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Microsoft 365 Security Administration: MS-500 Exam Guide

By : Peter Rising
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Microsoft 365 Security Administration: MS-500 Exam Guide

By: Peter Rising

Overview of this book

The Microsoft 365 Security Administration (MS-500) exam is designed to measure your ability to perform technical tasks such as managing, implementing, and monitoring security and compliance solutions for Microsoft 365 environments. This book starts by showing you how to configure and administer identity and access within Microsoft 365. You will learn about hybrid identity, authentication methods, and conditional access policies with Microsoft Intune. Next, the book shows you how RBAC and Azure AD Identity Protection can be used to help you detect risks and secure information in your organization. You will also explore concepts, such as Advanced Threat Protection, Windows Defender ATP, and Threat Intelligence. As you progress, you will learn about additional tools and techniques to configure and manage Microsoft 365, including Azure Information Protection, Data Loss Prevention, and Cloud App Discovery and Security. The book also ensures you are well prepared to take the exam by giving you the opportunity to work through a mock paper, topic summaries, illustrations that briefly review key points, and real-world scenarios. By the end of this Microsoft 365 book, you will be able to apply your skills in the real world, while also being well prepared to achieve Microsoft certification.
Table of Contents (29 chapters)
Section 1: Configuring and Administering Identity and Access in Microsoft 365
Section 2: Implementing and Managing Threat Protection
Section 3: Information Protection in Microsoft 365
Section 4: Data Governance and Compliance in Microsoft 365
Section 5: Mock Exam and Assessment
Chapter 20: Mock Exam
Chapter 21: Mock Exam Answers

Chapter 8 – Message Protection in Office 365

  1. c. Office 365 Enterprise E3

    Explanation: ATP is not included with Office 365 E3.

  2. a. True

    Explanation: You can use Get-SafeAttachmentPolicy, Get-SafeAttachmentPolicy, New-SafeAttachmentPolicy, or Remove-SafeAttachmentPolicy.

  3. b. New-SafeLinksRule

    Explanation: New-SafeLinksRule will allow you to create a custom safe links rule. Get-SafeLinksRule allows you to view the safe links rule settings. Set-SafeLinksRule lets you edit existing safe links rule settings. Start-SafeLinksRule is not a valid command.

  4. c. 7

    Explanation: N/A

  5. a. True

    Explanation: N/A

  6. d. Threat management | Policy

    Explanation: N/A

  7. d. Move message to the deleted items folder.

    Explanation: N/A

  8. a. True

    Explanation: N/A

  9. a. Block, b. Dynamic Delivery, and d. Monitor

    Explanation: Edit and Scan are not valid actions.

  10. b. False

    Explanation: Sender Policy Framework (SPF) does not prevent users from sending external emails. It is used to ensure that...