IL - SC-300: Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator Associate

Course Overview

The Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator designs, implements, and operates an organization’s identity and access management systems by using Azure AD. They manage tasks such as providing secure authentication and authorization access to enterprise applications. The administrator provides seamless experiences and self-service management capabilities for all users. Adaptive access and governance are core elements to the role. This role is also responsible for troubleshooting, monitoring, and reporting for the identity and access environment.  This course will target and prepare you with these skills to pass the SC-300 exam and earn the Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator Associate certification.

Course Details
  • Duration:
  • Level: 300

Who this course is designed for
  • Security Engineer
  • Administrator

  • Implement an identity management solution
  • Implement an authentication and access management solution
  • Implement access management for apps
  • Plan and implement an identity governance strategy
  • None

Course Outline

Module 1: Implement initial configuration of Azure Active Directory
Learn to create an initial Azure Active Directory configuration to ensure all the identity solutions available in Azure are ready to use. This module explores how to build and configure an Azure AD system.
Module 2: Create, configure, and manage identities
Access to cloud-based workloads needs to be controlled centrally by providing a definitive identity for each user and resource. You can ensure employees and vendors have just enough access to do their job.
Module 3: Implement and manage external identities
Inviting external users to use company Azure resources is a great benefit, but you want to do it in a secure way. Explore how to enable secure external collaboration.
Module 4: Implement and manage hybrid identity
Creating a hybrid-identity solution to leverage your on-premises active directory can be challenging. Explore how to implement a secure hybrid-identity solution.
Module 5: Secure Azure Active Directory users with Multi-Factor Authentication
Learn how to use multi-factor authentication with Azure AD to harden your user accounts.
Module 6: Manage user authentication
There are multiple options for authentication in Azure AD. Learn how to implement and manage the right authentications for users based on business needs.
Module 7: Plan, implement, and administer conditional access
Conditional access gives a fine granularity of control over which users can do specific activities, access which resources, and how to ensure data and systems are safe.
Module 8: Manage Azure AD Identity Protection
Protecting a user's identity by monitoring their usage and sign-in patterns will ensure a secure cloud solution. Explore how to design and implement Azure AD Identity protection.
Module 9: Plan and design the integration of enterprise apps for SSO
Enterprise app deployment enables control over which users can access the apps, easily log into apps with single-sign-on, and provide integrated usage reports.
Module 10: Implement and monitor the integration of enterprise apps for SSO
Deploying and monitoring enterprise applications to Azure solutions can ensure security. Explore how to deploy on-premises and cloud based apps to users.
Module 11: Implement app registration
Line of business developed in-house need registration in Azure AD and assigned to users for a secure Azure solution. Explore how to implement app registration.
Module 12: Plan and implement entitlement management
When new users or external users join your site, quickly assigning them access to Azure solutions is a must. Explore how to entitle users to access your site and resources.
Module 13: Plan, implement, and manage access review
Once identity is deployed, proper governance using access reviews is necessary for a secure solution. Explore how to plan for and implement access reviews.
Module 14: Plan and implement privileged access
Ensuring that administrative roles are protected and managed to increase your Azure solution security is 
Module 15: Monitor and maintain Azure Active Directory
Azure AD audit and diagnostic logs provide a rich view into how users are accessing your Azure solution. Learn to monitor, troubleshoot, and analyze sign-in data.

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