CyberArk Privileged Account Security (PAS) Install and Configure
CyberArk PAS Install and Configure
The Privileged Account Security (PAS) Install and Configure course covers CyberArk’s Enterprise Password Vault (EPV) and Privileged Session Manager (PSM) solutions, including components Central Policy Manager, Password Vault Web Access, Disaster Recovery, PSM SSH Proxy and Backup and Restore.
The training provides the practical knowledge and technical skills to securely design, install, and configure the CyberArk Privileged Account Security Solution. The student will gain valuable hands-on experience installing CyberArk components, configuring Authentication Types, and System Integrations (SIEM, SMTP, NTP), using our step-by-step exercise guide, official product documentation and a dedicated lab environment.
Learn to install and configure the CyberArk Privileged Account Security solution securely following Best Practices.
Be able to define and describe the CyberArk Privileged Account Security system architecture, requirements, and workflow processes.
Understand how to secure and install Password Vault Web Access (PVWA) Central Policy Manager (CPM) and Privileged Session Manager (PSM) in a distributed or Load Balanced configuration.
Learn how to integrate with external services, e.g., LDAP/S, NTP, SMTP, SYSLOG.
Configure authentication mechanisms including multi-factor authentication using CyberArk, RADIUS, LDAP/S, PKI, Windows.
Anyone who is interested in learning about or will be required to install and perform initial configuration and set up of the CyberArk Privileged Security Solution. Includes Vault Administrators or other IT Security Professionals who would like to increase their knowledge of the CyberArk PAS solution.
Basic networking knowledge
Basic Windows administration knowledge
A computer that is able to connect to the Internet as well as a browser that support HTML 5
Overview of the PAS Architecture, Enterprise Password Vault Security, Enterprise Password Vault Standalone and High Availability Installation, CPM, PVWA, PSM and PSMP Component Installations including Standalone and Fault Tolerant options, System Integrations (e.g., SMTP, NTP, SNMP, LDAP/S), Authentication Methods (e.g., RADIUS, PKI, LDAP/S and Multi-Factor), Reporting and Troubleshooting
Australian Eastern Standard Time (New South Wales)