Microsoft Professional Program | CyberSecurity Lock in your CyberSecurity Skills
CyberSecurity threats are on the rise and now more than ever businesses need skilled team members to help prevent and mitigate breaches. This 10-course program will help you identify threats early on and minimize breach impacts.
Microsoft Professional Program for CyberSecurity
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10 REQUIRED COURSES | 8-12 HOURS PER COURSE | 10 SKILLS
Introduction To CyberSecurity Enterprise Security Fundamentals
Learn to describe the current enterprise security landscape, define the Assume Compromise approach, practice red team versus blue team exercises, and develop organizational security preparation, processes, and responses.
LEARN MORE Detect Security Breaches Early Threat Detection: Planning for a Secure Enterprise
This course provides an overview of threat detection as part of a defense-in-depth strategy. You will learn how to protect, detect, and respond to cybercrime as you explore the capabilities of threat detection and mitigation tools.
LEARN MORE Respond to Security Incidents Planning a Security Incident Response
Learn to manage an enterprise security incident while avoiding common errors, increasing both the effectiveness and efficiency of your incident response efforts.
Enhance Security Using Code PowerShell Security Best Practices
Use PowerShell to enhance security and remediate new threats and exploits. Explore the functionality of administration tools such as Desired State Configuration (DSC) and Just Enough Administration (JEA) for configuring and securing servers.
LEARN MORE Managing Identity
Based on real-world experience from Microsoft incident response teams, this course takes a hands-on approach to identity management. You will create a bastion host, configure Privileged Access Management, set up Microsoft Identity Manager, and more.
LEARN MORE Security in Office 365
Review the different types of threats that can target your organization and learn how to implement and manage Office 365 security features like Advanced Threat Protection, Threat Intelligence, and Advanced Security Management.
LEARN MORE Securing Data in Azure and SQL Server
Learn how to secure data in SQL Server 2016, SQL Server v.Next on Linux, and Azure SQL Databases. Join the experts for a look at user authentication, who the users are, authorization and what they are allowed to do. Topics include: Authenticating Users and Connections, Authorizing Users to Access Resources, Auditing Access to Data, and Encrypting Data.
LEARN MORE Microsoft SharePoint 2016: Authentication and Security
Learn how to plan and configure a SharePoint on-premises solution to help protect the environment. The course examines the necessary hardware and software requirements and the overall methodology to SharePoint security.
Windows 10 Security Features
Stay ahead of the security curve—learn about the continually evolving security features of the Windows 10 operating system. With a team of Microsoft security engineers, discover how to deploy its advanced capabilities.
LEARN MORE Windows Server 2016 Security Features
Windows Server 2016 provides layers of protection that help address both known and emerging threats. Learn how it actively contributes to securing your infrastructure so you can better safeguard against security breaches.
LEARN MORE Secure Cloud-Enabled Services and Data Microsoft Azure Security Services
Learn Azure security best practices and understand the terminology, tools, and techniques for creating a highly secure, resilient cloud service. You will also learn about and use the additional security services offered in Azure and Intune.
LEARN MORE Microsoft Professional Capstone : CyberSecurity
The Microsoft Professional Capstone in CyberSecurity provides a simulated environment at a fictitious company that you must protect by detecting and responding to a cyberthreat.
Hands-on learning with the latest CyberSecurity tools
Each course in the Microsoft Professional Program in CyberSecurity features hands-on learning so you can practice with the most sought-after skills. Assessments that require more than just memorization ensure that you have mastered these new skills.
Learn on your own time
All courses are available online and on demand – so whether you plan to spend a couple of hours per day or a couple of hours per week, you can work on these skills at the pace that is right for you. And since the curriculum consists of massive open online courses (MOOC) on edX, you can watch the videos on your tablet or phone.