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Code40367
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Rezound provide official 40367 Security Fundamentals: Training for MTA Exam 98-367 training for Sheffield, London, Leeds, Manchester, Yorkshire and at your site in the UK.

Course Details

Introduction

This three-day MTA Training course helps you prepare for Microsoft Technology Associate Exam 98-367, and build an understanding of these topics: Security Layers, Operating System Security, Network Security, Security Software. This course leverages the same content as found in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam.

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Audience

The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is Microsoft’s newest suite of technology certification exams that validate fundamental knowledge needed to begin building a career using Microsoft technologies. This program provides an appropriate entry point to a future career in technology and assumes some hands-on experience or training but does not assume on-the-job experience.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand Security Layers
  • Understand Operating System Security
  • Understand Network Security
  • Understand Security Software

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students should ideally have:

  • Working knowledge of Windows Server administration and networking technology

Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

Course Outline

Module 1: Understanding Security Layers

This module introduces IT security at a high level.

Lessons and Activities

  • Introducing Security
  • Understanding Confidentiality
  • Understanding Integrity
  • Understanding Availability
  • Defining Threats and Risk Management
  • Understanding the Principle of Least Privilege
  • Understanding Attack Surface
  • Understanding Social Engineering
  • Linking Cost with Security
  • Looking at Physical Security as the First Line of Defense
  • Understanding Site Security
  • Understanding Computer Security
  • Skill Summary
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Workplace Ready

Module 2: Authentication, Authorization and Accounting

This module introduces the key concepts of Authentication, Authorization and Accounting and their related services.

Lessons and Activities

  • Starting Security with Authentication
  • Authenticating with What You Know
  • Authenticating with What You Own or Possess
  • Authenticating with What You Are
  • Introducing RADIUS and TACACS1
  • Using Run As
  • Introducing Directory Services with Active Directory
  • Looking at Domain Controllers
  • Introducing NTLM
  • Introducing Kerberos
  • Using Organizational Units
  • Looking at Objects
  • Using Groups
  • Looking at Web Server Authentication
  • Comparing Rights and Permissions
  • Looking at NTFS
  • Using NTFS Permissions
  • Looking at Effective NTFS Permissions
  • Copying and Moving Files
  • Using Folder and File Owners
  • Sharing Drives and Folders
  • Looking at Special and Administrative Shares
  • Introducing the Registry
  • Using Encryption to Protect Data
  • Examining Types of Encryption
  • Introducing Public Key Infrastructure
  • Encrypting Email
  • Encrypting Files with EFS
  • Encrypting Disks in Windows
  • Introducing IPSec
  • Encrypting with VPN Technology
  • Using Auditing to Complete the Security Picture
  • Skill Summary
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Workplace Ready

Module 3: Understanding Security Policies

This module introduces Password Policies to enhance system protection and describes Commone Attack Methods.

Lessons and Activities

  • Using Password Policies to Enhance Security
  • Using Password Complexity to Make a Stronger Password
  • Using Account Lockout to Prevent Hacking
  • Looking at Password Length
  • Using Password History to Enforce Security
  • Setting the Time between Password Changes
  • Using Password Group Policies to Enforce Security
  • Understanding Common Attack Methods
  • Skill Summary
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Workplace Ready

Module 4: Understanding Network Security

This module introduces concepts and services utilised to maintain security.

Lessons and Activities

  • Using Dedicated Firewalls to Protect a Network
  • Examining Hardware Firewalls and Their Characteristics
  • Using Hardware Firewalls versus Software Firewalls
  • Using Stateful versus Stateless Inspection
  • Controlling Access with Network Access Protection (NAP)
  • Understanding the Purpose of NAP
  • Looking at How NAP Works
  • Examining the Requirements for NAP
  • Using Isolation to Protect the Network
  • Understanding Virtual LANs
  • Understanding Routing
  • Looking at Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention Systems
  • Looking at Honeypots
  • Looking at DMZs
  • Understanding Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • Understanding Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  • Understanding Internet Protocol Security (IPsec)
  • Using Other VPN Protocols
  • Looking at Server and Domain Isolation
  • Protecting Data with Protocol Security
  • Understanding Tunneling
  • Using DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC)
  • Looking at Protocol Spoofing
  • Utilizing Network Sniffing
  • Understanding Common NETWORK Attack Methods
  • Securing Wireless Network
  • Using Service Set Identifier (SSID)
  • Understanding Keys
  • Utilizing MAC Filters
  • Considering Pros and Cons of Specific Security Types
  • Skill Summary
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Workplace Ready

Module 5: Protecting the Server and Client

This module introduces security practices for Server and Client computers.

Lessons and Activities

  • Protecting the Client Computer
  • Protecting Your Computer from Malware
  • Utilizing Windows Updates
  • Utilizing User Account Control
  • Using Windows Firewall
  • Using Offline Files
  • Locking Down a Client Computer
  • Protecting Your Email
  • Dealing with Spam
  • Relaying Email
  • Securing Internet Explorer
  • Looking at Cookies and Privacy Settings
  • Examining Content Zones
  • Phishing and Pharming
  • Protecting Your Server
  • Placing the Server
  • Hardening the Server
  • Using Secure Dynamic DNS
  • Skill Summary
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Workplace Ready

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