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- The course is for security professionals who work with organizational stakeholders to secure the organization's information systems
- Professionals responsible for finding a solution towards threat management, security monitoring, and response in the security environment can take the course
- Learners and professionals working with Microsoft 365 Defender, Azure Defender and any third-party security product
- Security Operations Analysts responsible for the deployment of various technology and security solutions can consume the best of knowledge from the tools covered in the course
After the competition of the course, professionals can:
- Explain the working of Microsoft Defender for endpoint
- Create attack surface reduction strategy
- Administer the Microsoft Defender for endpoint
- Take action on the device with the use of Microsoft Defender
- Investigate user accounts, IP addresses and domains in Microsoft Defender for endpoint
- Configure the settings of alert messages in Microsoft 365 Defender
- Conduct hunting and manage incidents in Microsoft 365 defender
- Investigate DLP alert
- Understand the actions to be taken in insider risk management
- Configure auto provisioning and remediate alerts in Microsoft Defender for Cloud.
- Construct KQL statements
- Filter search and extract data using KQL
- Manage Microsoft Sentinel and use KQL to access the same.
- Understand threats in Microsoft Sentinel
- Hunt threats and observe threats over a given time period
- Configure log analytics
- Connect Azure Windows virtual machines and Microsoft sentinel.
- The learners should be familiar with Azure virtual machines.
- The course requires to have a foundational understanding of scripting concepts and Microsoft 365
- Learners and professionals should have a basic understanding of Microsoft security, identity products and compliance.
- Should possess an intermediate understanding of Windows 10.
- Should be familiar with Azure services, Azure storage and, specifically, Azure SQL Database
Virtual Instructor-led Sessions
- Instructor-led Online Training
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured Training Material
- 24*7 Leaner Assistance And Support
Customized According To Team's Requirements
- Customized Training According to Requirements
- Instructor-Led Skill Development Program
- Ensure Maximum ROI for Corporates
- 24*7 Learner Assistance and Support
A. Understand Microsoft 365 Defender solution by domain
B. Understand Microsoft 365 Defender's role in a Modern SOC
A. Manage incidents in Microsoft 365 Defender
B. Investigate incidents in Microsoft 365 Defender
C. Conduct advanced hunting in Microsoft 365 Defender
A. Describe the features of Azure Active Directory Identity Protection
B. Describe the investigation and remediation features of Azure Active Directory Identity Protection
A. Define the capabilities of Microsoft Defender for Office 365
B. Understand how to simulate attacks within your network
C. Explain how Microsoft Defender for Office 365 can remediate risks in your environment
A. Define the capabilities of Microsoft Defender for Identity
B. Understand how to configure Microsoft Defender for Identity sensors
C. Explain how Microsoft Defender for Identity can remediate risks in your environment
A. Define the Defender for Cloud Apps framework
B. Explain how Cloud Discovery helps you see what's going on in your organization.
C. Understand how to use Conditional Access App Control policies to control access to the apps in your organization.
A. Describe data loss prevention (DLP) components in Microsoft 365
B. Investigate DLP alerts in the Microsoft Purview compliance portal
C. Investigate DLP alerts in Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps
A. Explain how Microsoft Purview Insider Risk Management can help prevent, detect, and contain internal risks in an organization.
B. Describe the types of built-in, pre-defined policy templates
C. List the prerequisites that need to be met before creating insider risk policies
D. Explain the types of actions you can take on an insider risk management case
A. Define the capabilities of Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Understand how to hunt threats within your network
C. Explain how Microsoft Defender for Endpoint can remediate risks in your environment
A. Create a Microsoft Defender for the Endpoint environment
B. Onboard devices are to be monitored by Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
C. Configure Microsoft Defender for Endpoint environment settings
A. Explain Attack Surface Reduction in Windows
B. Enable Attack Surface Reduction rules on Windows 10 devices
C. Configure Attack Surface Reduction rules on Windows 10 devices
A. Use the device page in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Describe device forensics information collected by Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
C. Describe behavioural blocking by Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Perform actions on a device using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Conduct forensics data collection using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
C. Access devices remotely using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Investigate files in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Investigate domains and IP addresses in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
C. Investigate user accounts in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Configure advanced features of Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Manage automation settings in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Configure alert settings in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Manage indicators in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Describe Vulnerability Management in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
B. Identify vulnerabilities on your devices with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
C. Track emerging threats in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
A. Describe Microsoft Defender for Cloud features
B. Microsoft Defender for Cloud workload protections
C. Enable Microsoft Defender for Cloud
D. Labs: Microsoft Defender for Cloud interactive guide
A. Explore Azure assets
B. Configure auto-provisioning in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
C. Describe manual provisioning in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
A. Connect non-Azure machines to Microsoft Defender for Cloud
B. Connect AWS accounts to Microsoft Defender for Cloud
C. Connect GCP accounts to Microsoft Defender for Cloud
A. Describe Microsoft Defender for Cloud features.
B. Explain the Microsoft Defender for Cloud security posture management protections for your resources.
A. Explain which workloads are protected by Microsoft Defender for Cloud
B. Describe the benefits of the protections offered by Microsoft Defender for Cloud
C. Explain how Microsoft Defender for Cloud protection function
A. Describe alerts in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
B. Remediate alerts in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
C. Automate responses in Microsoft Defender for Cloud
A. Construct KQL statements
B. Search log files for security events using KQL
C. Filter searches based on event time, severity, domain, and other relevant data using KQL
A. Summarize data using KQL statements
B. Render visualizations using KQL statements
A. Create queries using unions to view results across multiple tables using KQL.
B. Merge two tables with the join operator using KQL
A. Extract data from unstructured string fields using KQL
B. Extract data from structured string data using KQL
C. Create Functions using KQL
A. Identify the various components and functionality of Microsoft Sentinel
B. Identify use cases where Microsoft Sentinel would be a good solution
A. Describe Microsoft Sentinel workspace architecture
B. Install Microsoft Sentinel workspace
C. Manage a Microsoft Sentinel workspace
A. Use the Logs page to view data tables in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Query the most used tables using Microsoft Sentinel
A. Create a watchlist in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Use KQL to access the watchlist in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Manage threat indicators in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Use KQL to access threat indicators in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Explain the use of data connectors in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Describe the Microsoft Sentinel data connector providers
C. Explain the Common Event Format and Syslog connector differences in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Connect Microsoft service connectors
B. Explain how connectors auto-create incidents in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Activate the Microsoft 365 Defender connector in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Activate the Microsoft Defender for Cloud connector in Microsoft Sentinel
C. Activate the Microsoft Defender for IoT connector in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Connect Azure Windows Virtual Machines to Microsoft Sentinel
B. Connect non-Azure Windows hosts to Microsoft Sentinel
C. Configure Log Analytics agent to collect Sysmon events
A. Explain the Common Event Format connector deployment options in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Run the deployment script for the Common Event Format connector
A. Describe the Syslog connector deployment options in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Run the connector deployment script to send data to Microsoft Sentinel
C. Configure the Log Analytics agent integration for Microsoft Sentinel
D. Create a parse using KQL in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Configure the TAXII connector in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Configure the Threat Intelligence Platform connector in Microsoft Sentinel
C. View threat indicators in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Explain the importance of Microsoft Sentinel Analytics
B. Explain different types of analytics rules
C. Create rules from templates
D. Create new analytics rules and queries using the analytics rule wizard
E. Manage rules with modifications
A. Explain automation options in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Create automation rules in Microsoft Sentinel.
A. Explain Microsoft Sentinel SOAR capabilities
B. Explore the Microsoft Sentinel Logic Apps connector
C. Create a playbook to automate an incident response
D. Run a playbook on demand in response to an incident
E. Labs: Create a Microsoft Sentinel playbook
A. Understand Microsoft Sentinel incident management
B. Explore Microsoft Sentinel evidence and entity management
C. Investigate and manage incident resolution
D. Labs: Investigate an incident
A. Explain User and Entity Behavior Analytics in Azure Sentinel
B. Explore entities in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Use ASIM Parsers
B. Create ASIM Parser
C. Create parameterized KQL functions
A. Visualize security data using Microsoft Sentinel Workbooks
B. Understand how queries work
C. Explore workbook capabilities
D. Create a Microsoft Sentinel Workbook
E. Labs: Query and visualize data with Microsoft Sentinel Workbooks
F. Labs: Visualize data using Microsoft Sentinel Workbooks
A. Install a content hub solution in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Connect a GitHub repository to Microsoft Sentinel
A. Describe threat-hunting concepts for use with Microsoft Sentinel
B. Define a threat-hunting hypothesis for use in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Use queries to hunt for threats
B. Save key findings with bookmarks
C. Observe threats over time with Livestream
D. Labs: Hunt for threats by using Microsoft Sentinel
A. Use Search Jobs in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Restore archive logs in Microsoft Sentinel
A. Explore API libraries for advanced threat hunting in Microsoft Sentinel
B. Describe notebooks in Microsoft Sentinel
C. Create and use notebooks in Microsoft Sentinel
SC-200T00: Microsoft Security Operations Analyst is a four days expert-led course that provides you with the concepts of threat identification, monitoring and response with the use of Microsoft 365 Defender, Microsoft Sentinel, Microsoft Defender for cloud and other third-party security tools.
The learner must have a prior understanding of Azure virtual machine, Microsoft 365, Microsoft security and compliance, Azure services, Azure storage and specifically Azure SQL Database to have an effective learning experience.
Vinsys provides assistance before and after the completion of the course. The learners can gain future career guidance as well as assistance in selecting related courses and gaining certifications.
The SC-200T00 is a multiple-choice scenario-based examination that includes 40-60 questions. The exam code is SC-200.
You will have to get at least 700 out of 1000 points to crack the SC-900 exam.
You can take SC-200 certification in English, Chinese (Simplified), Japanese, German, French, Spanish, and Korean language.
The course is of four days duration (32 hours).
Yes, you will get the course material.
Yes, you can cancel the course 48 priors to the day of your sessions.
You can choose from Vinsys’s convenient training options, including virtual instructor-led training (vILT), instructor-led training (ILT), private group training, and more.
The related course includes the Microsoft Certified Security Operations Analyst Associate and Microsoft Certified Cybersecurity Architect Expert.
It would be best if you cleared the SC-200: Microsoft Security Operations Analyst exam to get the certification.
Yes, SC-200T00 is worth your time and effort. The course will provide you with the knowledge that will be useful in clearing the certification exam. The SC-200T00 certification will provide a major boom to your career as a security professional.