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3-month Cloud Security

Month1: IT Security Analyst - Security+ Certification

1. Introduction to Windows Server Administration: Provides a foundational understanding of Windows Server Operating System, Active Directory, and navigating the Windows Server Interface.
2. Installing and Configuring Windows Server: Covers system requirements, installation processes, and initial configurations including server roles and features.
3. Active Directory Management: Focuses on planning and creating Active Directory domains, user and group management, OUs, and GPOs, along with security and authentication best practices.
4. Networking in Windows Server Environment: Covers TCP/IP configuration, DNS, DHCP, domain security policies, and access control.
5. Core Security Goals: Discusses confidentiality, integrity, and availability along with risk management strategies.
6. Threats, Attacks, and Vulnerabilities: Analyzes the threat landscape, common attack vectors, vulnerability assessment, and patch management.
7. Identity and Access Management: Covers authentication mechanisms, authorization policies, and identity lifecycle management.
8. Networking: Explores network segmentation, intrusion detection and prevention, and secure communication protocols.
9. Cybersecurity Architecture and Design: Discusses security by design principles, defense-in-depth strategy, and security controls and countermeasures.
10. Cloud Computing – AWS, Azure, Google Cloud: Provides insights into cloud security best practices, identity and access management in the cloud, and data encryption and compliance.
11. Penetration Test Practical: Offers hands-on experience with network vulnerability scanning, analysis with tools like Nessus and Wireshark, network auditing and hacking with Nmap, and Splunk setup and configuration.

Month2: AZURE SECURITY ENGINEER - Azure Security Certification

1. As Azure Security Engineer, you will ensure the security, integrity, and compliance of your organization’s cloud-based systems and applications hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform. Your responsibilities would typically include:

2. Security Architecture Design: Designing secure architectures for Azure cloud environments, including virtual networks, identity and access management (IAM), encryption, and data protection, etc.
3. Implementation of Security Controls: Configuring and implementing security controls and features offered by Azure, such as Microsoft Defender for Cloud, Azure Firewall, Microsoft Entra ID, Network Security Groups (NSGs), and Azure Key Vault.
4. Security Monitoring and Incident Response: Setting up monitoring tools and alerts to detect and respond to security threats and incidents in real-time. This involves analyzing logs, investigating security breaches, and implementing remediation actions.
5. Identity and Access Management (IAM): Managing user identities, roles, and permissions within Microsoft Entra ID to ensure least privilege access and proper authentication.
6. Data Protection and Encryption: Implementing encryption mechanisms to protect data both at rest and in transit using Azure services such as Azure Disk Encryption, Azure Storage Encryption, and Azure Key Vault for managing encryption keys.
7. Compliance and Governance: Ensuring that Azure environments comply with relevant regulatory requirements and industry standards such as GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS, etc. Implementing governance policies and controls to enforce compliance standards.
8. Security Automation and Orchestration: Leveraging Azure automation tools like Azure Policy, to automate security configurations and ensure consistent deployment of security controls.
9. Threat Intelligence and Vulnerability Management: Staying updated with the latest security threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices. Implementing vulnerability scanning tools and processes to identify and mitigate security risks proactively.
10. Collaboration and Communication: Working closely with cross-functional teams including developers, system administrators, and compliance officers to ensure security requirements are understood and integrated into the development and deployment lifecycle.
11. Continuous Improvement: Engaging in ongoing assessment and improvement of Azure security posture by conducting security reviews, penetration testing, and participating in security incident response exercises.


1. Introduction to PowerShell for Azure: Basics of PowerShell scripting and its usage in Azure environment.
2. Azure Resource Management with PowerShell: Managing Azure resources such as virtual networks, VMs, storage accounts, etc., using PowerShell commands.
3. Azure Identity and Access Management (IAM) with PowerShell: Managing user identities, roles, and permissions within Azure Active Directory using PowerShell cmdlets.
4. Azure Security Center with PowerShell: Configuring and monitoring security policies, recommendations, and alerts in Azure Security Center using PowerShell.
5. Azure Key Vault Management with PowerShell: Creating, managing, and accessing secrets, keys, and certificates stored in Azure Key Vault using PowerShell.
6. Azure Network Security with PowerShell: Configuring and managing Azure Firewall, Network Security Groups (NSGs), and Virtual Network (VNet) peering using PowerShell.
7. Azure Security Monitoring with PowerShell: Setting up log analytics, creating custom queries, and configuring alerts in Azure Monitor using PowerShell.
8. Azure Compliance and Governance with PowerShell: Enforcing compliance standards, implementing Azure Policy, and managing governance controls using PowerShell.
9. Azure Security Automation with PowerShell: Automating security tasks and workflows using Azure Automation and PowerShell runbooks.
10. Azure Threat Intelligence and Vulnerability Management with PowerShell: Utilizing PowerShell scripts to perform vulnerability scans, threat analysis, and remediation tasks.
11. Integration with Azure DevOps and PowerShell: Incorporating security checks and tasks into CI/CD pipelines using Azure DevOps and PowerShell scripts.
12. Advanced PowerShell Scripting Techniques for Security: Advanced scripting concepts such as error handling, looping, functions, and modules tailored for security-related tasks in Azure.
13. Security Best Practices and Hardening with PowerShell: Implementing security best practices, hardening Azure resources, and mitigating common security risks using PowerShell.
14. Case Studies and Practical Exercises: Real-world scenarios and hands-on exercises to apply PowerShell scripting for various Azure security tasks and challenges.

Register for Cloud Security Training 

IT Security Analyst

1 month training


No Pre-requisites. Course is suitable for new entrants to Tech.


Azure Security Engineer

1 month training 


No Pre-requisites, but IT Security Analyst ourse is recommended


Cloud Security Engineer

1 month training 


To take this course, first complete Azure Security.



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