Citrix Web App Firewall protects web apps and sites from known and unknown attacks. This threeday course will teach you how to address application services security requirements with Web App Firewall. After studying Citrix Web App firewall, you’ll learn about many different types of web attacks and vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection and cookie tampering, and how to protect against them. The course also covers policies, profiles and expressions; monitoring, management and reporting; and troubleshooting techniques. Highlighted features include the Adaptive Learning Engine and Secure Insight. This advanced course is designed for IT professionals with previous Citrix Networking experience.
Is this course for me? Designed for students with previous Citrix Networking experience, this course is best suited for individuals who will be deploying and/or managing Citrix Web App Firewall in Citrix Networking environments.
Versions covered This course is currently on Citrix ADC version 12.x, but is still applicable for learners of previous versions of the product.
What you’ll learn
Identify common web attacks and vulnerabilities
Understand PERL compatible regular expressions
Understand how to operate the adaptive learning engine
Configure Citrix Web App Firewall to protect web applications
Utilize Citrix ADC Secure Insight to monitor, manage, and report on Application Services security
Troubleshoot Citrix Web App Firewall
Citrix course materials are only available to delegates in e-courseware format. Delegates will be provided with instructions on how to access their e-courseware on day one of the event. Those delegates who are attending via either virtual or extended classroom will be required to provide either three monitors (to view courseware, labs and instructor demos simultaneously) or two monitors and a mobile device. Delegates will be required to have an active TCC (Training.Citrix.com) account in order to access course materials and labs.
Please set up Your TCC account up in advance of the course using the following link:
Please note: It is highly recommended that the delegate uses a personal email address (rather than company email) to set up their TCC account. If you do not wish to reference your company name when setting up your TCC account we recommend you use 'EDUCALC' as reference.
Should you encounter any issues in setting up your TCC account please ensure that you raise this directly with Citrix in advance of your event by visiting http://training.citrix.com then on the home page click, Help, then select Classroom Support, and submit a Critical or High priority request notifying Citrix of the course start date.
Citrix recommends students prepare for this course by taking the following course/courses: CNS-220 Citrix ADC 12.x Essentials and Traffic Management, or CNS-222 Citrix ADC 12.x Essentials and Citrix Gateway.
Module 1: Citrix Web App Firewall Overview
Web App Firewall Security Model
Common Attacks Overview
Module 2: Web App Firewall
Module 3: Regular Expressions
Forms of Regular Expressions
Using Regular Expressions
Regular Expression Scope
Module 4: Attacks and Protections
Data Flow with AppFirewall
Web App Firewall
Advanced Form Protection Checks
Module 5: Web App Firewall Monitoring and Troubleshooting
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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