The learning path by Wissenhive will help you in acing AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies examination that will master you in managing identities, deploying Microsoft Azure security technologies, and implementing platform protection such as Azure Firewalls, Security Groups, Container Security, and so on.
Microsoft Azure 500 Certification is a role-based certification program where apprentices will learn about managing effective options by understanding how to secure applications and data by leveraging Key Vault, enabling auditing, configuring security policies, and utilizing tools such as the Azure Security Center, Azure Monitor, and Log Analytics.
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Responsibilities for an Azure Security Engineer include managing the security posture, identifying and remediating vulnerabilities, performing threat modeling, implementing threat protection, and responding to security incident escalations.
Information Security Analyst
Machine Learning Engineer
Concepts of defense
Layers of security
Security requirements and compliance
Introduction to Azure Active Directory
Azure AD tenants
AD Connect and its implementation
Using AD Connect Health for monitoring
MFA and SSO
Protection of identity
Registration of apps
Creating service principals
Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
Activating a PIM role
Using portals to build a network
Utilizing PowerShell and building subnets and VNets
Connectivity and peering in VNet
DNS: Private and public
DNS and the Internet
Network security groups (NSGs)
Building and configuring NSGs
Services of load balancing in Azure
Configuring App Gateway
Azure Firewall and Front Door
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and its configuration
Virtual machines (VMs)
Deploying a VM using PowerShell and the portal
Zones and sets and their availability
Encryption of disk in Azure
Key vault creation for disk encryption
Management of virtual machines
Azure Security Center
Installation of Git and Docker
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Building Azure Container Registry
Developing a Kubernetes cluster
Using Kubernetes to run applications
Securing the Container Registry
Security and scanning of a container
Implementing Azure Region Policy
Resource locks and their implementation
Alerts and Azure Monitor
Introduction to Azure Security Center
Preventing, predicting, and responding to threats
SQL services in Azure
Developing a SQL database in Azure
Strategies of caching
Long-term retention of SQL backup
Cosmos DB, along with its levels of consistency
Data Lake store in Azure
Using the portal to build a storage account
Utilizing Azure Storage and Storage Explorer
SAS development and management
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Who should take this course?
The Microsoft Azure 500 is ideal for IT professionals who are already working or want to make a career as seniors or professionals.
There are no prerequisites for taking the Microsoft Azure 500, which makes it friendly and creates a base for beginners, but Wissenhive recommends having a basic understanding of IT security principles.
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks: manage identity and access; implement platform protection; manage security operations; and secure data and applications.
Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500) exam measures your ability to accomplish technical tasks including managing identity and access; implementing platform protection; managing security operations; and securing data and applications. Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500) exam is designed for Microsoft Azure Security Engineers to validate professional skills to implement platform protection, manage identity and access, secure data and applications and manage security operations.
The main areas to focus in the AZ-500 exam are –
The case study exam format uses complex scenarios that more accurately simulate what professionals do on the job. However, scenario-based questions included in the case studies are designed to test your ability to identify the critical information needed to solve a problem and then analyze and synthesize it to make decisions.
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