Exam Ref Sc-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals
Diogenes, Yuri, Dicola, Nicholas, McKinnerney, Kevin
Direct from Microsoft, this Exam Ref is the official study guide for the new Microsoft SC-900 Microsoft Security Fundamentals certification exam.
Exam Ref SC-900 Microsoft Security Fundamentals offers professional-level preparation that helps candidates maximize their exam performance and sharpen their skills on the job. It focuses on the specific areas of expertise modern IT professionals need to demonstrate real-world mastery of how Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 security, compliance, and identity solutions can provide holistic, end-to-end solutions. You'll learn how to describe:
- Concepts of security, compliance, and identity
- Capabilities of Microsoft identity and access management solutions
- Capabilities of Microsoft security solutions
- Capabilities of Microsoft compliance solutions
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- Provide guidance from Microsoft, the creator of Microsoft certification exams
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For more information on Exam SC-900 and the Microsoft Certified: Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals credential, visit https: //docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/security-compliance-and-identity-fundamentals/.
YURI DIOGENES, MSC
Yuri has a master of science in cybersecurity intelligence and forensics investigation (Utica College) and is the principal program manager of Microsoft's CxE ASC Team, where he primarily helps customers onboard and deploy Azure Security Center and Azure Defender as part of their security operations/incident response. Yuri has been working for Microsoft since 2006 in different positions, including five years as senior support escalation engineer for the CSS Forefront Edge team, and from 2011 to 2017 for the content development team, where he also helped create the Azure Security Center content experience since its GA launch in 2016. Yuri has published a total of 26 books, mostly about information security and Microsoft technologies. Yuri also holds an MBA and many IT/Security industry certifications, such as CISSP, ECND, ECEH, ECSA, ECHFI, CompTIA Security+, CySA+, Cloud Essentials Certified, Mobility+, Network+, CASP, CyberSec First Responder, MCSE, and MCTS. You can follow Yuri on Twitter at @yuridiogenes.
Nicholas is a partner director at Microsoft on the Cloud Security Customer Experience Engineering (CxE) team, where he leads this global team helping customers with deployments of Azure Security products. He has a master of business administration with a concentration in information systems and various industry certifications such as CISSP and CEH. You can follow Nicholas on Twitter at @mastersecjedi.
Kevin is a senior program manager and technical lead on the Microsoft Information Protection Customer Experience Engineering (CxE) Team, where he provides best practices and deployment guidance to help customers quickly onboard Microsoft information protection products and Azure Purview. Kevin has been working at Microsoft since 2011 in various roles, including senior support escalation engineer on the Microsoft CSS Security team and as a senior premier field engineer, focusing on Microsoft security and information protection. Kevin has authored dozens of blogs and videos related to information protection and has spoken at many technical conferences, including RSAC, Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft MVP Summits, and the Microsoft Security Engineering Advisory Council. Prior to starting at Microsoft, he worked for IBM as a Microsoft support manager and spent eight years as an information systems technician while on active duty in the United States Navy. Kevin received a bachelor of science in business management from the University of Phoenix and holds many certifications, including CISSP and GCIH. You can follow Kevin on Twitter @KemckinnMSFT and GitHub (https: //github.com/ kemckinnmsft).
Mark Morowczynski (@markmorow) is a principal program manager on the customer success team in the Microsoft Identity division. He spends most of his time working with customers on their deployments of Azure Active Directory. Previously, he was a premier field engineer supporting Active Directory, Active Directory Federation Services, and Windows Client performance. He was also one of the founders of the AskPFEPlat blog. He's spoken at various industry events such as Black Hat 2019, Defcon Blue Team Village, GrayHat, several BSides, Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft Inspire, Microsoft MVP Summits, The Experts Conference (TEC), The Cloud Identity Summit, SANs Security Summits, and TechMentor. He can be frequently found on Twitter as @markmorow, where he argues about baseball and sometimes makes funny gifs.