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    Default Microsoft security cert's?

    is there any Microsoft security cert's?? well im interested in TMG but don't know their exam codes. Any one help me please and tell me about Microsoft security certification AND there tracks
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    I don't think there is a specialist track for security now. I think there was for 2003, that was before my time lol. Like the previous poster mentioned, there is a fundamentals-type exam but nothing like MCSE: 2012 Security
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    Have you considered ISC2 certs, like SSCP or CISSP?
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    Go the SEC+ | CASP | CISSP route. For example, the US govt does not care about MS Security (if it's out there, haven't really seen). They want SEC+, CCNA Security, CASP, SSCP, CISSP... heck even CISM.
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    What do you mean by "now"? This exam has been available since late 2010/early 2011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabeebles35 View Post
    Hello, I am new here and I know this post is old. In the case that someone is still looking for this answer..... Microsoft now has a beginners cert for the basics of security. MTA Security Fundamentals Ex 98-367. It is good for someone who is just starting in this field to get your feet wet.
    That was linked earlier in the forum...
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