Zero Trust Security
You can use Conditional Access policies to enforce a zero-trust security model by requiring users to be authenticated and authorised before accessing resources. This approach helps prevent unauthorised access to sensitive data, even from within the organisation's network.
Risk-Based Access Controls
Conditional Access policies can be configured to evaluate risk factors such as user location, device health and suspicious activity, and enforce access controls based on the level of risk. This ensures that access to sensitive data is granted only to authorised users on trusted devices.
Context-Aware Access Controls
You can configure Conditional Access policies to apply access controls based on contextual factors such as the user's location, device type, and network, helping to prevent unauthorised access to sensitive data from untrusted devices or locations.
Adaptive Access Controls
Conditional Access policies can be configured to dynamically adjust access controls based on changes in user behaviour, device health, or other risk factors. This approach helps ensure that access to sensitive data is granted only to authorised users on trusted devices, even as the risk landscape evolves.
Integration with Azure Information Protection
Conditional Access policies can be integrated with Azure Information Protection to enforce data protection policies based on the sensitivity of the data being accessed. This helps ensure that sensitive data is protected – regardless of where it is accessed from, or by whom.
Determine policies to be enforced and user groups.
1-hour workshop to run through implementation and how it will affect users.
Configuration of the policies and known/ trusted locations and devices.
Full deployment of the policies, including testing.
Documentation that includes how to monitor the service, and enable/disable policies.
30-minute workshop to ensure you have everything you need.
To get started with Conditional Access, drop Elliot a line at email@example.com