50 Ways to Secure Your Azure

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Paul Simon once famously proclaimed in song that "There must be 50 ways to leave your lover". Its one of the most iconic and best recognised songs of the last century and one that we all hum along to for days after it comes on the radio. I'm not sure if Paul ever gave us 50 ways, but it got me thinking - there must be 50 ways to secure your Azure? Join me in this session where I guide you through the (approximately) 50 different ways you can secure your Azure Tenants and Subscriptions!


Michael Durkan 🇮🇪

Microsoft Azure MVP - Azure Cloud Architect

Michael is a Microsoft Azure MVP with over 20 years experience in both On-premises , Hybrid and Cloud environments with a particular focus on giving customers trusted advice in their Cloud Migration strategy. Michael has spoken at both user groups and in-person conferences covering topics across the entire Azure platform from Azure Core Compute to Azure PaaS services. He has published LinkedIn Learning courses on the AZ-801 exam objectives, and regularly blogs at michaeldurkan.com. He contributes regularly to the Microsoft Q&A platform as an Azure Community Champion. He works for Avanade Ireland as their Azure Practice Lead.

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