- Legacy and modern authentication protocols
- What are Claims
- Dynamic Access Control
- Services Accounts threats, attack and working with GMSA
Masterclass: Administering and Configuring ADFS and Claims
This is an international Live Virtual Class where you will be able to share the learning experience with a group of IT pros from around the world without leaving your home or office! The class is taught fully remotely in English by CQURE Cybersecurity Experts. In order to ensure the highest quality and unique learning experience, the course is limited to 12 participants by default, or supported by an assistant instructor if the number of delegates exceeds 12. During this course, you will have the opportunity to go through CQURE’s custom lab exercises, interact with our world-renowned Expert and receive a lifelong certification after completing the course!
|Live Virtual Class||Length||Start Date||Instructor|
|Register Now||3 days-21h||14.03.2022||Michael Grafnetter|
|Register Now||3 days-21h||23.05.2022||Mike Jankowski-Lorek, Ph.D.|
Active Directory Federation Services and Claims workshop is the best way to learn how to implement the most business oriented server role! Federated Identity and claims based applications are becoming more and more popular – they simplify the resource access both for your employees and business partners.
When the world becomes more focused on solving ‘Bring Your Own Device’ issues, it is time to become more up to date with the newest technology capabilities: Active Directory Federation Services and Active Directory Domain Services have been extended to comprehend the most popular mobile devices and provide conditional access and access policies. With these policies in place, you can control access based on users, devices, locations, and access times.
Come and learn how to establish partnerships with your business parties, how to implement Single Sign On to access corporate resources, how to manage access to devices and how to implement capabilities to work from anywhere in the world!
To get more practice we offer three extra weeks of labs online!
The course focuses on implementation scenarios, including practice in the newest technologies and solutions delivered with Windows Server 2019.
Enterprise administrators, infrastructure architects, security professionals, systems engineers, network administrators, IT professionals, security consultants and other people responsible for implementing network and perimeter security.
To participate in the course you need a Stable internet connection. For the best learning experience we also need you to have a webcam, headphones and a microphone. Open RDP port 3391 for the connection to the Lab environment is needed as well. We will setup a secure Zoom classroom for every day of the course – we will send you a safe link to join the conference by e-mail.
After finishing the course, you will be granted a CQURE Certificate of Completion. Please note that after completing the course you will also be eligible to claim CPE points!
We are Experts in remote delivery. In the past year, we have organized over 200 days of trainings and we have tested many solutions. The experience remains the same as in the case of face-to-face trainings – a personalized, lab intense training with a lot of interaction between you and the instructor.
You will be granted a lab access for the duration of the training and a complementary access for additional 3 weeks after the training concludes with new challenging exercise instructions. With the extra self-study materials, you will be able to refresh your knowledge, acquire new skills and practically apply the techniques you have just learned.
What is wonderful about our certification is that it is lifetime valid with no renewal fees – the technology changes, but fundamentals and attitude remain mostly the same. Our Virtual Certificates, which entitle you to collect CPE Points, are issued via Accredible.
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Mike Jankowski-Lorek is a solution architect, developer, data scientist and security expert with more than 15-years’ experience in the field. He designs and implements solutions for Databases, Network & Management area, mainly for Microsoft platform for medium to enterprise level organizations. Mike holds multiple certifications, especially security, database and software development related. He is one of core Experts at CQURE and holds a PhD in Computer Science.
Michael is an expert on Windows Security, Microsoft Azure and PowerShell, he holds a master’s degree in Software Engineering and in early 2021 he was awarded with the Microsoft Azure Most Valuable Professional title. He is an author of the open-source Directory Services Internals (DSInternals) PowerShell module and Thycotic Weak Password Finder, tools used by security auditors and penetration testers worldwide. His unique DSInternals Framework exposes many undocumented Active Directory security features, and it has already been integrated into multiple 3rd party solutions for Identity Management and Active Directory Disaster Recovery.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The course is perfect for enterprise administrators, infrastructure architects, security professionals, systems engineers, network administrators, IT professionals, security consultants.
To attend this training, you should have good hands-on experience in administering Windows infrastructure and medium level knowledge about Active Directory Domain Services.
Exercises, presentation slides with notes. All exercises are based on newest Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10.
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