrates the new functionalities on the Service Center, available to a Business User.

      Agenda:

      • Updates in the Service Center User Interface
      • Customization of the login and logout pages
      • Column customization in Access Certification
      • Signoff updates in Access Certification
      • Password synchronization
      • Feedback survey

      In this set of videos, we introduce the powerful capabilities of IBM QRadar SIEM.

      • The first video depicts how data is ingested into the QRadar environment by collecting log information, network flow data, and vulnerability information. You learn about the asset model, and how the QRadar rules are used to create actionable offenses. In addition, the video explains the integration with IBM BigFix, as well as QRadar Risk and Vulnerability Manager.
      • The second video starts off by explaining the concepts of QRadar Reference Sets and how to use them. It then takes a look at the forensic capabilities, and briefly introduces the deployment architecture.
      • The third video focuses on integration capabilities between QRadar and IBM BigFix, IBM Guardium, network intrusion prevention systems, IBM Trusteer, IBM Identity Manager, and IBM mainframe SMF records,
      • After a brief recap of the QRadar fundamentals, the fourth video explains many of the new capabilities that have been recently added to QRadar. These include the new appliances QRadar Network Insights, the Data Node, and the App Node. It then provides an overview of the QRadar API and the App Exchange, and takes a closer look at some of the available app extensions, including the BigFix App, User Behavior Analytics, Sysmon integration, and the QRadar Advisor with Watson. Finally, it introduces the new DSM Editor.
      • Collecting and investigating network flows is one of the outstanding QRadar capabilities. The final video explains how QRadar approaches network flows, and how the security analysts benefit from this in their daily investigations.

      In this video, Jose Bravo explains why it makes sense to use QRadar Vulnerability Manager although many 3rd party vulnerability scanners are already available today. Unique integration and reporting capabilities make QVM an outstanding solution to prioritize remediation and catch important vulnerabilities that others cannot detect.

      Overview

      This course will show you how to understand roles in the IBM Resilient product. A role is a specific set of permissions, which you can assign to users and groups. The Roles tab allows you to define and manage roles. You can assign multiple roles to a user, which gives the user a superset of all the permissions in the roles.The course demonstrates how to create and delete roles, describes the difference between global and workspace roles, which roles are predefined and explains how Resilient uses role categories.

      Overview

      This course teaches how the IBM Resilient product uses workspaces. The course covers key workspace concepts, how to create them and how to delete them.



      Agenda
      1. Workspace key concepts
      2. Create workspace
      3. Delete workspace

      Duration: 7 minutes
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