Azure Active Directory B2C: customers SSO & employees federation

 
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An overview on Azure Active Directory B2C with a recent real world use case. When an enterprise adopts a CIAM, it provides a better user experience and improves the overall security introducing marketing standard for authentication with improved capabilities such as MFA. The benefits of this adoption are not limited to customers but apply also to employees who will access external applications w/ their corporate accounts for administrative purpose.

Speakers

Cristiano Degiorgis

Head of Development at MSC Technology Italia

An enthusiastic *lehrling* in the IT world still feeling like Alice in wonderland after so many years being around. I started as web developer in mid 90s working mostly on Microsoft stack along with a parallel experience using PHP for several years. Then, after more then a decade fully focused on Microsoft stack again, I started to be involved in the open source community and embracing a cloud-native approach for designing and writing applications of any kind regardless the specific tech stack to build they.

Daniele Carozzi

Web Developer at MSC Technology Italia

Born as a .net web developer in 2009, since 2016 I have also been involved in project management and coordination of development teams. As web developer I worked and still working with C# (since framework 2.0), HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, Bootstrap, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, SQL Server, T-SQL, Entity Framework, MVC

Enrico Sabbadin

msc senior dev

TBP

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