Learning Path

CSP Security Features

    Syllabus

  • GCP Security Course — 01:25:40
    • K0007, K0018, K0021, K0026, K0032, K0038, K0044, K0056, K0065, K0070, K0170, K0179, K0187, K0194, K0210, K0230, K0403, K0579, K0622, K0624, S0073, S0077, S0097

      In this course, we review GCP native security solutions and practice with a console project.

  • AWS Security Course — 01:38:27
    • K0007, K0018, K0021, K0026, K0032, K0038, K0044, K0056, K0065, K0070, K0170, K0179, K0187, K0194, K0210, K0230, K0403, K0579, K0622, K0624, S0073, S0077, S0097

      In this course, we review AWS-native security solutions. Students will have an opportunity for hands-on experience with a project in the console.

  • CSP roles and responsibilities Course — 00:39:57
    • K0194, K0230, K0233, K0579, S0073

      An overview of the cloud service provider roles and responsibilities.

  • Azure Security Course — 01:58:24
    • K0007, K0018, K0021, K0026, K0032, K0038, K0044, K0056, K0065, K0070, K0170, K0179, K0187, K0194, K0210, K0230, K0403, K0579, K0622, K0624, S0073, S0077, S0097

      A review of Azure-native security solutions, followed by a console project.

  • Offensive Bash Scripting Project
  • CSP Security Features Skills Assessment Assessment — 00:12:00

Syllabus

What you will learn

Explore the ins and outs of choosing and working with AWS, Azure and GCP. For each cloud provider, we will review the native security controls they offer across several security domains, discuss the drawbacks of each cloud provider and look at areas to consider when working with that provider and solutions you should have in mind when moving to that provider. At the end of each course, students will have the opportunity to complete a course project that will give them hands-on experience with securing workloads, using common services in each provider.

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Meet the author

At Infosec, we believe knowledge is the most powerful tool in the fight against cybercrime. We help IT and security professionals advance their careers with a full regimen of certification and skills training. We also empower all employees with security awareness training to stay cybersecure at work and home. Driven by smart people wanting to do good, Infosec educates entire organizations on how to defend themselves from cybercrime. That’s what we do every day — equipping everyone with the latest security skills so the good guys win.

Meet the author

Joe South has been working in cybersecurity for over six years and has worked at companies of all sizes across multiple industries. Joe is currently in a role where he is empowered to introduce new and innovative solutions to increase the security posture of his organization. He enjoys teaching others what he’s learned and is the creator of a blog where he helps others get into cybersecurity and build a successful career. He also provides in-depth reviews of his certifications and shares tips to successfully pass the exams.

Joe started his career on the help desk of his college where he fell in love with IT. Eager to learn more, he earned his Security+ certification and began a career in cybersecurity. He started in vulnerability management, where he worked to secure applications that served military and Department of Defense clients. He later expanded his skillset by diving into complex identity and access management (IAM) toolsets where he designed solutions for Fortune 500 companies across HIPAA, PCI and financial industries. He also architected solutions for companies to move into AWS, Azure and GCP while maintaining or increasing their security posture. Joe has his CCSP, AWS Security Specialty and AWS CCP certification, among others.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

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