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Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals: 98-367

Wireless security, VPNs, network access protection, Internet Security, viruses & spyware, man-in-the-middle attacks...

4.29 (469 reviews)

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7 hours

Content

Jan 2021

Last Update
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What you will learn

Master IT Security Concepts

Learn about on-line threats

Understand permissions, passwords and security policies

Find out how to fight malware

Physical Security

Discover how to protect your Server

Learn Public Key Infrastucture (PKI) And Certificates

Protect your identity on-line

Learn about firewalls and network security

Discover Windows 7 and Windows 8 security solutions

Set up a real access point

Understand wireless security


Description

Wherever there is a network, wired or wireless; there are threats.

Security is undeniably one of the most important components to every company's network: viruses, encryption, spam, permissions, wireless, passwords, firewalls, policies...

Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is a recommended entry point into IT certification. Pass just one exam and you’ll earn a certification!

This training will show you a detailed example and explanation of a man-in-the-middle attack including sniffing of passwords!

You will also learn:

·Fundamentals of Security Layers
·How to remove viruses and spyware
·Windows Operating System Security
·Network Security (firewalls, UTM, VPNs)
·Security Software Solutions
·Wireless security
·Troubleshooting tools and tips
·Quizzes to help you pass the exam

The course is perfect for anyone who seeks to learn the security fundamentals.

Contents and Overview

In over 5 hours of content including more than 60 lectures this course covers the basics of Microsoft Security Fundamentals. Each chapter closes with a quiz to make sure you can practice exam questions and test your knowledge before moving to the next section.

We start from scratch discussing Security Layers, RADIUS Server, how to manage users and passwords in Windows Server and Network Access Protection.

There is a section dedicated to Security Software where you will understand how to protect a Client, Email and Server.

Stand out from the crowd, learn security fundamentals and pass the MTA exam.

Join now!


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Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals: 98-367
Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals: 98-367
Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals: 98-367
Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals: 98-367

Content

Course Introduction

Welcome!

Why MTA Security Fundamentals?

Challenge: Hackers

Challenge Walkthrough: Hackers

Security Layers

What To Expect In This Section?

Core Security Principles - Part 1

Core Security Principles - Part 2

The Principle of Least Privilege

Social Engineering

Man-In-The-Middle Attacks - introduction part 1

Man-In-The-Middle Attacks - introduction part 2

A Man-In-The-Middle Attack In Action With Cain&Able

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer

Physical Security

Mobile Devices Security

Overview of Internet Security

Internet Explorer Security Zones

Tips That Can Help You Protect Your Privacy

Overview of Wireless Security

Let's configure a real router and access point

Wireless Too Slow?

Wireless Security tips by Symantec

Quiz 1

Let's Summarize This Section

Operating System Security

What To Expect In This Section?

User Authentication

Let's Check A Real Radius Server

Public Key Infrastucture (PKI) And Certificates

Certificates and how to use them

How To Manage Users And Passwords In Windows Server

NTFS Permissions

Shares And Permissions In Action

Run-as explained

Password Policies

Audit Policies

Bitlocker explained

Malware And What You Can Do About It

Removing a virus - tips and applications to use

Installing and tweaking an antivirus application - a lab

The best antivirus - Dennis Technology Labs tests and reviews

Quiz 2

Let's Summarize This Section

Network Security

What To Expect In This Section?

Why Do We Need A Firewall?

Let's Check Out A Real Firewall And UTM

How to buy a decent firewall? E-book

Oh no... my network is under attack!!!

How a firewall can stop a virus

Network Access Protection

What is a VLAN?

What is a DMZ?

A real world example of VLANs and DMZ

Introduction to IPSec

IPSec in action

Names Resolution. DNS concepts

How to use Wireshark to caputer network traffic

How to start with a UTM? E-book

Quiz 3

Let's Summarize This Section

Security Software

What To Expect In This Section?

Client Protection

User Access Control

Email Protection

Phishing - examples

Server protection

Quiz 4

Course Wrap Up

More About IPsec

Bonus video - encryption

Let's Summarize Our Training

Bonus video - How to use GPOs to make your server more secure

Bonus video - a S2S VPN on a Cisco router

Bonus video - remote support tools

Remote VPN Access

NEW: The SHA1 Function is now Dead !

More About Wireless Security


Reviews

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Paul27 August 2020

The instructor's way of speaking could use some improvement. It doesn't fit my way of learning so I hope others actually learned from this course

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Jayden25 June 2020

I really am surprised..! It's easy to follow the steps while learning a lot about it! I bet this will lead me to a way higher place in Cyber Security! Amazing course!

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KLab5 November 2019

The trainer was good but very slow in talking. Had to watch the complete course in fast forward mode.

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Nicholas4 February 2019

Slow, does not seem on topic. First couple videos could be done in one surely. Lecturer is very hard to follow

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John30 October 2018

Marious was awesome. Even though he has have an accent...don't let that stop you. His explanation of the subject matter is clear and concise. I passed my exam with only having watched this course and MVA's free course with Chirstopher Chapman and Thomas Willingham.

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Tomasz5 September 2018

Tak. Jest rzeczowy i interesujący. Można by go trochę zmodyfikować ale zawiera wystarczające informacje.

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Kamil24 July 2018

This is next course from you, which had a really good impact on me. You made MTA Securicy subject easy-to-understand! Thank you!

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Pola25 June 2018

This course is very well structured and easy to follow. Lectures are competently organised, clearly presented and informative. Tutor is also very engaging. Extremely happy with this course ! I would definitely recommend it !

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Alexander14 June 2018

Fantastic class, I passed my exam with flying colors!!! Mr. Marious is very knowledgeable in this subject and give real world examples of what to expect in the office or at home. Highly recommended.

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AJ13 June 2018

Instructor was concise, to the point and explained the subject matter in a cool, calm, collected way which made it easy to grasp. Thanks Prof!

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Aga11 June 2018

Good course about security. I learnt a lot of useful things. I exceed my knowledge with your courses. I totally recommend!!

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Gabriel1 January 2018

It is very refreshing to view a course as complicated as MTA Security and have Marious explain it in a very easy to understand format. Some courses throw you right into the subject matter and continue at a very fast pace. Yet Marious brings in everything little by little and at a very comfortable learning speed. I also enjoy the challenges he offers within his courses to help drill in the material. Overall I really enjoy watching this course and find a lot of value in it. Thanks again to a very well made course.

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Lawrence1 January 2018

A very useful course for anybody wanting to learn about security fundamentals or brush up on their knowledge.

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Alan27 December 2017

For the most part, this is a good video series with the instructor giving solid information. I would recommend this as a starting point for anyone looking into MTA Fundamentals. A few times during the video, though, the instructor rattled off some topics, stating we should look them up as they might be on the exam. If they might be on the exam, then go through those topics.

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Craig22 October 2017

Simply put, this course is too basic. There is not enough material to pass the exam. This is "you get what you pay for." I would value this course at $15.


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