RSA SecurID 7 1 Complete Training

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This course provides an overview of the administrative responsibilities associated with an RSA SecurID® system. The working principles behind RSA Authentication Manager software and RSA SecurID authenticators are discussed, including product architecture, time synchronization, using external Identity Sources and exploring all aspects of an administrative structure. Extensive hands-on labs reinforce the administrative tasks involved in managing a user population and token assignment. 
The subject matter in this course prepares students with the classroom component recommended for the RSA SecurID Certified Administrator certification. 

Audience 
System, security, or help desk administrators who need to administer and support RSA SecurID products. 
Duration 
2 days 
Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills 
Familiarity with Microsoft® Windows® or UNIX system administration. 
Course Objectives 
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to: 
Explain the basic architecture and theory of operation of the RSA SecurID product suite 
Describe the configuration required for RSA Authentication Manager system operations 
Perform user administration functions to populate and manage users 
Perform report functions and user troubleshooting 
Understand the ongoing maintenance requirements 
Understand the setup and use of software authenticators 
Understand the use of the RSA Credential Manager function 

Course Outline 
The following modules are designed to support the course objectives: 
Product Overview - High level description of RSA Authentication Manager software and its contribution to authentication 
- Authentication as a foundation of security, trust and confidence in digital identities 

RSA SecurID Fundamentals - RSA Authentication Manager system components 
- RSA Authentication Manager/Agent system architecture 
- Concepts of strong user authentication 
- Token theory â?? time synchronization, authenticator types 
- Administrative access and task/scope delegation 
- Concepts of protecting access points, Agent functions and login 
- Description of Realm and Security Domain structures 
- Licensing Options 

RSA Authentication Manager Software Configuration - Setting system and Realm-level parameters 
- Access to administration consoles 
- Importing token records 

User Administration - Establishing Users and linking to external Identity Sources 
- Token operations 
- Establishing RSA Authentication Agent hosts 
- Setting RADIUS profiles 

System Administration 
- Setting up Security Domains and User Group structures 
- Administrative roles and delegation 
- Working with realms 
Auditing, Reports and Troubleshooting - RSA Authentication Manager report functions 
- Report customization 
- Troubleshooting procedures 

RSA SecurID Software Authenticators 
- Software/Hardware Token differences 
- Installation, deployment, and user packages 
- Software Token operation 
Credential Manager Function 
- Configuration of Credential Manager for user self-service functions 
- Description of authenticator management and provisioning using Credential Manager 

RSA SecurID® Installation and Configuration 

Overview 
This course offers hands-on training on the installation and configuration of RSA Authentication Manager software, Authentication Agents, and other RSA SecurID® system components. 
This course assumes that the student has attended the RSA SecurID Administration course or has equivalent operations experience with RSA Authentication Manager â?? operations are not covered as part of this course. 
The subject matter in this course prepares students with the classroom component recommended for the RSA SecurID Certified Systems Engineer certification. 
Audience 
Technical personnel who install, service and support RSA SecurID installations. 
Duration 
2 days 
Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills 
Microsoft® Windows® or UNIX system administration; attendance in RSA SecurID Administration course, or equivalent v7.1 administration experience. 
Course Objectives 
Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to: 
Plan and perform the pre-installation tasks to prepare for RSA Authentication Manager software installation in a Microsoft Windows environment 
Plan and perform pre-installation, installation, and configuration tasks for RSA Authentication Manager software and Appliance 
Describe the configuration required for RSA Authentication Manager system operations 
Connect to Identity Sources for external user repositories (Active Directory and LDAP) 
Create redundant/failover RSA Authentication Manager replica servers and understand the role and management of replica server instances 
Install and configure RSA Authentication Agent hosts for local workstation and web access protection 
Perform RSA Authentication Agent host configurations to accomplish system load balancing 

Course Outline 
The following modules are designed to support the course objectives: 
Building a Security Solution 
- Enterprise assessment and analysis 
- Security planning â?? Scalability, redundancy, performance (host, remote, web, realm, server access, etc.) 
- Working with firewalls and Network Address Translation 
RSA Authentication Manager Software Installation 
- Pre-Installation considerations; Installation and configuration of software and Appliance solutions 
- RSA Authentication Agent software installation and system testing 
- Post-Installation tasks: system configuration parameters, Agent settings and options 
RSA SecurID Appliance - Similarities and Differences between the Appliance and Authentication Manager software 
- Explanation of Appliance models and installation/setup procedure 

RADIUS Interface 
- RADIUS functions and capabilities 
- Configuring RADIUS to integrate with RSA Authentication Manager software 

Managing RSA Authentication Manager Replica Servers 
- Strategies for dealing with primary server failures and replica promotion; Creating replica packages 
- Establishing preferred and failover servers in legacy Agent hosts 
Authentication Agent Configurations 
- Functions and features of representative Authentication Agent installations for Microsoft Windows and UNIX operating systems 
- Configuring Agent software for local, network and web access protection 
- Handling node secret and sdconf.rec files 
Maintenance and Disaster Recovery 
- System maintenance including backups and audit log archiving 
- Using the Command-line Utility package 
Credential Manager Configuration 
- Setting up the Credential Manager for provisioning 		
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