Learners will design, build, operate and maintain various components of a simulated enterprise computing environment while focusing on core components that make organizations run securely. Learners will assess real world environments and scenarios according to industry best practices.
Computer Security and Systems Management 專項課程
Practical Application to System Management。 Learn how to securely design and manage enterprise systems utilizing mainstream operating systems
The Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization focuses on computing in an enterprise environment. Combining both theory and real world experience and architecture, the courses will prepare you to design and audit secure enterprise systems. The courses will cover practical use of major server operating systems in an enterprise environment and how to design and operate them securely.
- Beginner Specialization.
- No prior experience required.
第 1 門課程
Enterprise System Management and Security計劃開課班次：Jul 23
課程概述The world runs on computers. Your watch, your TV, your car. You might be familiar on how to operate each of these. Your home computer you are even more familiar with operating it. But what does it take to really take computer systems to the next le
第 2 門課程
Windows Server Management and Security計劃開課班次：Jul 23
課程概述Microsoft Windows has been at the forefront of enterprise computing for several decades. What most office workers see is the desktop side – such as Windows 7, 8 or 10. This course explores what it takes to design and build the server side of Windows
第 3 門課程
Linux Server Management and Security計劃開課班次：Jul 23
課程概述Whether you are accessing a bank website, Netflix or your home router, chances are that your computer is interacting with a Linux system. The world runs on Linux. In this course, we will dive into how Linux works from an enterprise perspective. In week
第 4 門課程
Planning, Auditing and Maintaining Enterprise Systems計劃開課班次：Jul 23
課程概述Good system management not only requires managing the systems themselves, but requires careful planning to make systems interact with each other, auditing of the systems once the systems are built, and proactive maintenance of all systems. Organizations
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