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Implementing and Managing Microsoft Azure Multi-factor Authentication

by Neil Morrissey

In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure Multi-factor Authentication to leverage a user's mobile device to add an extra layer of security to your applications and systems. You'll learn all the integration and admin features available.

What you'll learn

Username and password authentication is susceptible to many forms of attack, and multi-factor authentication offers a way to mitigate this threat. Azure multi-factor authentication is a global service that allows you to add a second factor of authentication to your on-premises and cloud based systems using a hardware device already in the hands of your users and customers - their mobile phone. In this course, Implementing and Managing Microsoft Azure Multi-factor Authentication, you'll learn how to configure Azure MFA in the cloud and on-premises. First, you'll discover the self-service options available to users and business administrators, and how to integrate Azure MFA with a variety of technologies and applications. Next, you'll explore the configuration options to integrate Azure MFA with your existing systems. Finally, you'll see how to protect cloud-based applications with MFA and Conditional Access Policies. By the end of this course, you'll know how to deploy, configure, and monitor Azure MFA, in the cloud and on-premises.

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About the author

Neil has worked on everything from early mobile .NET compact framework apps to modern Azure based web apps during his years in IT. As a developer and architect, he has focused on .NET and JavaScript application development, security, and hosting across a variety of Microsoft platforms, including ASP.NET, SharePoint, and Dynamics CRM. Neil has several Microsoft Certifications, including MCPD, MCSA, and MCSD.

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