SEC555

توضیح دوره SEC555: SIEM with Tactical Analytics

در این دوره افراد با ساختار و معماری SIEM آشنا می شوند و با تجزیه و تحلیل داده هایی که به عنوان ورودی به SIEM ها ارسال می گردند و SIEM های مختلف مانند Splunk , EIK , Tripwive بررسی می شوند.

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پیش نیاز دوره

  • CEH
  • CHFI
  • SEC503

مخاطبین دوره

  • تجزیه و تحلیل Log
  • کارشناسان SOC

سرفصل دوره

Section1: SIEM Architecture
  • State of the SOC/SIEM
    • Industry statistics
    • Industry problems
  • Log Monitoring
    • Assets
      • Windows/Linux
      • Network devices
      • Security devices
    • Data gathering strategies
    • Pre-planning
  • Logging architecture
    • Log inconsistencies
    • Log collection and normalization
    • Log retention strategies
    • Correlation and gaining context
    • Reporting and analytics
    • Alerting
  • SIEM platforms
    • Commercial solutions
    • Home-grown solutions
  • Planning a SIEM
    • Ingestion control
    • What to collect
    • Mission
  • SIEM Architecture
  • Ingestion techniques and nodes
    • Acceptance and manipulation for value
    • Augmentation of logs for detection
  • Data queuing and resiliency
  • Storage and speed
  • Analytical reporting
    • Visualizations
    • Detection Dashboards
Section 2: Service Profiling with SIEM
  • Detection methods and relevance to log analysis
    • Attacker patterns
    • Attacker behaviors
    • Abnormalities
  • Analyzing common application logs that generate tremendous amounts of data
    • DNS
      • Finding new domains being accessed
      • Pulling in addition information such as domain age
      • Finding randomly named domains
      • Discover domain shadowing techniques
      • Identifying recon
      • Find DNS C2 channels
    • HTTP
      • Use large datasets to find attacks
      • Identify bot traffic hiding in the clear
      • Discover requests that users do not make
        • Find ways to filter out legitimate noise
      • Use attacker randomness against them
      • Identify automated activity vs user activity
      • Filter approved web clients vs unauthorized
      • Find HTTP C2 channels
    • HTTPS
      • Alter information for large scale analysis
      • Analyze certificate fields to identify attack vectors
      • Track certificate validity
      • Apply techniques that overlap with standard HTTP
      • Find HTTPS C2 channels
    • SMTP
      • Identify where unauthorized email is coming from
      • Find compromised mail services
      • Fuzzy matching likely phishing domains
      • Data exfiltration detection
  • Apply threat intelligence to generic network logs
  • Active Dashboards and Visualizations
    • Correlate network datasets
    • Build frequency analysis tables
    • Establish network baseline activity
Section 3: Advanced Endpoint Analytics
  • Endpoint logs
    • Understanding value
    • Methods of collection
      • Agents
      • Agentless
      • Scripting
    • Adding additional logging
      • EMET
      • Sysmon
      • Group Policy
    • Windows filtering and tuning
    • Analyze critical events based on attacker patterns
      • Finding signs of exploitation
      • Find signs of internal reconnaissance
      • Finding persistence
      • Privilege escalation
      • Establishing a foothold
      • Cleaning up tracks
    • Host-based firewall logs
      • Discover internal pivoting
      • Identify unauthorized listening executables
      • See scan activity
    • Credential theft and reuse
      • Multiple failed logons
      • Unauthorized account use
    • Monitor PowerShell
      • Configure PowerShell logging
      • Identify obfuscation
      • Identify modern attacks
Section 4: Baselining and User Behavior Monitoring
  • Identify authorized and unauthorized assets
  • Active asset discovery
    • Scanners
    • Network Access Control
  • Passive asset discovery
    • DHCP
    • Network listeners such as p0f, bro, and prads
    • NetFlow
    • Switch CAM tables
    • Combining asset inventory into a master list
    • Adding contextual information
      • Vulnerability data
      • Authenticated device vs unauthenticated device
  • Identify authorized and unauthorized software
    • Source collection
      • Asset inventory systems
      • Patching management
      • Whitelisting solutions
      • Process monitoring
    • Discovering unauthorized software
  • Baseline data
    • Network data (from netflow, firewalls, etc)
      • Use outbound flows to discover unauthorized use or assets
      • Compare expected inbound/outbound protocol
      • Find persistence and beaconing
      • Utilize geolocation and reverse dns lookups
      • Establish device-to-device relationships
      • Identify lateral movement
      • Configure outbound communication thresholds
    • Monitor logons based on patterns
      • Time-based
      • Concurrency of logons
        • # logons by user
        • # logons by source device
        • Multiple geo locations
    • Endpoint baseline monitoring
      • Configure enterprise wide baseline collection
      • Large scale persistence monitoring
      • Finding abnormal local user accounts
      • Discover dual-homed devices
Section 5: Tactical SIEM Detection and Post-Mortem Analysis
  • Centralize NIDS and HIDS alerts
  • Analyze endpoint security logs
    • Provide alternative analysis methods
    • Configure tagging to facilitate better reporting
  • Augment intrusion detection alerts
    • Extract CVE, OSVDB, etc for further context
    • Pull in rule info and other info such as geo
  • Analyze vulnerability information
    • Setup vulnerability reports
    • Correlate CVE, OSVDB, and other unique IDs with IDS alerts
    • Prioritize IDS alerts based on vulnerability context
  • Correlate malware sandbox logs with other systems to identify victims across enterprise
  • Monitor Firewall Activity
    • Identify scanning activity on inbound denies
    • Apply auto response based on alerts
    • Find unexpected outbound traffic
    • Baseline allow/denies to identify unexpected changes
    • Apply techniques to filter out noise in denied traffic
  • SIEM tripwires
    • Configure systems to generate early log alerts after compromise
      • Identify file and folder scan activity
      • Identify user token stealing
      • Operationalize virtual honeypots with central logging
      • Allow phone home tracking
  • Post mortem analysis
    • Re-analyze network traffic
      • Identify malicious domains and IPs
      • Look for beaconing activity
    • Identify unusual time-based activity
    • Use threat intel to reassess previous data fields such as user-agents
    • Utilize hashes in log to constantly re-evaluate for known bad files

شهریه   1,400,000  تومان

دوره های برگزار شده  :

  • مدت دوره :‌30 ساعت

  • پیش نیاز دوره :‌ دوره CEH , CHFI

  • نام مدرک :  SEC555

  • سطح دوره :‌ میانی

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