Cloud Fortress : Entra Global Secure Access

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Microsoft Entra Internet Access and Microsoft Entra Private Access - coupled with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps uniquely togather as a solution and converges network, identity, and endpoint access controls so you can secure access to any app or resource, from anywhere. With the addition of these Global Secure Access products, In this session we will unveil how Microsoft Entra ID enables access orchestration for employees, business partners, and digital workloads. and how you can continuously monitor and adjust user access in real time if permissions or risk level changes.


Tushar Kumar

Cloud Security Lead

Azure Certified Cloud Solutions Architect, Awarded Most valuable professional by Microsoft, former MSP, Community lead and Microsoft recognized Azure Community Hero. With rich experience in planning, designing, implementing and maintaining secure applications in Azure Cloud from x86 and non-x86 environments. A recognized leader in migrating and creating enterprise architecture for the transition from on-premise to cloud using Azure services. I hold advanced specialization in Identity, Security, and Compliance and working extensively in the large transformation of enterprises and Banking Finance and Insurance institutions.

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