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What you would learn in Cyber Security Training: Learning Access Management course?
This course is a welcome sight. Access is among the most abused aspects of security as it's the gate which leads to the most crucial assets. Access controls should be implemented in a multi-layered defense-in-depth manner, and understanding how they are used is vitally important. In this course, we'll look at access control in terms of concepts and then dive into the tools used by the industry to enforce these principles. We will also explore the most common strategies that bad guys employ to combat these systems.
Controls for access are functions that control how users and systems interact with other resources and systems. They guard resources and systems from unauthorized access. They can also be elements that determine the degree of authorization once the authentication process has been completed. While we typically consider a user to be an entity that needs access to network resources as well as information, it is possible to identify other kinds of entities that need access to network elements as well as resources that are controlled in access. It is essential to comprehend the difference between the terms "subject" and "object" when you are working within the context of access control.
Through this class, students will discover:
Identity is a service
Technologies and methods for identifying objects
Methods of authentication, models, and technology
The models are mandatory, discretionary, as well as models that are nondiscretionary
Auditing, monitoring, and accountability Auditing procedures
Identity and registration documents
Access control practices are under threat, and techniques
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Identity as a Service and Federation
Understanding the importance of Accountability and Authorization