Confident in your understanding of the Microsoft cybersecurity stack? Taking and passing the Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500) exam can help you validate your skills—and, in turn, give your IT career a boost. In this course, instructor Pete Zerger lays out what you need to know to tackle the fourth domain of the AZ-500 exam: Securing Data and Applications. Pete takes a deep dive into the concepts covered in the second half of domain four, including how to configure encryption for data at rest, configure security features to protect web apps, and manage access to Key Vault. When coupled with Azure Security Technologies: Policy and Data Infrastructure—which covers the first half of the Securing Data and Applications domain—this course can help ensure that you walk into the test center feeling prepared to tackle this key portion of the exam.
- [Pete] Cybersecurity is a skillset very much in demand today and the Microsoft cybersecurity stack is a hot topic. Certification with the AZ-500 exam is a great way to showcase your expertise and advance your career. And the best way to ace an exam is to actually learn how the features and concepts that will appear on that exam really work, enabling you to reason your way through any scenario you face. And that will be our focus in this course. And I am here to make sure you walk into that testing center feeling prepared. We'll cover the skills tested mentioned in the Secure Data and Applications domain, the fourth domain of the AZ-500 exam. This course is actually the second half of the fourth domain, which includes data at rest, app security, and Key Vault. Hi, I'm Pete Zerger, consultant, speaker, author, and Microsoft MVP, and I am excited to take you on this journey in the fourth of five exam prep courses in the series for Microsoft's AZ-500 security exam here on LinkedIn Learning. Are you ready? Then get your coffee, put on your headphones, and let's do this.