Friday 10th April, 2015
9:55am to 11:05am
Some of the most sensitive information in our organizations are our identities - the identities of our employees, our partners and of our clients. With the multitude of online services available and the constant public reports about massive identity thefts, businesses are becoming increasingly concerned with protecting the identities that they manage and the identity information that they store. However, how do you effectively product sensitive identity information when moving a collaboration platform like SharePoint to a cloud provider like Office 365? This can present interesting challenges for how we manage those identities - challenges like single sign on, storing sensitive identity information and identity synchronization. In this session we'll explore some these challenges and provide a detailed walk-through of the capabilities and technologies that Microsoft has built to effectively solve these challenges. These technologies will include Active Directory synchronization to Office 365 as well as federation to provide single sign on.
Solutions Architect at Protiviti
Antonio Maio is an information security professional with over 20 years of experience in cyber security practices and systems. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Antonio is a senior manager and senior SharePoint architect with Protiviti. His varied background includes in-depth knowledge of public key infrastructure, identity management and access control systems, as well as information security best practices. His broad knowledge and experience with Microsoft SharePoint extends over the last 8 years and focusses on solving security challenges for enterprise customers, military organizations and governments. Antonio is passionate about helping customers be productive with software and he has received a Microsoft MVP Award (Most Valuable Professional) for the last 3 consecutive years specializing in Microsoft SharePoint Server. When he's not working with customers to help them get the most out of SharePoint, he can be found contributing to the SharePoint community either through sessions at user group meetings and conferences or through his blog at www.trustsharepoint.com.
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