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Wednesday, November 13 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
ConfigMgr Security - Defending The Castle
Description:
The ConfigMgr product we've all grown to appreciate and love, is an incredibly powerful tool. With great power comes great responsibility so configuring your environment in a secure way and understanding the many underlying security related items used by ConfigMgr is no luxury. This two-part session aims to give you insight into all the security related items in ConfigMgr, and there are a ton of them. Things we'll cover, in different levels of depth, include (This is most likely not the full list): - Client approval - WMI Security - SQL Security - ConfigMgr RBA - ConfigMgr Multi-Factor Authentication - Authentication protocols used - Self-Signed & PKI based certificates as used by ConfigMgr - the new Token-based authentication Accounts and groups used by ConfigMgr, like the Network Access Account, client push account,...., - Mechanism that protects ConfigMgr content by using File Hashes - Special files in ConfigMgr

What you will learn:
  • Concrete tips in securing your ConfigMgr environment
  • Basic ConfigMgr RBA best practices anyone can and most likely should implement
  • Be better prepared in discussions with your security team
  • Using Configuration Items to up your security posture.

Speakers
avatar for Kim Oppalfens

Kim Oppalfens

Microsoft MVP, Senior Consultant, OSCC
Kim Oppalfens was awarded as an MVP 1st of April 2005, which makes him one of a couple of ConfigMgr April fool's MVP's. Kim is a self-proclaimed quiet, shy guy and overall nice guy, although part of that statement is currently under stress because of the evil influence of certain... Read More →
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Tom Degreef

Senior Consultant, OSCC
Tom has been a Configmgr consultant for several years and has been a Microsoft Support Escalation Engineer for over 2 years. Tom became an independent Configmgr Consultant again and delivers consultancy for just about anything that is EMS or Systems Management related. This includes... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon
  • Skill Level Deep Dive
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