This is an entry-level cybersecurity course that specifically addresses how Microsoft Windows and Microsoft products use security, compliance and identity (also called SCI) to protect users. You'll learn the concepts of SCI, the capabilities of Microsoft security tools and solutions, and what compliance solutions look like in the Microsoft ecosystem.
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19 HOURS OF TRAINING
0 VIRTUAL LABS
1 PRACTICE EXAM
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Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals (SC-900) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Literally anyone could take this Microsoft security, compliance and identity fundamentals course and be better at their job the next day. It's not just about cybersecurity administration, it covers broad topics in network and device security that a student, non-technical professional, brand-new IT professional, or experienced veteran can use to keep their network and device safer.
Yes, what you learn on this Microsoft security, compliance and identity course matches up perfectly with what you need to know to pass the certifying exam for Microsoft Certified: Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals. Earning that entry-level cybersecurity certification takes passing the SC-900, which this course is designed to prepare you for.
You don't have to earn any certification after you take this course in Microsoft security, compliance and identity. You can just put what you learn from the course to use right away. But if a certification would help your career, the best one to start with is Microsoft Certified: Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals.
You should take this course because keeping your network and your devices safe is ultimately your own responsibility. Yes, there's a lot of technology standing between you and bad actors, but you have the power to deactivate or circumvent that tech, and this security, compliance and identity training will show you how to be a responsible tech user.