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  1. Microsoft Technology Associate 98-367: Security Fundamentals Christopher Chapman | Content PM , Microsoft Thomas Willingham | Content Developer, Microsoft

  2. Background IT manager and implementer focused on deploying, maintaining and optimizing networks of all sizes IT Consulting projects include Custom SharePoint for Microsoft IT, Netware/Notes migration to AD/Exchange, Transition to centralized management (250 clients) Instructor and Director of Instruction Multiple Microsoft and other industry certifications (MCP, MCTS, MCSA, MCSE, MCT) Contact christophermva@microsoft.com @ChristopherMSL Meet the Presenters Christopher Chapman, MCT Content Project Manager, Microsoft Learning

  3. Meet the Presenters Thomas Willingham Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Background • Taught the Microsoft MCSE and the Novell CNE certifications, and worked as a network consultant for almost 10 years • Courseware Author for MS Learning • Content developer for Remote Desktop Virtualization at Microsoft for the last 5 years Contact • gotthomas@microsoft.com

  4. Course Topics

  5. Setting Expectations • Target Audience • IT Help Desk staff interested in moving into Network/Systems Administration • Anyone interested in learning more about networking • Suggested Prerequisites/Supporting Material • 40349A: Windows Operating System Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-349 • 40366A: Networking Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-366 • 40365A: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-365 • Exam 98-349: Windows Operating System Fundamentals • Exam 98-366: Networking Fundamentals • Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

  6. Module 1 Understanding Security Layers Christopher Chapman | Content PM , Microsoft Thomas Willingham | Content Developer, Microsoft

  7. Module Overview • Core Security Principles • Physical Security

  8. Core Security Principles

  9. Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability (CIA) • Confidentiality • Confidentiality deals with keeping information, networks, and systems secure from unauthorized access. This can be achieved by using encryption, authentication, and access control. • Integrity • Integrity is defined as the consistency, accuracy, and validity of data or information. This can be achieve by using hashing. • Availability • Availability describes a resource being accessible to a user, application, or computer system when required.

  10. Least Privilege, Attack Surface, and Social Engineering • Least Privilege • User, systems, and applications should have no more privilege than necessary to perform their function or job. • Attack Surface • Set of methods and avenues an attacker can use to enter a system and potentially cause damage.  • Social Engineering • Method used to gain access to data, systems, or networks, primarily through misrepresentation. Relies on the trusting nature of the person being attacked.

  11. Risk Management • Responses: • Avoidance • Acceptance • Mitigation • Transfer

  12. Physical Security

  13. Physical Security • First line of defense • Achieve by using access control at different layers • Defense in Depth approach

  14. Defense in Depth

  15. External Perimeter • First line of defense surrounding office • Secured by using: • Security cameras • Parking lot lights • Perimeter fence • Gate with guard • Gate with access badge reader • Guard patrols

  16. Internal Perimeter • Once inside the building • Secured by using: • Locks (on exterior doors, internal doors, office doors, desks, filing cabinets, etc.) • Security cameras • Badge readers (on doors and elevators) • Guard desks and patrols • Smoke detectors • Turnstiles and mantraps

  17. Secure Areas • Specific potion of the building • Secured by using: • Badge readers and Keypads • Biometric technologies (e.g., fingerprint scanners, retinal scanners, voice recognition systems, etc.) • Security doors • X-ray scanners and Metal detectors • Cameras • Intrusion detection systems (light beam, infrared, microwave, and/or ultrasonic)

  18. Device Security • Servers • Locked in data centers (secure area) • Desktops • Secured to desks • Mobile Devices • Docking stations • Laptop security cables • Laptop safes • Theft recovery software • Laptop alarms

  19. Additional Resources & Next Steps www.microsoft.com/learning • Books • Exam 98-367 Security Fundamentals • Exam 98-366: MTA Networking Fundamentals • Exam Ref 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 • Instructor-Led Courses • 40349A: Windows Operating System Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-349 • 40366A: Networking Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-366 • 40365A: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-365 • 20410C: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 • Exams & Certifications • Exam 98-367: Security Fundamentals • Exam 98-349: Windows Operating System Fundamentals • Exam 98-366: Networking Fundamentals • Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals • Exam 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012