How to Work with Threat Indicators with Microsoft Sentinel Online Training
This intermediate How to Work with Threat Indicators with Microsoft Sentinel training prepares learners to stay on top of the threats and risks to their network with intelligent threat indicators that reveal vulnerabilities and key information.
When it comes to securing networks, there are some networks that are like apartments — just one door and a few windows, so securing it is relatively easy. And then there are some networks that are like small countries — miles and miles of shared borders, a lot happening at border crossings all the time, and too many things for one person to keep an eye on. That’s where a tool like Microsoft Sentinel comes in handy.
Microsoft Sentinel is AI-powered cloud network security. It processes tons of data for you and helps highlight the things that a human needs to take a look at. This course on working with threat indicators in Microsoft Sentinel shows you how to set up the parameters for that AI. Learn advanced network security with this course.
Once you're done with this Microsoft Azure skills training, you'll know how to stay on top of the threats and risks to your network with intelligent threat indicators that reveal vulnerabilities and key information.
For IT managers, this Microsoft Azure training can be used to onboard new junior security admins, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft Azure reference resource.
How to Work with Threat Indicators with Microsoft Sentinel: What You Need to Know
For any junior security admin looking to improve their proficiency with security, this Microsoft Azure course covers topics such as:
- Detecting threats with threat indicator-based analytics
- Generating security alerts based on your rules and threat indicators
- Viewing and managing your threat intelligence
- Visualizing key information about your network and threat intelligence
Who Should Take How to Work with Threat Indicators with Microsoft Sentinel Training?
This How to Work with Threat Indicators with Microsoft Sentinel training is considered associate-level Microsoft Azure training, which means it was designed for junior security admins. This security information and event management (SIEM) skills course is designed for junior security admins with one to two years of experience with security.
New or aspiring junior security admins. Learning to work with threat indicators inside Microsoft Sentinel is a specialized skill set. If you work on a network that's secured by Microsoft Sentinel, it's an excellent topic for new security administrators to learn. Stay ahead of your peers in security administration with specialized training like this.
Experienced junior security admins. Good security administrators are marked by their talent in leveraging all the tools and technologies they have at their disposal. This Microsoft Sentinel threat indicator training will ensure security administrators with a few years of experience know how to leverage one of the most powerful AI security technologies on the market.