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Microsoft Zero Trust deployment guide for your applications

Introduction More likely than not, your organization is in the middle of a digital transformation characterized by increased adoption of cloud apps and increased demand for mobility. In the age of remote work, users expect to be able to connect to any resource, on any device, from ... continue reading
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Stopping Active Directory attacks and other post-exploitation behavior with AMSI and machine learning

When attackers successfully breach a target network, their typical next step is to perform reconnaissance of the network, elevate their privileges, and move laterally to reach specific machines or spread as widely as possible. For these activities, attackers often probe ... continue reading
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How can Microsoft Threat Protection help reduce the risk from phishing?

Microsoft Threat Protection can help you reduce the cost of phishing The true cost of a successful phishing campaign may be higher than you think. Although phishing defenses and user education have become common in many organizations, employees still fall ... continue reading
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How to detect and mitigate phishing risks with Microsoft and Terranova Security

Detect, assess, and remediate phishing risks across your organization A successful phishing attack requires just one person to take the bait. That’s why so many organizations fall victim to these cyber threats. To reduce this human risk, you need a ... continue reading
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Microsoft Defender ATP: Remediate Apps Using MEM

  Introduction   This is John Barbare and I am a Sr Customer Engineer at Microsoft focusing on all things in the Cybersecurity space. In this blog I will walk you through the steps of navigating through the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) portal to see ... continue reading
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How do I implement a Zero Trust security model for my Microsoft remote workforce?

Digital empathy should guide your Zero Trust implementation Zero Trust has always been key to maintaining business continuity. And now, it’s become even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic to helping enable the largest remote workforce in history. While organizations ... continue reading

Power mission-critical applications with Azure Database for PostgreSQL

In our current environment, organizations are increasingly looking towards digital solutions to engage their customers and remain competitive. They’re discovering that their customers’ needs can be best met through differentiated, digital experiences delivered by cloud-native applications. When building a new ... continue reading
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Microsoft Defender ATP: Web Content Filtering

Introduction   This is John Barbare and I am a Sr Customer Engineer at Microsoft focusing on all things in the Cybersecurity space. In this blog I will focus on the newly released feature of web content filtering in Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). Before July 6th, 2020 you either ... continue reading
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Linux ATP Configuration and Operation Command List

Hello Blog Readers, I have summarized the Linux Configuration and Operation commands in this cheat sheet for your convenient use. Enjoy Linux ATP run! Linux ATP Commands Group Scenario Command Configuration Turn on/off real-time protection mdatp config real-time-protection --value [enabled|disabled] ... continue reading

Zero Trust: From security option to business imperative overnight

Not long ago when I spoke with customers about Zero Trust, our conversations focused on discussing the principles, defining scope, or sharing our own IT organization’s journey. Zero Trust was something interesting to learn about, and most organizations were very ... continue reading