The 2-Minute Recap : Everything new with Security, Compliance, and Identity on Microsoft Learn

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Welcome to our monthly blog series featuring the latest Security, Compliance, and Identity content updates on Microsoft Learn. This month, we’re highlighting a new module focused on how to create device configuration profiles using Microsoft Endpoint Manager along with content to prepare you for our Azure Security Engineer Associate certification exam and our new Cybersecurity Architect Expert exam.


Create device configuration profiles using Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Microsoft Endpoint Manager helps you protect the devices that people in your organization use to stay productive. Our new Create device configuration profiles using Microsoft Endpoint Manager module will help you understand the capabilities of device configuration profiles available in Microsoft Endpoint Manager.


Before you embark on this module, you will need to have:


Once you begin this module, you’ll go through:


Microsoft Azure Security Engineer

Part of the requirements for our Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification, this credential is designed for security engineers that implement and manage secure cloud solutions. We recently updated our four-part learning path series to prepare candidates for Exam AZ- 500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies.  This learning path will provide instruction on how to:


Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect

If you have expertise in designing and evolving all aspects of your organization’s cybersecurity strategy, our new Microsoft Certified: Cybersecurity Architect Expert certification could be right for you. We recently released a new four-part learning path series to prepare you for Exam SC-100: Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect (beta). This learning path covers how to:


We’re excited to hear about how our content is helping you advance your skills, technical expertise, or career progression. Be sure to check out our Microsoft Security Certifications poster to get an overview of all our role-based credentials.

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