I’m presenting two more Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars

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After the huge success of my previously co-presented Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars for their US audience, Netwrix and I have decided to organize these webinars again for people in Europe, Africa and the Middle-East.

On June 23rd and June 25th, Netwrix’ Russel McDermott and I discuss how Active Directory and Azure AD are better together.

You’ll learn how you can benefit from integrating your on-premises Active Directory Domain Services environment with Azure AD, how to harden your hybrid environment, how to configure Azure AD tools and features properly to get more value out of them, and how to effectively monitor what’s happening across your hybrid IT infrastructure.

About the webinars

Whether you’re already building your cloud infrastructure or are still considering your strategy, enroll in this free online course to find out why Active Directory and Azure AD are better together.


June 23, 2021 3PM Central European Summer Time (CEST)

The Microsoft Cloud offers a wealth of benefits, from powerful enterprise applications and built-in high availability to predictable costs. But most organizations still need their on-premises IT environment as well. Fortunately, there are proven strategies for making your trusted Active Directory environment and your shiny new Azure AD tenant work together, enabling a seamless user experience and strong security.

In this webinar, I’ll share my expertise for making that happen. Join this session to learn:

  • The benefits of using Active Directory and Azure AD together
  • How to properly configure infrastructure security services, including Azure AD Conditional Access, Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), Connect Health, Identity Protection, and Password Protection
  • How to track both on-prem AD logins and Azure AD sign-ins in one dashboard
  • How to quickly detect and report on security changes in AD and Azure AD


June 25, 2021 Central European Summer Time (CEST)

We already know the principle of hardening for on-premises systems, apps and services. Now, let’s apply it to the Microsoft Cloud as well!

I’ll show you the default settings in Azure AD and explain why they aren’t appropriate for all organizations. By looking under the covers of Azure AD, you’ll know when to dial the buttons that govern guest access, app consent and access to the Azure AD admin portal. I’ll sprinkle some Conditional Access, Microsoft Defender for Identity and Azure Log Analytics goodness on top of these settings to keep you on top of all things Azure AD.

In this session you’ll find out:

  1. What happens if you use the default Azure AD settings
  2. How to harden your Active Directory, Azure AD and Microsoft 365
  3. How to easily track and report on security and configuration changes in Azure AD
  4. How to secure the sensitive data you store in Microsoft 365

Join us!

Get ahead of the field and kickstart the directory overhaul for your organization!
Register here.

These webinars are offered free of charge, thanks to the sponsoring by Netwrix. By signing up for these webinars you agree to their privacy policy.

About Netwrix

Netwrix logoNetwrix empowers information security and governance professionals to reclaim control over sensitive, regulated and business-critical data, regardless of where it resides.

Over 10,000 organizations worldwide rely on Netwrix solutions to secure sensitive data, realize the full business value of enterprise content, pass compliance audits with less effort and expense, and increase the productivity of IT teams and knowledge workers. Founded in 2006, Netwrix has earned more than 150 industry awards and been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists of the fastest growing companies in the U.S.

4 Responses to I’m presenting two more Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars


    I am interested but how to register for these webinars

    • Hi Sukhwinder,

      Register here.


    I was registered, but missed the time slot. Are there any recordings available? kind regards

    • Hi Peter,

      The recordings for the US versions of these presentations are now available for you to watch.


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