Microsoft’s Security Fundamentals MTA Exam 98-367 is designed for candidates who are seeking to prove their core computer and network security skills and begin to open doors of opportunity in the Information Technology space.
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is an introductory Microsoft certification for individuals considering a career in technology. MTA certification addresses a wide spectrum of fundamental technical concepts, assesses and validates your core technical knowledge, and enhances your technical credibility.
The Security Fundamentals exam tests your broad, foundational knowledge of the various technologies and options when securing servers, workstations, and networks.
In this course, Mark Long helps you to understand the core security technologies and functionalities that you need to understand. Understanding the core technologies, their functionalities, and how they fit into the big picture of implementing a security infrastructure are an excellent first step in beginning a career in Information Technology. Mark brings over 25 years of real world experience along as he helps you learn what you need to know to prepare for the 98-367 MTA exam.
What You’ll Learn:
· Understanding Security Layers
· Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
· Understanding Security Policies
· Understanding Network Security
· Protecting the Server and Client