This learning path is designed to help you and your team prepare for the AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies exam. Even if you aren’t planning to take the exam, these courses and hands-on labs will help you get started on your way to deploying and managing Microsoft Azure security technologies.
The AZ-500 exam is part of Microsoft’s new role-based certification program. Candidates who pass the AZ-500 exam will earn the Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification.
The AZ-500 exam tests your knowledge in four different subject areas, and that’s how this learning path is structured. We’ll start with managing identities and access. Next, we’ll get into implementing platform protection, which will include topics like Network Security Groups, Azure Firewalls, Container Security, and much more. You will then learn about managing security options using tools like Azure Monitor, the Azure Security Center, and Log Analytics. Rounding out the learning path, you’ll learn how to secure data and applications by configuring security policies, enabling auditing, leveraging Key Vault, and many other topics.
- Manage Azure identity and access
- Implement Azure platform protection
- Manage Azure security operations
- Secure data and applications on Azure
- IT professionals who want to become Azure Security Engineers
- IT professionals preparing for Microsoft’s AZ-500 exam
- Moderate to strong knowledge of most Azure offerings
- Understanding of basic IT security principles
Learning Path Steps
This introduction to the Microsoft Azure Security Technologies learning path gives an overview of the requirements for the Microsoft AZ-500 exam and how they will be covered.
In this course, you'll learn how to implement and deploy identity management on Azure to better protect your organization with this expertly instructed training content.
In this course, you'll learn how to implement Multi-Factor Authentication on Azure.
This course explains what Azure AD Privileged Identity Management is and what it offers and works through the deployment of PIM and how it works with multi-factor authentication.
This course explains how to configure security for your containers and virtual machines in Microsoft Azure.
In this course, you'll learn how to manage subscriptions and resource groups in Azure.
In this course, you'll learn about Azure Role-Based Access Control and gain skills to allow you to manage access to resources in Azure.
Learn Role Based access control for the Microsoft Azure Cloud
This course looks into how to capture log data and metrics from Azure services and feed this information into different locations for processing.
Learn to leverage Azure Monitor to diagnose application and infrastructure with logs, query logs with Azure log queries, and leverage alerts and action groups
In this course, you'll learn how to create and manage encryption keys in Azure, prevent and respond to security threats to Azure resources, and configure access to Azure applications.
Take advantage of automatic security audits and recommendations to secure your cloud with Azure Security Center in this Lab.
Through a combination of both theory and practical demonstrations, this course teaches how to implement Azure network security.
Follow along with this hands-on lab and learn how to deploy and configure Azure Firewall and create route tables.
This course covers the protection of your data from external and internal threats.
Learn about SSL/TLS best practices and a variety of tools in the SSL/TLS toolkit to help ensure your deployments are configured as you expect them to be.
This course provides you with a basic understanding of all of the key security options and features available in Microsoft Azure.
Learn about Azure Key Vault to store keys/secrets used for encrypting an Azure Virtual Machine in a hands-on Lab environment
This brief video provides a review of what you've learned throughout the Microsoft Azure Security Technologies learning path.
Cert Prep: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500)
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