Azure AD Identity Security

 
German Intermediate Identity

In dieser Session wird Thomas Naunheim uns die verschiedenen Möglichkeiten zur Identity SEcurity mittels Azure AD zeigen.

Speakers

Gregor Reimling

Azure MVP | Cloud Architect

Gregor is working for sepago GmbH as a Cloud Solutions Architect for Azure. His focus is Cloud Governance and Security, Hybrid Infrastructures and Azure Files. Since 2018 he has awarded with the MVP award for Microsoft Azure Gregor is mostly find as Speaker on many community conferences, blogs regulary at www.reimling.eu and is organizer of the Azure Bonn Meetup, an local Azure user group near Cologne.

Thomas Naunheim

Cloud Architect

Thomas Naunheim is a Cloud Architect from Germany with focus on cloud-native, identity and security solutions in Microsoft Azure. He is involved in projects to design and implement cloud solutions (including evaluation of new cloud technology and products) in enterprise environments. You will find him blogging at "cloud-architekt.net" and speaking on community events. He is also a member of the "Azure Meetup Bonn" and "Cloud Identity Summit" organization team In 2020 he has awarded as MVP in the category "Azure" by Microsoft.

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