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Class, First, we are going slow - initially - in order to go fast later. R – E – L – A – X – We will be going over all these “pieces”. Our first step is connecting to the virtual environment and getting our Virtual Machines (VMs) up and running. Our laboratory environment will be a number of virtual servers. I have developed a virtual environment that will act as if we are working on a real network. We will be monitoring, running and analyzing network traffic within this environment. You will have a virtual workstation and be connecting to an 1) IPS/IDS sensor environment for McAfee Network Security Platform (NSP)/Network Security Manager (NSM), 2) Static/Dynamic Analysis - Advanced Threat Detection (ATD), and the 3) Security Incident and Event Manager (SIEM) - Enterprise Security Manager (ESM). Your first assignment is to log into the VM Environment. This has been a challenge for me to setup and manage externally. While on campus, I have no issues. Connecting remotely has been a challenge. My hope is that this won't be an issue for our
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  • Fall '19
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