Azure AD Connect is a versatile yet free tool from Microsoft to build the bridge between Active Directory and Azure Active Directory. It takes care of synchronization of objects between the two identity platforms and can configure authentication, too. While not widely known, Azure AD Connect is the perfect tool to set up an AD FS Farm, consisting of an AD FS Server (also known as a Security Token Service) and a Web Application Proxy. It automatically sets up the Relying Party Trust to Azure AD. When done, Azure AD Connect has a couple of tricks up its sleeve that you might want to take advantage of.
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Bonus: Gain insights in sign-ins both in Active Directory on-premises and Azure AD in one dashboard
Data security analyst Bob Diachenko (@MayhemDayOne) will join us in this webinar to share his expert tips for reducing your risk of a data breach. To discover data leaks and vulnerabilities on the internet, Bob uses search engines like Shodan, BinaryEdge and Zoomeye, and simple dorks. No special software or active scanning, just 'bare hands' and some luck. If he can find your data, then anybody else in the world can, too.
Bob will provide some great insights based on recent data breaches in unsecured NoSQL databases caused by trusted staff and partners, including: