IT Security Foundations: Operating System Security

IT Security Foundations: Operating System Security
IT Security Foundations: Operating System Security
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 38m | 244 MB

The operating system is where many attacks are targeted, which makes OS-level security just as important to your organization as network security. OS security is also a key component of the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals exam (98-367). In this course, instructor Lisa Bock details what’s actually involved in securing an operating system. Lisa reviews user authentication, the structure of Active Directory, and how to assign permissions and create audit policies. In addition, she covers various cryptographic techniques, as well as how to protect servers and email.

Topics include:

  • Creating a strong password
  • Biometric and multifactor authentication
  • Permission behavior
  • Securing audit files
  • Protecting the OS using patches and upgrades
  • Protecting the email server
  • Securing digital data with cryptographic techniques
Table of Contents

1 Ensure system security
2 Prepare for MTA Exam 98-367
3 Passwords and complexity
4 Smart cards and tokens
5 Biometric identification
6 Multifactor authentication
8 NTFS file, share, registry
9 Permission behavior
10 NTFS demo
11 Active Directory structure
12 Active Directory components
13 Use Run As
14 Types and enabling auditing
15 What to audit
16 Secure audit logs
17 Isolate the server
18 Harden Updates and patching
19 Protocol good practices
20 Email clients and servers
21 Email and SPAM
22 PTR records
23 Cryptographic techniques
24 Symmetric encryption
25 Asymmetric encryption
26 Public key infrastructure
27 Next steps