Securing Azure AD: How to assess role membership, groups, and more

Building Effective Azure Active Directory Practices


Azure Active Directory (AD) is a key security component for all the systems with which it integrates: Exchange Online, Skype for Business Online, and SharePoint Online, as well as Salesforce and Workday. As such, securing Azure AD is critical. Businesses must ensure users who access the resources that it protects are who they claim to be, and that they have only the rights that they require.

In this white paper, you’ll examine a four-phase plan for developing effective Azure AD security, focusing in particular on the first phase—continual assessment.

Read on to learn how to perform continual assessments of role membership, security verification methods, and groups to ensure the health of Azure AD, using native tools like PowerShell, as well as third-party tools that automate monitoring and reporting. 

07 Nov 2017
07 Nov 2017
17 Page(s)
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