Azure for Architects: Design an Authentication and Data Security Strategy

Azure for Architects: Design an Authentication and Data Security Strategy
Azure for Architects: Design an Authentication and Data Security Strategy
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 43m | 89 MB

In order to create secure and reliable solutions in Azure, organizations must have strong identity and security designs. In this course, instructor Sharon Bennett covers the concepts you need to know to effectively design a strategy around user authentication and data security across a system. Sharon covers several key topics, including OAuth 2.0 authentication, managed identities for Azure resources, SQL database encryption, and the Key Vault API. In addition to being vital to anyone charged with architecting a secure Azure environment, the concepts covered in this course can help you prepare for the Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies exam (AZ-300), a required exam for the Azure Solutions Architect Expert certification.

Table of Contents

1 Implement Azure authenication and secure data
2 What you need to know
3 Azure authentication overview
4 Multi-factor authentication overview
5 Configure MFA service settings
6 OAuth 2.0 and OpenId
7 Azure managed identities
8 Encryption at rest
9 Azure SQL database encryption
10 SSL TLS overview
11 Implement Azure Confidential Compute
12 Azure Key Vault
13 Next steps