Locking down access to the Azure Cloud using SSO, Roles Based Access Control, and Conditional Access

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Description

Security is a top concern for organizations using the cloud. A key aspect of cloud security is identity and access when it comes to managing your cloud resources. In this session, learn how Azure Active Directory is used to manage access to Microsoft Azure. We share best practices around configuring single sign on to the Azure Portal with on-premises Active Directory, fine-grained access control to resources in subscriptions with Azure RBAC, and enforcing strong authentication rules using Azure AD Conditional Access. This session introduces the concept of Managed Service Identity, where Azure resources can be configured to automatically authenticate to Azure services and developers don’t need to handle API keys or secrets.

Day:

3

Level:

0

Track:

CE

Session Type:

Breakout: 75 minute

Code:

BRK1051

Room:

OCCC W308

The Discussion

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    Chris

    Can we get a specific presentation just on some advanced configurations of "Conditional Access" policies that can be applied to various apps - both Microsoft services as well as 3rd party SaaS, or even on-premise apps secured through Azure AD Application Proxy and those same Conditional Access policy strategies.

    I feel quite comfortable understanding what it does and the value of it - but I am struggling to find any training material or presentations that really do a deep dive on _just_ the Conditional Access policies and the current capabilities for this.

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