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AWS Certified Security - Specialty Complete Video Course (Video Training)

AWS Certified Security - Specialty Complete Video Course (Video Training)

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  • Copyright 2019
  • Edition: 1st
  • Premium Edition Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-577210-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-577210-2

6+ Hours of Video Instruction 
 

Overview
The AWS Certified Security-Specialty Complete Video Course is an all-in-one resource to study for and ace the AWS Certified Security Specialty exam. Chad Smith, expert author and trainer, targets the exam logistics and provides detailed demonstrations, examples, and case studies pertaining to all five question domains. In the 11 lessons in this course, you will dive into every exam topic, learning concepts and seeing demos. Each lesson also ends with a walkthrough of sample questions so you can see what an exam looks and feels like along with finding expert advice for how to solve exam problems.


AWS certifications are among the most sought-after in the technology sector, and the certification exams cover a wide range of services, technologies, and implementation patterns. The Security - Specialty certification is not an entry-level exam and the questions reflect the difficulty required to fully test the holistic knowledge of AWS security professionals.


Chad Smith has made an extensive career of AWS and cloud security and is uniquely qualified as an AWS architect and experienced system administrator to impart his knowledge of the AWS Certified Security-Specialty exam.


Topics include
Module 1: AWS Certified Security — Specialty Basics
Module 2: Incident Response
Module 3: Logging and Monitoring
Module 4: Infrastructure Security
Module 5: Identity and Access Management
Module 6: Data Protection
Module 7: Next Steps


Skill Level
Intermediate/Advanced


Learn How To
* Interpret the everyday skills you have in AWS security and apply them to the five domains of the exam
* Apply tried-and-true study techniques specific to the AWS Certified Security — Specialty exam
* Use case studies to determine the correct security responses for various incidents involving broken monitoring situations, automated log management, and complex implementation scenarios
* Use several IAM policy examples, and troubleshoot a series of broken permissions examples
* Enable server-side encryption for CloudWatch logs
* Implement end-to-end encryption for an application infrastructure


Who Should Take This Course
AWS security professionals seeking to advance their career and prove their knowledge and experience by adding the AWS Certified Security — Specialty certification to their CV.


Course Requirements
* Basic knowledge of AWS security concepts
* Basic knowledge of general security concepts


Module Descriptions
Module 1 consists of a single lesson that introduces the Security - Specialty certification. It details the prerequisites and skills required to be a successful candidate for certification.


Module 2 is the first discussion of the official exam content and is a single lesson covering the first of the five question domains, called “Incident Response.”


Module 3 consists of two lessons, collectively covering the second exam question domain called “Logging and Monitoring.” This broad topic is split into Lesson 3, “Security Monitoring,” and Lesson 4, “Logging Solutions.”


Module 4 has two lessons covering the third exam question domain, “Infrastructure Security.” Lesson 5 explains securing AWS from global and regional perspectives, and Lesson 6 goes through host-based security and troubleshooting issues.


Module 5 has two lessons to cover the fourth exam question domain, “Identity and Access Management.” Lesson 7 details the mechanisms for permissions and roles. Lesson 8 discusses federation and resource-based access control.


Module 6 is made up of two lessons, covering the fifth and final exam question domain, “Data Protection.” Lesson 9 is all about key management for encryption and authentication, and Lesson 10 discusses data encryption methods, both at rest and in transit.


Module 7 covers next steps toward certification. The single lesson in this module, Lesson 11, is full of resources and strategies for passing the exam.


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Video Lessons are available for download for offline viewing within the streaming format. Look for the green arrow in each lesson.

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Module 1 AWS Certified Security — Specialty Basics
Lesson 1 AWS Certified Security — Specialty Basics
Module 2 Incident Response
Lesson 2 Incident Response
Module 3 Logging and Monitoring
Lesson 3 Security Monitoring
Lesson 4 Logging Solutions
Module 4 Infrastructure Security
Infrastructure Security Part 1
Infrastructure Security Part 2
Module 5 Identity and Access Management
Lesson 7 Permission and Roles
Lesson 8 Federation and Resource-based Access Control
Module 6 Data Protection
Lesson 9 Key Management
Lesson 10 Data Encryption At-rest and in Transit
Module 7 Next Steps
Lesson 11 Next Steps

Module Descriptions

Module 1 consists of a single lesson that introduces the Security - Specialty certification. It details the prerequisites and skills required to be a successful candidate for certification.


Module 2 is the first discussion of the official exam content and is a single lesson covering the first of the five question domains, called “Incident Response.”


Module 3 consists of two lessons, collectively covering the second exam question domain called “Logging and Monitoring.” This broad topic is split into Lesson 3, “Security Monitoring,” and Lesson 4, “Logging Solutions.”


Module 4 has two lessons covering the third exam question domain, “Infrastructure Security.” Lesson 5 explains securing AWS from global and regional perspectives, and Lesson 6 goes through host-based security and troubleshooting issues.


Module 5 has two lessons to cover the fourth exam question domain, “Identity and Access Management.” Lesson 7 details the mechanisms for permissions and roles. Lesson 8 discusses federation and resource-based access control.


Module 6 is made up of two lessons, covering the fifth and final exam question domain, “Data Protection.” Lesson 9 is all about key management for encryption and authentication, and Lesson 10 discusses data encryption methods, both at rest and in transit.


Module 7 covers next steps toward certification. The single lesson in this module, Lesson 11, is full of resources and strategies for passing the exam.


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