As organizations continue to expand their reliance on remote workforces and third-party partners in a hybrid on-premises/cloud environment, traditional security perimeters are crumbling. Legacy authentication solutions like Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) may not employ the necessary modern identity and access management intelligence, leaving companies with inadequate controls and “blind spots” that increase risk.
Eliminate authentication blind spots and uplift your security posture
In this special presentation, identity experts from Edgile and Microsoft will show how migrating to Azure Active Directory Premium (AADP) will help protect your business and increase end-user productivity within a modern, Zero Trust identity framework.
We’ll explain the Zero Trust model and identify the blind spots caused by ADFS and third-party solutions. Case studies will demonstrate why clients are transitioning to modern authentication and run through the risk reduction benefits that AADP provides, including:
- Strong multi-factor authentication (MFA) for both on-premises and cloud apps
- Single sign-on (SSO) for thousands of SaaS apps
- Protection for on-premises web apps with secure remote access
- Reduced costs and helpdesk calls through self-service password resets and dedicated group management
Finally, we’ll map out Edgile’s 3-step migration process to show how an AADP deployment can support your business and risk management objectives.
Your organization needs a way to reduce risk, provide modern organizational controls and empower end users. Join us December 15 and learn how Edgile’s modern authentication solutions can help. And find out if you qualify for a Microsoft-funded security workshop that will provide a deeper dive into AADP capabilities, benefits and migration roadmaps.
Who should attend?
- Chief Information Security Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Director of Security
- Director of Infrastructure
- Risk Management Team
WEBINAR: Adopting a Zero Trust Approach for Modern Authentication
Presented by Edgile and Microsoft
Date: December 15, 2020
Time: 12pm PT / 3pm ET