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Security Onion Basic Course 4-Day Atlanta GA March 2019

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Security Onion Basic Course 4-Day Atlanta GA March 2019


About Security Onion

Security Onion is a Linux distro for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It's based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, Sguil, Squert, NetworkMiner, Elastic Stack, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows you to build an army of distributed sensors for your enterprise in minutes!

For more about Security Onion, please see: https://securityonion.net/

About the Course

"I started Security Onion in 2008 to provide a comprehensive platform for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management.  Today, Security Onion has over 700,000 downloads and is being used by organizations around the world to help monitor and defend their networks.  This class is the culmination of years of lessons learned while building Security Onion and best practices developed while deploying Security Onion to real networks and doing real incident response with it."

-- Doug Burks http://www.linkedin.com/pub/doug-burks/1b/a2b/858

 What do previous students say about the class?

"I highly, HIGHLY recommend attending this class. I attended the class in Houston and it was excellent ... I also met many interesting people and made some new contacts. All in all, if this class comes anywhere near me again ... I'll be going if I have to host a bake sale to get there."

"I appreciated the mixture of Doug's obvious significant real world experience, paired with his deep knowledge of security onion. I felt like the class not only helped me understand the tools but also helped me understand how I might best apply those tools."

"One of the best courses I have taken. Phil was extremely knowledgeable. I would recommend this class to other people."

What do students get?


4 days of classroom instruction from the developers of Security Onion

over 200 pages of course material

Certificate of Completion


When is the class?

Monday, March 25, 2019 through Thursday, March 28, 2019

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Time) each day

Where is the class being held?

The class will be held at 1155 Perimeter Center West, Atlanta, GA 30338 just north of the Perimeter Center Mall. Details will be provided to registrants via email.

What is the registration deadline?

Registration closes Monday, March 18, 2019 at 11:59 PM Eastern.

What hardware will be required for the class?

***Laptops will be provided by Security Onion Solutions.***

Students can choose to bring their own laptop that meets the following requirements:


At least 12-16 GB RAM on the machine, so that a full 8 GB RAM that can be dedicated to one virtual machine (VM). More is better.

At least 4 total CPU cores on the machine, so that 2 cores can be dedicated to one VM. More is better.

One internal hard drive should have at least 50 GB free disk space. More is better. Solid State Drives are preferred, but not required.

Virtualization software must be installed. We recommend VMWare Workstation, Workstation Player, or Fusion. Oracle VirtualBox works also. Please, no ESXi or similar platforms. Each student machine will only run one VM, which students install in class from the Security Onion ISO image. The VM will not interconnect with VMs on other student machines.

The hardware and operating system must be capable of running a 64 bit VM. Note: Some 64 bit machines don't automatically support a 64 bit VM. This should be tested ahead of class. See https://securityonion.net/wiki/installation

Students need administrator/root access to the host operating system on the student machine. They should need this only once to add a virtual sniffing NIC to the VM.

Must have an adequately sized screen. Note: Tablet computers such as the Microsoft Surface usually do not meet this requirement.

Must be able to connect to a wireless network for Internet access.


Which version of Security Onion will we be using?

We'll be using the latest Security Onion version as of March 4, 2019.

The latest release can be found here:

https://securityonion.net/download

What do students need to bring to class?

Students need to bring the following:


Optionally, students can bring a laptop meeting the requirements described above

State-issued ID or Passport

Eventbrite ticket for this event


What skills/knowledge should students have before attending this course?

Students should have a basic understanding of networks, TCP/IP, and standard protocols such as DNS, HTTP, etc.  Some Linux knowledge/experience is recommended, but not required.

What's the cancellation policy?

Security Onion Solutions reserves the right to cancel this class up to one day after registration closes if the class does not meet a minimum number of students. If class is cancelled, the training ticket cost will be refunded.

What's the refund policy?

You may log into your Eventbrite account and request a refund up until the last day of ticket sales.  Please use the "Request a Refund" button as shown here: https://www.eventbrite.com/support/articles/en_US/How_To/can-i-get-a-refund

Are there discounts available?

We offer discounts for members of ISSA and Infragard. Contact us for more information.

What topics are covered in this class?


Network Security Monitoring (NSM) methodology

Security Onion Installation

Configuration


Setup Phase 1 - Network configuration

Setup Phase 2 - Service configuration

Evaluation Mode vs Production Mode

Verifying services


Analyzing Alerts


Replaying traffic

3 primary interfaces:


Squert

Sguil

Kibana


Pivoting between interfaces

Pivoting to full packet capture


Hunting - Using Kibana to slice and dice logs

Bro


Introduction

Bro Programming Language

Bro-IDS

Bro Logs

Bro Scripts

ShellShock Detector Module

Bro Intel Framework 


Production Deployment


Advanced Setup

Master vs sensor

Node types - Master, Forward, Heavy, Storage

Command line setup with sosetup.conf

Architectural recommendations

Sensor placement

Hardening

Administration

Maintenance


Tuning


Using PulledPork to disable rules

BPFs to filter traffic

Spinning up additional Snort/Suricata/Bro workers to handle higher traffic loads


Case Studies


1-2 Case Studies on Day 1

1-2 Case Studies on Day 2

2-4 Case Studies on Day 3

3-4 Case Studies on Day 4


Wrap-up/Q&A



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