Identity and Access Management Training

Identity and Access Management Training

Level: Intermediate
Course #: 2056

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This identity and access management course will teach you to strengthen your organization’s security and simplify access to critical resources by implementing the appropriate Identity Management (IdM) and Identity Access Management (IAM) strategies. You will learn how to implement Single Sign-On (SSO) via a solid foundation based on industry-standard Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Federated Identity Management (FIM).

Key Features of this Identity Access Management Training:

After-course instructor coaching benefit

You Will Learn How To:

Implement identity/access management to control access to IT resources

Build a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to manage trust between Identity Providers (IdPs) and Relying Parties (RPs)

Streamline identity authentication for applications with claims

Seamlessly authenticate to the cloud with Federated Identity Management (FIM)

Synchronize identities among disparate authentication stores with Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016

Goals Live, Instructor-Led – Live, Online Training

Important Identity Access Management Course Information

Requirements

Familiarity with security issues at the level of: Course 468, {course:468}

Experience with Windows operating system

Identity Access Management Course Outline

Managing Identities in a Digital World

Identity and its theft

Eliminating vulnerabilities in identification and authentication processes

Compromising multiple identities

Exploiting Object ID OID identities

Ensuring strong authentication

Enforcing authentication with biometrics

Requiring multifactor authentication with smart cards

Migrating to virtual smart cards and Trusted Platform Module TPM

Implementing Single Sign-On (SSO)

Interoperating via open industry standards, federated logon and claims

Applying Kerberos identities in a domain

Surveying IdM solutions

Making identities portable with Secure Tokens

On-premises and cloud-based identity management

Synchronizing Identities

Discovering identity stores

Exploring identities in Kerberos tickets and AD attributes

Identifying identities in SQL databases

Demystifying MIM 2016

Importing identities from Connected Data Source CDS into Connector Space CS

Synchronizing identities into Metaverse MV

Managing identities and rules with the SharePoint MIM Portal Implementing Identities in a PKI

Inside PKI X.509 v3 certificates

Expiring identities with certificate lifetimes

Verifying identities with Subject Alternative Name

Binding identities to certificates

Establishing trust via certificates

Validating trust with digital signatures

Creating entity trust by importing a root CA

Distributing trust to subordinate CAs

Flowing trust with domain Group Policy Object GPO

Building an enterprise trust hierarchy

Publishing Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs)

Increasing security with an offline root CA

Accessing directories with LDAP

Configuring Online Certificate Status Protocol OCSP

Trusting an external identity provider

Forming a certificate chain

Locating the CA Trust Anchor

Expanding Trust with Federated Identity Management

Federated management with Microsoft AD FS 3.0

Authenticating with a trusted Identity Provider IdP

Controlling access with claims

Verifying SAML tokens with Relaying Party RP

Striving for universally interoperable and portable identity

Creating claims-aware applications

Building claims-aware applications with Windows Identity Foundation WIF

Abstracting SAML, WS-Trust and WS-Federation protocols

Trusting external Identity Providers

Extending ADFS externally with Web Application Proxy WAP

Mapping external ADFS namespaces with DNS

Delivering Identities to the Cloud

Windows Azure federation

Extending on-premises Active Directory (AD) to Azure AD

Implementing SSO in Azure for Office 365 and SaaS applications

Amazon AWS federation

Authenticating with Amazon IAM roles

Microsoft federated log-in to Amazon services using SAML tokens

Mobile Identity Management with BYOD

Enrolling mobile devices

Joining devices with Workplace Join

Enacting Device Registration Services DRS

Planning a Federated Identity Roadmap

Achieving the FICAM IdM vision

Creating organizational identity management policy

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