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Welcome to our new monthly blog series featuring the latest Security, Compliance, and Identity content updates on Microsoft Learn! This is our first post, and we’re highlighting recently released updates, including a new learning path we launched during Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Starting in January, we’ll highlight new learning paths, modules, and other content updates we make each month to give you the skills you need on your learning journey.
Read on to check out some of the latest updates from our Security, Compliance, and Identity portfolio.
Introduction to cybersecurity
Knowing the fundamentals of cybersecurity is a first step toward protecting against cyberthreats. Our new learning path—Describe the basic concepts of cybersecurity—delivers foundational knowledge about cybersecurity concepts including cryptography, authentication, and authorization, along with exploring ways to protect yourself and your business from cyberattacks.
AZ – 500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
This four-part series of learning paths will equip you with the knowledge you need to take Exam AZ-500.
- AZ-500 part 1 : Manage Identity and Access
This learning path will teach you how to secure Azure solutions with Azure Active Directory, implement hybrid identity, deploy Azure AD identity protection, and configure Azure AD privileged identity management.
- AZ-500 part 2 : Implement platform protection
This learning path will teach you how to lock down the infrastructure and network resources that are running in your Azure environment.
- AZ-500 part 3 : Secure your data and applications
This learning path will teach you how to deploy and secure Azure Key Vault, configure application security features, implement storage security, and configure and manage SQL database security.
- AZ-500 part 4 : Manage security operation
This learning path will teach you how to configure and manage Azure monitor, enable, and manage Azure Security Center, and configure and monitor Azure Sentinel.
You can take Exam AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies once you have completed the learning path to earn a certification.
Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager
Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager—which is part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager—helps you protect the on-premises devices, apps, and data that the people at your organization use to stay productive. Our newest module, Understand co-management using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, provides an in-depth look at how to enable co-management based on the implementation path that best suits your organization. You’ll also:
- Learn about the benefits of co-management
- Understand the co-management prerequisites
- Learn about paths to implement co-management
We’re excited to hear how you use these updated resources on your journey to certification!