Cette session ‘’Sécurité Azure’’ s’inscrit dans la démarche Zéro Trust de Microsoft Venez découvrir avec nous comment mettre en œuvre des authentifications ‘’encore plus fortes’’ dans Azure et dans votre Active Directory On-Premise pour vos utilisateurs O365 et administrateurs Azure. Cette session vous permettra de répondre à cette question ainsi qu’aux questions suivantes : Qu’est-ce que le protocole FIDO2 et pourquoi FIDO2 dans Azure ? Pourquoi distribuer des clés de sécurité FIDO2 ? En quoi FIDO2 dans Azure est aussi une évolution importante pour votre AD On-Premise ?
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