One of the biggest advantage of using SharePoint as a Document Management and collaboration environment is that a robust security and permissions structure is built-in to the application itself. Authenticating and authorizing users is a fairly straightforward task, and administration of security permissions is simplified. Too often, however, security for SharePoint stops there, and organizations don't pay enough attention to all of the other considerations that are part of a SharePoint security stack, and more often than not don't properly build them into a deployment. This includes such diverse categories including Edge, Transport, Infrastructure, Data, and Rights Management Security, all areas that are often neglected but are nonetheless extremely important. This session discusses the entire stack of Security within SharePoint, from best practices around managing permissions and ACLs to comply with Role Based Access Control, to techniques to secure inbound access to externally-facing SharePoint sites. The session is designed to be comprehensive, and includes all major security topics in SharePoint 2013 and 2010, focusing on a discussion of various real-world designs that are built to be secure.
• Understand how to use native technologies to secure all layers of a SharePoint environment, including Data, Transport, Infrastructure, Edge, and Rights Management.
• Examine tools and technologies that can help secure SharePoint, including AD Rights Management Services, Forefront Unified Access Gateway, SQL Transparent Data Encryption, and more.
• Understand a Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) permissions model and how it can be used to gain better control over authorization and access control to SharePoint files and data.