Deep-dive to Azure AD join

 
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A crucial part of Microsoft's Zero Trust model is user and device identities. User identities are "created" by administrators, but device identities by their users by registering, joining, or hybrid joining them to Azure AD. In this demo packed session, we'll take a deep-dive into technical details of Azure AD join and device identities.

Speaker

Nestori Syynimaa

Senior Principal Security Researcher @ Secureworks

Dr Nestori Syynimaa is one of the leading Azure AD / M365 experts in the world and the developer of the AADInternals toolkit. He has worked with Microsoft cloud services for over a decade and has been MCT since 2013, MVP since 2020, and awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Security Researcher for 2021. Currently, Dr Syynimaa works as a Senior Principal Security Researcher for Secureworks Counter Threat Unit. Before moving to his current position, Dr Syynimaa worked as a CIO, consultant, trainer, researcher, and university lecturer for almost 20 years. Dr Syynimaa has spoken in many international scientific and professional conferences, including IEEE TrustCom 2018, Black Hat Arsenal USA 2019, Black Hat Arsenal Europe 2019 and 2021, and RSA Conference 2022

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