ACG Fundamentals

How to secure your Azure account

Episode description

If you have signed up for an Azure account but haven’t created a less privileged user, this lesson is for you. We walk you through the how and reasons why you should secure your Azure account.

0:00 – Introduction
1:08 – Create a least-privileged user
2:38 – Enable MFA
3:22 – Login as a new user

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Security breach study by Verizon 2020

Secure Azure Active Directory users with Multi-Factor Authentication

Manage access to an Azure subscription by using Azure role-based access control (Azure RBAC)

Five steps to securing your identity infrastructure

Azure Identity Management and access control security best practices

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Being an avid learner means we are always beginners to a new topic or concept. With ACG Fundamentals, we want to equip you with the lessons you need to tackle new cloud concepts, projects, and real-world scenarios. With fun, bite-sized and succinct lessons, you'll be able to learn from anywhere in a matter of minutes. This is the series that puts the fun in fundamentals.

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