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Combatting Risky Sign-ins in Azure Active Directory

Combatting Risky Sign-ins in Azure Active Directory

It is almost inevitable your organization will be targeted with malicious sign-in attempts to cloud apps. It is often the case an employee uses the same password for their work account as they do for their personal accounts. Password leaks ... continue reading
Graphic detailing three different waves of identity attacks. First is password attacks, which consist of breach replay, password spray, and phishing. Next is multifactor authentication attacks, which includes SIM-jacking, multifactor authentication fatigue, adversary in the middle. Third is post-authentication attacks, including token theft and consent phishing.

2023 identity security trends and solutions from Microsoft

Welcome to 2023! I wanted to kick this year off by having a quick look at the trends in identity security, what you can do about it, and what Microsoft is doing to help you. One of the things we ... continue reading
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Azure Data Studio 1.41 release

We are less than one month into 2023 and already have a new release of Azure Data Studio to shareintroducing 1.41! With this release, we migrated to a new authentication library, made improvements based on user requests and feedback, and ... continue reading
Graph showcasing the gradual increase in the number of Microsoft Security customers, the number of password attacks per second, the number of suspicious emails blocked per year, and the number of signals analyzed daily spanning from 2021 to January 2023.

Microsoft Security reaches another milestone—Comprehensive, customer-centric solutions drive results

Yesterday, we shared some exciting news about the momentum we’re seeing in the security industry. Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft Security has surpassed USD20 billion in revenue. I’m grateful to all our customers and partners who ... continue reading
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Microsoft Security innovations from 2022 to help you create a safer world today

The start of a new year is always a great time for reflection—to be grateful for all we have and the progress security teams have made as well as look ahead to how we can reshape the security landscape. I ... continue reading
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How To Automate The Hybrid World Part One Of Two

Hi, Jonas here! Or as we say in the north of Germany: "Moin Moin!"I’m a Microsoft Senior Cloud Solution Architect – Engineering (or short Sr. CSA-E) and in this article I want to talk about how to automate the hybrid world. Over ... continue reading
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Public and private AKS clusters demystified

Introduction  Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is the managed kubernetes service in Azure. It has two main components: worker nodes and control plane. The worker nodes are the VMs where customer applications will be deployed into. The control plane is the component that ... continue reading
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How to Manage Microsoft Defender on Windows Server via Intune

As companies adopt Microsoft Defender, there are certain questions coming from customers in terms of EPP management. These questions are mostly focusing on Microsoft Defender management in Windows Servers. I’d like to touch base on different management options for different ... continue reading
Bar graph showing showing how password-related attacks have been constantly growing between 2018 and 2022.

​​Microsoft Entra: 5 identity priorities for 2023

Welcome to 2023. After the pandemic upended how we work, learn, play, and manage our lives, we find ourselves more connected than ever, with more convenient access to an ever-wider range of online tools and experiences. But as our global ... continue reading
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Check This Out! (CTO!) Guide (December 2022)

  Hi everyone! Brandon Wilson here once again with this month’s “Check This Out!” (CTO!) guide. These posts are only intended to be your guide, to lead you to some content of interest, and are just a way we are ... continue reading