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How it works: Backup and restore for Microsoft Authenticator

How it works: Backup and restore for Microsoft Authenticator

Hello! With the dust settling from Ignite 2019, let’s dive in with “how stuff works” – focusing on the Microsoft Authenticator’s backup and restore feature. Earlier this year we released the Microsoft Authenticator backup and restore feature on iOS and ... continue reading
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All your creds are belong to us!

A few days ago, our team helped someone who had been a target of account takeover (ATO). Despite protecting the account with mandatory two-step verification using SMS and the Authenticator app, attackers had broken into the account and changed the ... continue reading
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This week at RSA – event summary and key takeaways

Hey there! I spent the week at RSA with an incredible group of customers, industry partners, and lots of great people from the Microsoft security and identity teams. RSA is one of the pre-eminent security conferences, and I always love ... continue reading
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Your Pa$$word doesn’t matter

Every week I have at least one conversation with a security decision maker explaining why a lot of the hyperbole about passwords – “never use a password that has ever been seen in a breach,” “use really long passwords”, “passphrases-will-save-us”, ... continue reading
Zero Trust part 1: Identity and access management

Zero Trust part 1: Identity and access management

Once in a while, a simple phrase captures our imagination, expressing a great way to think about a problem. Zero Trust is such a phrase. Today, Ill define Zero Trust and then discuss the first step to enabling a Zero ... continue reading