I’m proud to share that I’ll be returning as a speaker for Azure Saturday Belgrade. This year, the event is hosted virtually on Saturday February 20th 2021.
About Azure Saturday Belgrade
As part of AzureDays.org events, Azure Saturday Belgrade is a community-driven event to share knowledge and experiences about Microsoft Azure. In their part of the world, Azure Saturday is the biggest Azure-focused event.
The event is organized by Azure User Group Serbia. Again, Azure Saturday will bring together Azure experts and professionals from the region and the rest of Europe, with the same goal; learn and have fun.
About my session
I’ll present a 45-minute session on:
Increasing the security of on-premises Active Directory with Azure AD
Saturday February 20th, 2021 12 PM – 12:45 PM
Would you believe a networking infrastructure can become more secure by adding cloud to it? In this session, I’ll share my real-world experience with how Azure AD-based technologies make the on-premises environments of my customers more secure.
Air-gapping and the accompanying immense challenges for updating, activating and monitoring for admins are truly referred back to the 80s in this session. I’ve met a lot of old-fashioned CISOs the last couple of years that truly believed air-gapping their environments and requiring multi-multi-multi-factor authentication for access off-premises was the way to go.
In this session I’ll show how organizations can:
- Require multi-factor authentication only when needed because of risk
- Get notified of leaked credentials
- Ban bad passwords
- Manage fragile Domain Controllers better
- Get back on top of the millions of events that currently burden down their current SIEM solution
I’ve built a couple of exciting demos to showcase the strengths of Azure AD, Azure AD Connect Health to really blow your minds!
The plus for virtual events is that there are virtually unlimited seats. Last year, the event has sold out, but for this year’s Azure Saturday Belgrade event, you can still get your free tickets. Register here.