IBM QRadar SIEM Advanced Topics – Self-Paced Virtual Course (SPVC) – BQ204XGSPVC
Course Code: BQ204XG Brand: Security Intelligence Category: Security Skill Level: Advanced Duration: 16H Modality:SPVC Audience
This course is designed for security administrators and security analysts.
Students should be knowledgeable about the following topics:
- IT infrastructure
- IT security fundamentals
- TCP/IP networking
- Foundational skills for the IBM QRadar Security Intelligence Platform (at least the skills that are taught in the IBM QRadar SIEM Foundations – BQ104 course)
Can you use QRadar SIEM to correlate various events and flow and trigger alerts of suspicious events? Learn to process uncommon QRadar events, work with reference data, custom rules and actions. Overview
QRadar SIEM provides deep visibility into network, user, and application activity. It provides collection, normalization, correlation, and secure storage of events, flows, assets, and vulnerabilities. Suspected attacks and policy breaches are highlighted as offenses.
This self-paced 2-day course walks you through various advanced topics about QRadar such as custom log sources, reference data collections and custom rules, X-Force data and the Threat Intelligence app, UBA and QRadar Advisor, tuning and custom action scripts. The course also discusses integration with IBM SOAR. Hands-on exercises reinforce the skills learned.
The lab environment for this course uses the IBM QRadar SIEM 7.4 platform.
Unit 1: Custom log sources
Unit 2: Reference data collections and custom rules
Unit 3: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence in QRadar
Unit 4: User Behavior Analytics and Advisor with Watson
Unit 5: Tuning
Unit 6: Custom action scripts
Unit 7: IBM SOAR integration
- Learn how to create custom log sources
- Discover how to work with reference data collections and custom rules
- Use X-Force data and Threat Intelligence app
- Use the Use Case Manager app
- Learn how to use UBA and QRadar Advisor
- Discover Tuning
- Explore Custom action scripts
- Discuss Integration with IBM SOAR