You'll learn the fundamentals of detecting digital threats on a network, combating them once they've started, and seeking out ways to prevent them from happening in the first place with Microsoft and Azure tools. This course prepares learners for the SC-200 exam, which tests familiarity with Microsoft Defender, Sentinel and Defender for Cloud.
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Microsoft Security Operations Analyst (SC-200) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Associate-level cybersecurity professionals should take this course in Microsoft security operations, particularly if they already have familiarity with network security countermeasures but haven't worked with Microsoft tools before. Analysts looking to earn certifications to boost their career should also take this course to prepare for the certifying exam for the Security Operations Analyst Associate certification.
Yes, this course is specially designed to match the test objectives of SC-200, the certifying exam for the Microsoft Certified: Security Operations Analyst Associate. But this course isn't simply about cramming information for an exam, it's largely focused on getting real-world practice and first-hand experience with the tools in safe, digital sandboxes.
If, for your job, you use Microsoft Defender for Cloud, Microsoft 365 Defender or Microsoft Sentinel, the certification you should aim for is the Microsoft Security Operations Analyst. You'll need to pass SC-200, the certifying exam that tests your ability to mitigate, identify and resolve digital network threats with those three tools.
If you're a small business owner or work in a one-person IT team, you might want to take this training so that you can learn what out-of-the-box security tools are available to you to safeguard networks. But IT professionals who are new to Microsoft, Azure, or their native security tools should take this course too.