Monday, October 25, 2021

Get the resources you need to keep cybersecurity first all year long

It’s the final week of Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it ends with a timely reminder to keep #CybersecurityFirst every month of the year. Stay vigilant and keep your security skills up to date by ensuring that cybersecurity training forms a core element of your organization’s new—and seasoned—employee experience. Learn about and maintain basic security hygiene practices and be sure to visit Microsoft Learn to explore a wide variety of security content and resources. 


Explore free learning paths and modules to deepen your security training

Learn for free with interactive self-paced learning content.  at no cost and on your own schedule. Are you an experienced security engineer, or interested in training for a security career? Microsoft Learn for security engineers offers modules and learning paths that highlight different aspects of Microsoft security technologies. These training options can help you acquire new skills, expand current ones, or start preparing for Microsoft Certification exams. Browse all paths for security operations analysts and security engineers.


Because security crosses technical boundaries and roles, in addition to many solution areas, you might want to use Microsoft Learn collections to curate and share custom sets of security training modules and learning paths, along with technical documentation, code samples, reference architectures, and more from Microsoft Docs.


Learn about cybersecurity with a Microsoft Learning Partner

If you prefer in-depth structured learning with personal attention and you want support from technical subject matter experts, a Microsoft Learning Partner is ready to help. To get started, take a look at Find a Learning Partner and browse these instructor-led courses for security engineers.


Attend free Microsoft Security Virtual Training Days

Learn with us at free Security Virtual Training Days, which Microsoft hosts around the world to help you gain the technical skills and knowledge that you need to work securely. Regardless of your skill level, you can go to Microsoft Virtual Training Days for upcoming security training options.


Celebrate with the world: Post your badge on LinkedIn

When you earn a certification or learn a new skill, celebrate your accomplishment with your network. It often takes less than a minute to update your LinkedIn profile and share your achievements, highlight your skills, and help boost your career potential.


It’s easy to renew your certifications

Whether you’re earning your first Microsoft Certification or already hold several, it’s easy to keep your credentials current. You can take an online renewal assessment—at no cost—any time within six months before your certification expires. You don’t need to retake scheduled exam(s), and you have the flexibility to complete the certification renewal process on your own schedule. Get the details in our blog post Is your certification expiring soon? Renew it for free today! 


Skill up today

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Explore resources from Microsoft Security

Microsoft Security offers a wealth of content and resources designed to help organizations #BeCyberSmart and learn how to keep data, systems, and more safe—both at work and at home.


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