If you’re working towards a career as an IT security specialist working with Microsoft Windows servers and network operating systems, the MTA Security Fundamentals course from Pitman Training is the perfect choice.
If you want to pursue a career in IT Security then this course will give you all the knowledge and skills you need to get started.
Awarded 40 CPD points upon successful completion
This highly informative course has been designed by Microsoft to give those entering the IT industry for the first time a full understanding of all of the fundamental security concepts.
You’ll gain the necessary knowledge needed to build secure Microsoft Windows Servers and Windows-based network operating systems. On top of this you’ll learn all about essential system recovery tools, creating active directories and account management.
Upon completion of this course you’ll be ready to take the Microsoft exam 98-367* and will receive a Pitman Training Course Completion certificate. With the MTA Security Fundamentals certification on your CV, you’ll be able to prove to employers that you have the skills needed to really look after security networks.
To make learning more engaging, the course includes interactive videos and a pre and post-test to identify any skill gaps in your knowledge.
* Please note that Vendor specific exams may need to be organised separately.
Session 1: Introduction, Security Principles, Threats and Risks, Authentication Fundamentals, Windows/PKI Authentication, Password Policies, User/Group Management.
Session 2: Permission Management, Auditing, Physical Security Solutions, Malware Protection, Internet Explorer, Security, Encryption Basics, Windows Encryption Technologies.
Session 3: Network Perimeter Security, Network Segmentation, NAP, Network Protocol Security, Wireless Network Security, Client Protection, Server Protection, E-mail Protection.
The aim of this course is to help you gain an understanding of the basics needed to build and secure Microsoft Windows Servers, Windows-based network operating systems, Active Directory, account management, and system recovery tools.
Although there are no formal pre-requisites required, a basic understanding of computers and working online would be advantageous prior to starting this course.
With this certification you can look towards entry-level IT careers in positions such as Junior IT Analyst, Junior IT Support Technician etc. Taking the time to further your IT training will help solidify your career with a view to working as Solutions Architect, Information Security Analyst, IT Support Technician etc.