Microsoft MTA: Security Fundamentals

This is a practical course for a beginner looking to gain a baseline knowledge in the world of IT security.
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(175)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Apr 17, 2012
Duration
5h 47m
Table of contents
Getting Started with Security Fundamentals
Introducing Security
Physical Security as the First Line of Defense
Starting Security with Authentication
Authentication Basics
Active Directory
Using Encryption to Protect Data
Securing Files via NTFS
Sharing Drives and Folders
Introducing the Registry
Using IPSec
Using Auditing
Enhancing Security via Password Policies
Managing Security via Role-Based Access Control
Using Dedicated Firewalls to Protect a Network
Controlling Access with Network Access Protection
Using Isolation to Protect the Network
Protecting Data with Protocol Security
Securing Wireless Networks
Protecting Client Computers
Protecting E-Mail Services
Securing Web Browsers
Protecting Servers
Protecting Web Servers
Preparing for Your Security Fundamentals (98-367) Exam
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Description
Course info
Rating
(175)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Apr 17, 2012
Duration
5h 47m
Description

This is a practical course for a beginner looking to gain a baseline knowledge in the world of IT security. This practical course moves you from basic concepts right into real-world implementations, cementing new knowledge by giving you the opportunity to immediately see it in action and practice it for yourself. You'll learn security basics like the three "A's" of security (authentication, authorization, and accounting. You'll also learn how the Windows operating system secures files, websites, users, mail servers, and more.

About the author
About the author

Don Jones' broad IT experience comes from 20 years in the business, with a strong focus on Microsoft server technologies.

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