Zero Trust 2.0 | Au-delà des concepts avec Microsoft 365 Defender !

 
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French Advanced Security

L’objectif de cette session est de vous montrer par l’exemple et les démos comment vous pouvez implémenter de manière optimale les principes du modèle Zero Trust au sein d’une infrastructure Cloud hybride Microsoft. Vous découvrirez les différentes briques de la suite Microsoft 365 Defender avec : - Microsoft Defender for Identity pour la protection des identités, - Microsoft Defender for Endpoint pour la protection des machines clientes et des serveurs, - Microsoft Defender for Office 365 pour la protection de la messagerie. Nous terminerons cette session avec la partie SecOps, indispensable aujourd’hui ! Vous découvrirez les différents portails de sécurité tels que Microsoft 365 Security et Azure Defender et leur intégration avec Azure Sentinel, le SIEM de Microsoft !

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Speakers

Jean-Francois APREA

Cloud Architect - Microsoft MVP

Jean-François Apréa has been working in the IT Pro world for over 30 years. Coming from the IBM and Microsoft Lan Manager era, he started working on Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft Exchange, SNA Server in 1992 and until 1999 with Microsoft France before deploying AD directory services to his customers in September 1999. Still passionate about hybrid cloud architectures, Jean-François likes to talk about Zero Trust, Azure AD, Active Directory identity technologies. He is the author of several books on Microsoft Active Directory, DNS services and Hyper-V / SC VMM at ENI editions. After having been Microsoft Community Head at SPIE ICS, Jean-François is now an external architect and consultant for SPIE ICS and other companies.

Seyfallah Tagrerout

Cloud Architect -Microsoft MVP

Seyfallah Tagrerout , cloud architect chez AiM services , il travail sur les technologies Microosft (Azure , Office 365 ) il a une grande expertise sur la tranformation de data center. Il a egalement beaucoup d’expertise sur les briques dites hybrides au niveau Active Directory, Hyper-V , Azure Stack. Seyfallah est auteur de plusieurs ouvrages technique ( hyper-v 2016 et Microsoft ATA).

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