Architecting a Zero Trust Framework in Azure

English Intermediate Security

In this session, Dwayne will provide guidance toward architecting a Zero Trust Framework within your Azure infrastructure. He will provide areas of focus for identity, networking, devices, applications, and data for a defense in depth security design. This article will close with a case study example of how to evaluate and consult for a Zero Trust Framework within your company or customer.


Dwayne Natwick

Global Principal Cloud Security Lead for Atos | MVP - Azure | (ISC)2 CCSP, CISSP |MCT Regional Lead | AWS Security & Identity Community Builder | Cloud Training Architect for Opsgility

Dwayne is the Global Principal Cloud Security Lead for Atos. He is also a Microsoft MVP for Azure, AWS Community Builder for Security & Identity, and an author, trainer, and product manager with over 30 years of experience in the IT industry. He is certified in multiple Azure and M365 roles, including Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect Expert, Azure Solution Architect Expert, AWS Solution Architect Associate, Azure Administrator Associate, Microsoft Security Analyst Associate, Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator Associate, Microsoft Information Protection Administrator Associate, Azure Security Engineer Associate, and Microsoft 365 Security Administrator Associate. In addition to creating curriculum, training, and blog writing, Dwayne is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Regional Lead. Dwayne has also authored two books for Packt Publishing, with a third on the way.

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