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IBM Security C1000-018 Exam

In real IBM QRadar SIEM V7.3.2 Fundamental Analysis C1000-018 exam, there are 60 questions, and you have 90 minutes to complete all the questions. The number of questions required to pass IBM Security C1000-018 exam is 38. The test languages of IBM certification C1000-018 exam are English and Japanese. You can register IBM QRadar SIEM V7.3.2 Fundamental Analysis C1000-018 exam at Pearson VUE test center.

C1000-018 IBM QRadar SIEM V7.3.2 Fundamental Analysis Topics

List C1000-018 IBM QRadar SIEM V7.3.2 Fundamental Analysis exam topics below.

Section 1: Monitor outputs of configured use cases. 15%

Perform dashboard customization.
Review outputs in all available QRadar Tabs (Dashboards, Log Activity, Network Activity, Assets, etc.).
Navigate to, from and within an offense.
Distinguish offenses from triggered rules.
Review security access trends and anomalies.
Review security risks and network vulnerabilities detected by QRadar.
Describe the different types of rules like behavioral, event, flow, common, offense, anomaly and threshold rules.

Section 2: Perform initial investigation of alerts and offenses created by QRadar. 35%

Describe the use of the magnitude of an offense.
Describe the QRadar network hierarchy.
Explain Offense details on offense details view, why/how it was created.
Identify contributing event and or flow information for an offence.
Show offense lifecycle (e.g., Open, Closed, Assigned, Hidden, Protected).
Illustrate the right click function (ie., event filtering, plugins, information, navigate, other).
Break down triggered rules to identify the reason of the offense.
Distinguish potential threats from probable false positives.
Review the vulnerabilities and threat assessment of the hosts that are involved in the offense.
Describe the roles of security devices such as firewall, IDS/IPS, Proxy, Authentication devices, Antivirus software supported by QRadar.
Perform offense management such as assign an offense to a user, close, protect or hide an offense, add notes, send email or mark the offense for follow-up.
Demonstrate how to export Flow/Event data for external analysis.
Summarize the characteristics of the Standard Custom Properties, User-defined Custom Properties and Normalized properties.
Outline Offense Closing Procedures.

Section 3: Identify and escalate undesirable rule behavior to administrator. 20%

Report potential false positives.
Report rule usage and offenses generated by those rules.
Report any abnormal security access trends and events to security admins.
Report threats, risks, or vulnerabilities to network/security admins, based on severity.
Outline simple Offense naming mechanisms.
Interpret rules that test for regular expressions.
Explain relevant test and the test order of the rules.
Illustrate the difference between rule responses and rule actions (e.g. limiter).
Recognize the "special" Building Blocks: Host Definition, Cat Definition, Port Definition. 
Describe the usage of the log sources, flow sources, vulnerability scanners, and reference data.
Identify why rules are not being triggered as expected (e.g., dropped from CRE, or local vs global, stateful counters).

Section 4: Extract information for regular or adhoc distribution to consumer of outputs. 17%

Perform searches using filters. 
Perform Quick (Lucene) searches.
Perform Advanced (AQL) searches.
Explain the different uses for each search type (ie., filtered, Quick and Advanced).
Intepret a timeseries graph in a dashboard. 
Select suitable standard Reports for a situation.
Create and generate scheduled and manual reports. 
Share findings about offenses by distributing offense detail via email.
Discuss the content of an event or flow, including the normalized fields.

Section 5: Identify and escalate issues with regards to QRadar health and functionality. 13%

Explain QRadar architecture by summarizing QRadar components (ie., Console, Event Processor, Event Collector, Flow Processor, Data Nodes and Flow Collector, App host).
Interpret common system notifications.
Illustrate the impact of QRadar property indexes.
Distinguish when an event has coalesced information in it.
Illustrate events that are not correctly parsed. 
Explain QRadar timestamps (e.g., Log Source Time, Storage time, Start time).
Report any agents or log sources that are not reporting to QRadar on a regular basis.

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