This fundamental class teaches the basic administration of Access Management, starting with the installation and configuration. This role based training approaches this from the perspective of a team of security administrators building a solution from scratch, implementing an innerweb and access to and from the internet via a series of proxy services. It explores a number of security scenarios through encrypted technologies, certificate management, authentication, and authorization. Beginning with SSL and x.509 and moving on to OAuth using OpenID Connect. Along the way learning how important it is to protect the network using Risk Services to stealthily determine the risk of each login. We learn data injection, auto form fill, multi-homing, role-based decision making, along with a host of other features of the software. It will even go through the process of personalization (or institutionalization) of the user interfaces providing the kind of solution demanded by today's companies and institutions.
Who should attend
This course is designed for:
- IT Managers
- IT Administrators
- IT Security Department
- Web Administrators
- Incident Management Team
The following skills are required or recommended:
- A basic understanding of the concept of Access Management.
- An understanding of NetIQ eDirectory, NetIQ Identity Manager and Linux.
- IP and domain name networking.
- Computer desktop, browser and file system navigational skills are highly recommended.
- Installing Access Manager
- Configuring the Access Gateway Service
- Rewriting Web Code
- Configuring Reverse Proxies
- Enable and Protect NAM Applications with SSL
- Enabling Authentication
- Configuring Domain Based Multi Homing
- Mitigating NAM Risk
- Using Appmarks and enabling Mobile Access
- Advanced Access Manager Configurations
- Application Configuration Using Roles
- OAUTH and OpenID Connect