Sesión ninja sobre PIM y PAM en entornos Cloud, híbridos y On premises

 
Spanish Advanced IT

En este sesión analizaremos cómo escenarios nativos cloud, híbridos o incluso on premises, pueden alimentarse de servicios de seguridad y control de la identidad ofrecidos por Azure. Extenderemos AAD MFA y Passwordless a todos los servicios posibles. Servicios web antiguos, VPN, RDS, Equipos cliente, Logon de servidores, Vmware, Enterprise Applications, OAUTH & Saml. Analizaremos también conceptos de identidad privilegiada como uso de Access Keys. Hablaremos de concepto de identidad Azure AD roles y Azure Roles y Analizaremos el 100% de seguridad posible en servicios IAAS, SAAS y PAAAS, comparando la máximas capacidades aprovechables en un escenario con licencias Azure AD (AAD) Free, AAD P1 y escenario con AAD P2. #AADRoles #ARoles #Exernaldentities #PIM #DefenderforIdentity #MFA #APPProxy #NPS #AlwaysON #AccessKeys

Speaker

Miguel Hernández

Gerente técnico de Unidad de negocio Cloud

Microsoft MVP (2008 - 2018) y participante habitual en webinars y eventos de tecnologías Microsoft. Miguel, ha sido IT Manager en Volvo Ocean Race y ha participado en el staff técnico de empresas pertenecientes al IBEX 35. En paralelo a todo ello, Miguel, siendo socio único, ha dirigido Zerkana durante 25 años y actualmente es el gerente técnico de negocio Cloud en el grupo Nunsys, empresa a la que pertenece Zerkana desde 2021, participando en un grupo formado por 1.400 trabajadores.

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