Speaking at Scottish Summit 2021!

I’m very much looking forward to speaking this Saturday 27th of February at the Virtual Scottish Summit 2021! This amazing Community conference will host 365 (!) virtual sessions from experts all over the world, ranging from first-time speakers to experienced community leaders.

Sessions will be delivered in a range of tracks covering Microsoft technologies and community topics, something to choose from for everyone.

My session will be about why it so important to have Zero Trust Admins with least privilege access, and why you start using Azure AD PIM (Privileged Identity Management) today!

I learned about the stereotype of cheap Scots from reading about Scrooge McDuck, I’ve no idea if this is true or not, probably not ;), but the thing that is true is that you should be really cheap when handing out admin privileges.

Today Microsoft 365 Global Administrators or Azure Subscription Owners are the new Domain/Enterprise Admins, in many organizations too many users have these roles. In the session I will show how by implementing just-in-time and just-enough-access (JIT/JEA) policies, we can reduce vulnerability and attack surface, and the right tool for the job is using Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM).

I have been using AAD PIM for years, and in this session I will share my best practices and how to implement and use the right way.

Session details:

There is still time to register, but time and available tickets are running out fast. Go an register your free ticket for an awesome day of free community contents here:

Scottish Summit 2021 | Scottish Summit

Have a great conference and hope you visit my session if the topic is of your interest!

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