This course covers hardening your cloud infrastructure against unwanted access. This course teaches you the basic concepts around cloud infrastructure security postures, how the design of a data center can affect whether or not it will be secure, and how to use the advanced settings and configs that when applied, make your cloud more secure.
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Cloud Security Training: Hardening Cloud Infrastructure FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
If your job has anything to do with securing a cloud or access to the cloud, you should take this course. This course assumes a basic level of knowledge in cloud administration, but also goes back over cloud infrastructure concepts to show how you can harden and secure your cloud network properly from the design phase.
The material on this course is designed with the information on the ISACA certification exam for the CISA cert in mind, but isn't itself meant to be a standalone training resource for someone preparing for the CISA. Also, you don't need to be planning on earning a certification to benefit from this cloud hardening course.
Since the information in this cloud security course about hardening your cloud infrastructure is drawn from ISACA lessons, you could start working toward an ISACA certification after taking it. The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exam includes information on this course, as does the exam for Certificate of Cloud Auditing Knowledge (CCAK).
You should take this cloud security training because hardening your cloud infrastructure is an ongoing task that starts in the design and requirements phase and extends throughout the entire lifecycle of the cloud network. Learning to harden a cloud network gives you valuable skills in cloud administration that you'll keep using at every step of your career.