The Microsoft Executive Order 14028 Workshop is designed to help US Federal Government customers assess the maturity of their identity estates.
The Microsoft Executive Order 14028 Workshop is designed to help US Federal Government customers assess the maturity of their identity estates, understand Zero Trust Architecture aligned to the Executive Order 14028 and how those can be applied to meet the requirements and modernize their approach to identity and access management. By using Azure AD application discovery tools, you can help your customers gain visibility into their current applications identity estates and work together with your customers to define clear next steps and the best ways to mitigate risks.
Workshop deliverables include:
How to mitigate access risk by protecting, monitoring, and auditing access to critical assets through identity governance Outlining strong authentication methods like native certificate based authentication and phishing resistant multi factor authentication Clear understanding of situations where identity might be compromised and remediation steps Actionable recommendations and next steps for improved migration and governance to align with Executive Order 14028 guidance Workshop requirements In this workshop the expectation is that you have covered the following topics:
How to discover applications using different application discovery tools and techniques Azure AD Fundamentals (Managed Auth, SSO) Device Management to provide CA device compliance based (Endpoint Compliance) Identity Governance (PIM, Access reviews, Entitlement Management) Securing Applications (Azure AD Application Management, SaaS, SHA, 3rd Party solutions) Authorization (Conditional Access, RBAC, ABAC, XTAP) Strong Authentication (Certificate Based Authentication, Phishing Resistant MFA) Remote Server Administration Administration Segmentation
The following activities must be completed:
Design and Planning Sessions Key results, recommendations, and next steps
Week 1: Pre-Engagement + Kickoff
Week 2: Engagement + Design and planning
Week 3: Recommendations + Next Steps
Week 4: Optional Modules