NEW COURSE: SD140-20 – Voltage SecureData Fundamentals

NEW COURSE: SD140-20 – Voltage SecureData Fundamentals

Micro Focus Education is pleased to announce the release of its latest offering within the Security portfolio.

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Training Type:

VILT/ILT

Duration:

Two days

Audience:

This training course is specially intended for SecureData Administrators

Scenario:

As a Voltage SecureData admin user, the student will learn how to install and configure the Voltage SecureData Appliance software for the first time, along with key terminology, best practices, and industry terms.

Description:

This training is designed to introduce you to the SecureData product portfolio. This hands-on training includes installation requirements, configuration, tokenization, application hardening, and approaches to implementation.

Course Modules:

Module 1: Introduction to Data Security

Module 2: SDA Installation and Configuration

Module 3: Protection types and Formats

Module 4:  Design and Authentication

Module 5: Tokenization

Module 6: Scaling Operations

Module 7: Implementing Approaches

Module 8: Common Mistakes

Module 9: Application Hardening

 

Prerequisites:

We recommend having an understanding of your organization’s security requirements, plus basic knowledge of Linux.

URLs:

Micro Focus Education

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