Security Fundamentals

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Security Fundamentals practice exam helps to prepare for the Microsoft 98-367 exam which credits towards the MTA certification. Practice exam will cover foundational knowledge in OS, network, and software security.

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Overview

What is the Microsoft Security Fundamentals Practice Test?

The Microsoft Security Fundamentals practice test is a study tool for learners who are preparing for the MTA 98-367 certification exam. Users are able to practice their skills and identify any weak areas prior to taking the official exam. Practice tests helps gauge learners’ level of proficiency and refine their areas of concentration, and it may save the time and expense of having to take the official exam more than once.

The MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) certifications are Microsoft’s collection of credentials that prove certification holders possess skills and knowledge of specific Microsoft-related technologies. The Security Fundamentals certification validates an individual’s competency in network and system security.

The Microsoft Security Fundamentals certification is an entry-level certification that doesn’t require previous work experience. However, it is an important credential because it serves as a stepping-stone toward more advanced certifications.

What is Involved in the MTA Security Fundamentals Practice Test?

Our MTA Security Fundamentals practice test gives learners the opportunity to prepare for the official exam. The practice test covers all foundational knowledge in operating system, software, and network security – just like the exam. Learners who pass our practice test have a thorough understanding of the topics and concepts needed to pass the exam and attain certification.

The areas that are covered on both the practice test and the official Security Fundamentals certification exam and their respective weighting are:

  • Understanding security layers (25-30%)
  • Understanding operating system security (35-40%)
  • Understanding network security (20-25%)
  • Understanding security software (15-20%)

The number of questions on the certification exam isn’t known because Microsoft doesn’t publish that information. However, test-takers can expect it to be anywhere from 30 to 50 multiple choice questions, for which they have 50 minutes to complete. Learners must pass the exam with a score of at least a 70%.

Once students have tested their knowledge with our practice test, they can go on to schedule the official exam with Pearson VUE.

Why Choose the MTA 98-367 Security Fundamentals Practice Test by Cybrary?

At Cybrary, we aim to ensure that every one of our learners is prepared to successfully pass the exams for the certifications they aspire to earn. As a result, we are dedicated to providing a comprehensive learning experience in our courses with high-quality content, an ever-growing network of cybersecurity industry experts for instructors, and innovative tools and technologies, including virtual labs and practice tests.

The MTA 98-367 Security Fundamentals certification training course helps learners understand all concepts and develop all skills that are needed to successfully pass the official certification exam. During the course, learners can take advantage of working in our hands-on virtual lab to practice the skills they have learned until they feel confident in their abilities. Before sitting for the official certification exam, students have access to our MTA 98-367 Security Fundamentals practice test.

Cybrary’s practice test platform prepares learners for their next certification testing and enhances exam day performance. Our learners can study and practice at their own pace, whenever and wherever they want. It’s a simple and convenient way for learners to develop the skills they need to begin or advance their careers in cybersecurity.