• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Security of corporate data tops the list of executive concerns today. You want to have every tool in your toolkit to lock down Exchange and secure your e-mail. In this course, you'll examine everything from encryption on the disk for data at rest to automating the encryption of sensitive e-mails as they flow through the Transport Pipeline. You'll learn about the new permissions model, Role-Based Access Control and Delegated Setup, to expose critical elements of the Exchange 2016 Transport Pipeline.

Learning Objectives

Security Strategies

  • start the course
  • define the management role group architecture in RBAC
  • identify admin roles in RBAC
  • customize the RBAC system
  • identify RBAC and active directory split permissions
  • configure delegated setup
  • define BitLocker
  • identify smart card functions
  • plan and configure Office 365 message encryption
  • plan and configure EOP advanced threat protection
  • plan and configure information rights management
  • plan and create transport protection rules
  • plan and create Outlook protection rules (EMS only)
  • configure transport decryption
  • configure journal decryption
  • plan and configure IRM for eDiscovery
  • troubleshoot failed IRM protection
  • configure the scope of an RBAC group

Configure and Manage Transport

  • configure an edge transport server
  • configure send/receive connectors
  • identify transport rules
  • configure accepted domains
  • define e-mail address policies
  • describe EMS cmdlets
  • describe EMS deployment and configuration

Practice: Configuring a Transport Rule

  • configure transport rules

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

Feedback

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