MTT | REMOTE | Keys to Successfully Implementing Azure Identity Governance! | Charlotte


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Microsoft Tech Talks Charlotte | Keys to Successfully Implementing Azure Identity Governance! by Jorge Lopez and Tori Fuller.

Thursday - April 30, 2020 - 10:00AM - 12:15PM EST



Azure AD identity governance enables customers to govern employee and business partner access to resources at enterprise scale with great compliance and auditing controls. During this presentation we will talk to you about four great tools to govern access to your resources in Azure Active Directory, Privileged Identity Management, Terms of Use , Access reviews and a Brand New feature called Entitlement Management!



Jorge Lopez is a Sr Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft with more than 14 years of experience in the industry. He is a Subject Matter Expert in the Cloud and Hybrid identity space. In his current role at Microsoft he supports several customers around the world. He is also one of the leads and creators of the Azure AD Assessment among other workshops offered to Premier customers. He currently holds Microsoft certifications including: M365 Security Administrator Associate, Azure Administrator Associate, MCT, MCSA Windows Server, and MCSE Cloud platform and Infrastructure.


Tori Fuller is a Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft starting her career within App Service Support Engineering and then transitioning into Field Engineering within the Azure Governance space. She is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Azure Administrator Associate. She specializes in Azure Governance assisting customers to operate with least privilege and assists customers to implement governance at scale with features like Azure Policy and Blueprints. Her passion is to assist customers in leveraging Azure Governance features to implement a governance strategy that offloads administrate effort.


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