Here is a great resource for all of you, a hacking game developed by Microsoft, which I have contributed as SME…
In Who Hacked?, e-retailer ‘Best for You Organics’ is about to launch a major expansion when it discovers a serious data breach. A hacker has stolen critical files and threatens to sabotage customer trust unless a ransom is paid.
Your challenge is to use your proficiency with Azure, Microsoft Defender, Microsoft Sentinel, and other tools to identify the source of the hack and to implement solutions to help ensure that it can’t happen again.
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Are you up for the challenge?
Who Hacked? is a game in which players are detectives, gathering clues and evidence to investigate, remediate, and protect against cybersecurity incidents at Best for You Organics (BFYO), one of the largest organic produce e-retailers in the nation.
Keeping up Appearances
Gather and follow the forensic clues and evidence to investigate and tackle a ransomware attack at Best for You Organics (BFYO). Use Microsoft tools, like Microsoft Sentinel, Microsoft 365 Defender and Microsoft Purview compliance portal to find the culprit, remediate, configure compliance policies and protect against future cybersecurity incidents.
In the Crosshairs
Best For You Organics (BFYO) is under another cyber security attack. Uncover whose data in the company has been compromised, and to what extent. Determine how it happened using Microsoft 365 Defender, Microsoft Sentinel, and Azure AD. Remediate and protect against future attacks.
Microsoft Learn has brought to life an innovative experiential approach with the introduction of interactive Cloud Games. Designed especially for security and data & AI professionals with an intermediate knowledge level across a range of Microsoft solutions, Who Hacked? and Data Feeds are fun, immersive role-playing games with the mission of refreshing and reinforcing your IT expertise.
Both Cloud Games include two episodes that can be played in any order and that present you with multifaceted opportunities to practice skills that are essential for your in-role success. The detailed Who Hacked? study guide and Data Feeds study guide include learning paths and modules to help you prepare for and get the maximum benefit from playing the games.
In designing the activities, we started first with the game mechanics, built on exciting storylines, and then wove the learning goals into them—rather than identifying a learning topic and developing a game around it. This approach helps to ensure that you are engaged and having fun, which is a proven way to deepen skills.
Make the most of Microsoft Learn Cloud Games
Make Cloud Games a key part of your learning journey and have fun flexing your technical skills. Play Microsoft Learn Cloud Games now.
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