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Clinic 2801: Microsoft® Security Guidance Training I

Self-Paced
Course
Audience(s): IT Professional
Technology: Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Language: English
Published: 14-Oct-2005
Completion Time: 6 Hours
Available Offline: Yes
Introduction
This online clinic provides students with introductory knowledge and skills essential for the design and implementation of a secure computing environment. It also provides students with prescriptive guidance on security update management and best practices for implementing security on Microsoft Windows® server and client computers.
Audience:IT Pro
Objectives
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
  • Establish the business case for security.
  • Apply the Security Risk Management Discipline (SRMD).
  • Use multiple layers of defense to minimize the possibility of successful attacks against an organization.
  • Respond effectively to security incidents.
  • Describe specific attack scenarios and implement measures to combat them.
  • Implement best practices for maximizing the security of a networked environment.
  • Use patch management tools and processes to implement. a patch management in their organizations.
  • Understand the basic server security principles.
  • Use active directory objects to manage server security.
  • Apply the Windows 2003 Security Guide templates for server hardening.
  • Manage domain controller policy settings.
  • Harden infrastructure servers by using service startup settings.
  • Understand the requirements for securing client computers in different server environments.
  • Implement best practices for clients in high-security environments.
  • Increase security for stand-alone clients.
  • Use Software Restriction Policies to manage application security for computers in an organization.