Join Joseph Holbrook for an in-depth discussion in this video Remote access toolsets, part of CompTIA Cloud+ (CV0-002) Cert Prep: 2 Security.
- [Instructor] Remote access tools.…When it comes to monitoring and managing…your cloud environment, it's important to use…the right tool for the right situation.…Make sure you use the right tool to access and manage…your cloud environment.…Let's discuss a few of these now.…SNMP is actually a protocol that is typically used…for network management.…Generally it collects information…on devices that are on an IP network.…
It is also wise to use SNMP v3.…This is the secure version of SNMP.…Version one also is not typically supported…by most cloud providers.…For example, with Amazon you can certainly use SNMP services…to manage and monitor your AWS resources.…VPNs.…VPNs are a common way to also manage and access…your cloud services.…
VPNs are also known as virtual private networks.…This allows users to securely access the private network…and share data remotely through public networks.…VPNs protect your data on the network.…This is a proven way to set a secure connection…to your cloud services.…All cloud providers essentially support this.…
This course can prepare you for the qualifying exam by covering the topics outlined in domain 2.0 of the CompTIA Cloud+ (CV0-002) certification exam: Security. Instructor Joseph Holbrook reviews concepts that can help both experienced IT professionals prepping for exam CV0-002, and current certification holders who need to renew their certification. Joseph reviews security and compliance best practices; security template and access control lists; how to implement the right security technologies; and security automation techniques. He also goes over how to troubleshoot security and connectivity issues.
- Identifying cloud encryption technology
- Tunneling protocols
- Access control lists
- Implementing defined security technologies
- Segmentation and micro-segmentation
- Compliance requirements
- Security automation techniques
- Identifying common networking issues
- Types of cloud attacks