Unlocking Minimum Permission Footprints for Azure IaC Deployments

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In this talk we delve into the capabilities of the Open Source az-mpf utility, which can be used in determining the least privilege permissions necessary for successful ARM/Bicep/Terraform deployments. In this talk, we’ll explore: * The Importance of Restricting Permissions: Understand why restricting permissions is crucial for security and compliance in cloud environments. * az-mpf at a Glance: A brief overview of the Open Source utility . * Hands-On Demonstrations: Witness az-mpf in action as we showcase scenarios where it simplifies permission management. * Best Practices: Learn how az-mpf can be integrated into your deployment workflow for enhanced security posture.


Maninderjit Bindra

Principal Software Engineer @ Microsoft

Maninderjit Bindra (CKA/CKS/LFCS) is a Principal Software Engineer with Microsoft. He likes to build scalable and resilient cloud solutions, contributing to open source communities, and sharing knowledge gained during the engagements with others. You can checkout his OSS contributions at https://github.com/maniSbindra, and blog at https://medium.com/@maninder.bindra

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