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End-User Security: The End-User Perspective

End-User Security: The End-User Perspective


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Overview/Description

Learners can examine end-user security concepts such as shared responsibilities and policies, physical controls, authentication, software, and best practices in this 12-video course. You will begin with a look at shared responsibility, which has expanded greatly because of the use of cloud computing; this means that the role of the end user, the customer or client, in shared responsibility for security is expanding at an accelerated rate. Next, you will move on to defining acceptable use policies (AUP). You will discover how to distinguish physical security controls; classify authentication technologies, and recognize the importance of hardware and software updates. Following on from this, you will explore security suites and endpoint protection; learn about browser best practices, and define the security fundamentals of e-mail. You will also delve into the security issues surrounding personal cloud storage services, and protecting data at rest, or data storage security. To conclude the course, complete an exercise on describing the concepts and technologies of end-user security.



Expected Duration (hours)
0.9

Lesson Objectives

End-User Security: The End-User Perspective

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe shared responsibility
  • define acceptable use policies
  • distinguish physical security controls
  • classify authentication technologies
  • recognize the importance of hardware and software updates
  • describe security suites and endpoint protection
  • recognize browser best practices
  • define e-mail security basics
  • describe cloud security issues
  • protect data in storage
  • describe concepts and technologies of end-user security
  • Course Number:
    it_saeusadj_01_enus

    Expertise Level
    Beginner