Protecting Your Hybrid Active Directory Environment
Date: Tuesday, April 12th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
You're moving to Azure Active Directory (AAD) but must maintain on-premises AD for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, the only similarities between AAD and AD is the name. They use entirely different permission models, require different management strategies, and are vulnerable to different attacker tactics.
Recent incidents, for example the SolarWinds situation, have exposed the risks hybrid AD faces. In this webinar, hybrid AD security experts from Semperis will talk about the difference, the interdependencies, and connections between these two mission critical identity stores.
You will learn:
How to detect vulnerabilities in both AD and AAD
Defensive strategies to prevent persistence and lateral movement across the hybrid AD environment
The right approach to creating resilience for both AD and AAD
Where you can unify efforts and where you should treat each separately
Join us to improve security and resilience for your legacy and Azure ADs, no matter where you are on the journey.
About the presenters:
Jorge de Almeida Pinto | Senior Solutions Architect, Semperis
Jorge has a very strong focus on and passion about Identities, Security and Recovery. He helps and guides organizations in architecting, designing, implementing and maintaining secure identity solutions. When things do go bad, either he has already help you prepare for it or he is able to help you getting back on track. He has received the Microsoft MVP Award every year since 2006.
Greg Jones | Senior Product Manager for Azure Solutions, Semperis
Greg has been focused on directories and messaging throughout his 20+ year career in the tech industry. Greg has had served in various roles which span product management, technical sales, architecture, and administration. He has held positions in both commercial and in the public sector. Greg most recently has focused on SaaS, building both tenant-to-tenant migration solutions and AAD/M365 Management solutions. He has held positions at Quest Software, Dell, and Quadrotech as well as being a veteran of the USAF.