As an Azure security engineer, one's responsibilities include managing the security posture, identifying and remediating vulnerabilities, performing threat modeling, and implementing threat protection.
Exam AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
This course covers managing Azure Active Directory identities, secure access, app management, and advanced network security.
AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
This course prepares you to pass your exam by providing a comprehensive understanding of secure solutions, services, identity, and operations within the Azure platform, while also equipping you with the practical knowledge to apply these technologies in your own environment.
AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Exam Certification
This course features labs focusing on various Azure security aspects, including Azure AD, workload protection for virtual machines, Azure SQL databases, and storage accounts.
Azure Security Certification — Associate
You should gain hands-on experience in the administration of Microsoft Azure and hybrid environments. A strong familiarity with compute, network, and storage in Azure, as well as Azure Active Directory, part of Microsoft Entra, is essential for success in this field.
This certification program covers a wide range of skills, including managing identity and access, securing networking, securing compute, storage, and databases, and managing security operations. By mastering these skills, individuals will be highly-equipped to tackle the challenges of securing resources in Azure, multi-cloud, and hybrid environments.
Is it right for you?
Azure security engineers participate in responding to security incidents, working closely with architects, administrators, and developers to plan and implement solutions that meet security and compliance requirements.
This comprehensive program equips individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to ensure the security of resources in these environments, as part of an end-to-end infrastructure. By earning this credential, you’ll be better prepared to recommend and implement security components and configurations that protect identity and access, data, applications, and networks.
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