QHA7132: Windows Server Security

About Programme:

Given the fact that Windows Server is used by enterprises for data storage, applications, and communications, keeping it secured is critical. The Windows Server Security program covers essential learnings that can help users tackle some common security threats including unpatched vulnerabilities,
old and new malware, and compliance.

Highlights of the program

  • Securing and hardening Windows server
  • Securing server roles/ features
  • Exploring security vulnerabilities
  • Server security techniques:
    • Active directory configuration
    • DNS configuration
    • DHCP configuration
    • Public Key Infrastructure
    • UTM deployment

Best Suited For:

  • Security Operations (SecOps) engineers
  • Windows endpoint and server administrators.
  • Anyone who wants to learn PowerShell automation.
  • Those deploying or managing a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) or smart cards.
  • Anyone who needs to reduce malware infections.
  • Those seeking a career change to take advantage of the job opportunities in information security and need formal training/certification

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduates OR
  • One who has basic understanding of TCP/IP and other networking concepts OR anyone who has basic Windows administration knowledge OR one with basic knowledge of security concepts such as authentication and authorization.
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