Earlier this month I spoke at Experts Live Summer Night, an Security focused event for IT Professionals. I covered JIT, Privileged Access Management and JEA, Just Enough Administration. Here is an excerpt of the presentation:
Just Enough Administration, also known as JEA, has been around for several years and has received a lot of updates and new features. How can we use this to secure our servers and reduce the attack surface that we expose to potential malicious actors. During this session Jaap will demo how to configure and deploy JEA templates, configure JIT administration.
All the code and slides are as always available in my EventsGitHub repository:
Last week I was lucky enough to attend and speak at the largest European PowerShell conference, PowerShell Conference Europe in Hannover. At the conference I was surrounded by some of the best and brightest in the my field, an overwhelming and educational experience. I think it is fair to say this has been one of the best events of its kind and my thanks goes out to Tobias and the PSConfEU team for putting such a great event together.
If you missed out on the event then there is no need to fret as almost every session has been recorded and the PSConfEU team is currently working on making sure all content is available on the PowerShell Conference Europe YouTube channel: Playlist: PowerShell Conference EU – PSCONF.EU 2017
To give you an impression of the event here are some pictures of the PowerShell Conference:
Jaap PSConfEU Card
Attendees in Flynn’s Container session
Jaap and Jason
Jaap Brasser presenting
For the actual code and presentation slide decks that were used by all presenters you can check out the GitHub repository: GitHub – PSConfEU – 2017
More information is continually posted, both by the PSConfEU team as well as other speakers and organizers. You can expect blog posts on the content I presented on during the conference. Let me know what topics you are most interested in and I will use that as input for upcoming blog posts.
I presented the following three topics, so head over to my GitHub account to grab the slides and code, as always it is stored in the Events repository: