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Microsoft Azure Security Services

Provided by Microsoft
Intermediate
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Understand the current nature of the security threat landscape and study the new security architecture and features of Microsoft Azure.

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Before you start

Students who take this training should understand:
  • On premises TCP/IP networking
  • Familiar with mobile device management
  • General cloud principles

What you will learn

Understand and use of the additional security services offer in Azure and Intune
Understanding of the following:
  • Azure security architecture overview
  • Azure Networking Security
  • Network Security Groups
  • Secure Remote Access
  • Monitoring and threat detection
  • Reference architectures
  • Learn about IaaS workload security
  • Understand the features of Azure Security Center
  • Review how Azure deals with Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks
  • Examination of Azure Anti-malware
  • Understand Microsoft Intune for Windows , iOS, and Android devices
    • MDM
    • MAM
    • Data governance with GDPR
    • AutoPilot
Module 1
  • Azure security architecture overview
  • Azure Networking Security
  • Network Security Groups
  • Azure IaaS Workload Security (Who maintains what)
Module 2
  • Azure Security Center
  • Azure Security Center case study
  • Cloud service models
  • Azure Backup
  • Azure Log Analytics
Module 3
  • Azure Application Gateway
  • Azure Web Application Firewall
  • Dealing with DDoS
  • Azure Disk & Storage Encryption
Module 4
  • Microsoft Intune for Windows, iOS, and Android devices
  • MDM, MAM
  • Data Governance with GDPR
  • Overview of AutoPilot

Overview

This course is part of the Microsoft Professional Program in Cybersecurity.

In this course, you will gain insights into Azure Security services to help secure your services and data within Azure.

You will learn Azure security best practice and understand the terminology, tools, and techniques for creating a secure resilient cloud service. You will also learn about and use the additional security services offered in Azure and Intune

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