Join Lisa Bock for an in-depth discussion in this video Prepare for MTA Exam 98-367, part of IT Security Foundations: Operating System Security.
- [Instructor] The Microsoft Technology Associate, or MTA is an introductory Microsoft certification that covers fundamental technology concepts. The Microsoft Technology Associate Security Fundamentals exam 98-367 covers the following: security layers, operating system security, network security, and security software. As you can see, operating system security is a key component of the exam. This course is appropriate for anyone who would like a solid overview of operating system security, including network administrators, managers, teachers, and students. Candidates are expected to have some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows-based networking, Active Directory, antimalware products, firewalls, network topologies, devices, and ports.
- Define “passphrase.”
- Recall the purpose of multifactor authentication.
- Identify the tool used in today’s Windows operating systems to secure the file system.
- Explain what happens when a file is moved into a folder with permissions.
- Name the authentication protocol used in Active Directory.
- Recognize the location of the audit logs.
- Summarize the purpose of hardening.
- Explain the purpose of cryptographic techniques.
Skill Level Beginner
IT Security Foundations: Core Conceptswith Lisa Bock1h 35m Beginner
IT Security: Key Policies and Resourceswith Gregory Michaelidis23m 44s Intermediate
1. Understand User Authentication
2. Understand Permissions
3. Dissecting Audit Policies
4. Server Protection
5. Providing email protection
6. Understand Encryption
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