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  • Copyright 2022
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-770204-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-770204-6

9+ Hours of Video Instruction

Includes coverage of the September 2021 exam updates!
Prepare for Microsoft Exam AZ-500 and demonstrate your knowledge of Azure security controls that protect identity, access, data, applications, and networks in cloud and hybrid environments as part of an end-to-end infrastructure.


Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Azure Solutions Architect Tim Warner walks you through what to expect on the AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies exam. The new Azure certifications are aligned to industry job roles; earning Azure certification both validates your specific Azure skill set and increases your value in today's crowded IT job market.
Think of the news you've read lately regarding data breaches and ransomware attacks. Knowing how to secure applications and data in the cloud is a business necessity these days, as well as a lucrative job skill. Azure Security Engineer is a popular Microsoft certification for both IT newcomers and veterans. Exam AZ-500 has a reputation as a challenging exam because of the breadth and depth of its content. This training course covers every Exam AZ-500 objective and provides just what you need to pass in a friendly, approachable, and logical way.

Skill Level

  • Intermediate to Advanced

What You Will Learn
  • Complete your AZ-500 exam preparation with confidence
  • Manage identity and access to Azure enforcing least-privilege security
  • Implement Azure platform protection
  • Manage security operations in your Azure environment
  • Secure data and applications

Who Should Take This Course
  • Certification candidates preparing for exam AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
  • Any Microsoft certification candidate interested in learning the Azure Security Engineer skill set
  • Any IT professional looking to understand how Microsoft Azure institutes information security

Course Requirements

  • Candidates for this exam should have practical experience in administration of Azure and hybrid environments.
  • Candidates should have experience with infrastructure as code, security operations processes, cloud capabilities, and Azure services.

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Sample Content

Table of Contents


Module 1: Manage Identity and Access

Lesson 1: Manage Azure AD Identities
1.1 Create and manage a managed identity for Azure resources
1.2 Manage Azure AD groups
1.3 Manage Azure AD users
1.4 Manage external identities by using Azure AD
1.5 Manage administrative units
Lesson 2: Manage Azure AD Secure Access
2.1 Configure Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
2.2 Implement Conditional Access policies, including multifactor authentication
2.3 Implement Azure AD Identity Protection
2.4 Implement passwordless authentication
2.5 Configure access reviews
Lesson 3: Manage Application Access
3.1 Integrate single sign-on (SSO) and identity providers for authentication
3.2 Create an app registration
3.3 Configure app registration permission scopes
3.4 Manage app registration permission consent
3.5 Manage API permissions to Azure subscriptions and resources
3.6 Configure an authentication method for a service principal
Lesson 4: Manage Access Control
4.1 Configure Azure role permissions for management groups, subscriptions, resource groups, and resources
4.2 Interpret role and resource permissions
4.3 Assign built-in Azure AD roles
4.4 Create and assign custom roles, including Azure roles and Azure AD roles

Module 2: Implement Platform Protection

Lesson 5: Implement Azure Firewall Security
5.1 Secure the connectivity of hybrid networks
5.2 Secure the connectivity of virtual networks
5.3 Create and configure Azure Firewall
5.4 Create and configure Azure Firewall Manager
Lesson 6: Implement Network Load Balancer Security
6.1 Create and configure Azure Application Gateway
6.2 Create and configure Azure Front Door
6.3 Create and configure Web Application Firewall (WAF)
Lesson 7: Implement Storage and Application Security
7.1 Configure a resource firewall, including storage account, Azure SQL, Azure Key Vault, or Azure App Service
7.2 Configure network isolation for Web Apps and Azure Functions
7.3 Implement Azure service endpoints
Lesson 8: Implement Virtual Network Security
8.1 Implement Azure Private Endpoints, including integrating with other services
8.2 Implement Azure Private Links
8.3 Implement Azure DDoS Protection
Lesson 9: Configure Advanced Security for Compute
9.1 Configure Azure Endpoint Protection for virtual machines (VMs)
9.2 Implement and manage security updates for VMs
9.3 Configure security for container services
9.4 Manage access to Azure Container Registry
Lesson 10: Configure Data Encryption
10.1 Configure security for serverless compute
10.2 Configure security for an Azure App Service
10.3 Configure encryption at rest
10.4 Configure encryption in transit

Module 3: Manage Security Operations

Lesson 11: Configure Centralized Policy Management
11.1 Configure a custom security policy
11.2 Create a policy initiative
11.3 Configure security settings and auditing by using Azure Policy
Lesson 12: Configure and Manage Threat Protection
12.1 Configure Azure Defender for Servers (not including Microsoft Defender for Endpoint)
12.2 Evaluate vulnerability scans from Azure Defender
12.3 Configure Azure Defender for SQL
12.4 Use the Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool
Lesson 13: Configure and Manage Security Monitoring Solutions
13.1 Create and customize alert rules by using Azure Monitor
13.2 Configure diagnostic logging and log retention by using Azure Monitor
13.3 Monitor security logs by using Azure Monitor
13.4 Create and customize alert rules in Azure Sentinel
13.5 Configure connectors in Azure Sentinel
13.6 Evaluate alerts and incidents in Azure Sentinel

Module 4: Secure Data and Applications

Lesson 14: Configure Security for Storage
14.1 Configure access control for storage accounts
14.2 Configure storage account access keys
14.3 Configure Azure AD authentication for Azure Storage and Azure Files
14.4 Configure delegated access
Lesson 15: Configure Security for Data
15.1 Enable database authentication by using Azure AD
15.2 Enable database auditing
15.3 Configure dynamic masking on SQL workloads
15.4 Implement database encryption for Azure SQL Database
15.5 Implement network isolation for data solutions, including Azure Synapse Analytics and Azure Cosmos DB
Lesson 16: Configure and Manage Azure Key Vault
16.1 Create and configure Key Vault
16.2 Configure access to Key Vault
16.3 Manage certificates, secrets, and keys
16.4 Configure key rotation
16.5 Configure backup and recovery of certificates, secrets, and keys



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