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The world is your authentication and identity oyster

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligence Security Association guest blog series. To learn more about MISA, go here. The world is your authentication/identity oyster If you’re older than 10 years of age you’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase ... continue reading

The psychology of social engineering—the “soft” side of cybercrime

Forty-eight percent of people will exchange their password for a piece of chocolate,[1] 91 percent of cyberattacks begin with a simple phish,[2] and two out of three people have experienced a tech support scam in the past 12 months.[3] What ... continue reading
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Protect and Secure Cloud-based Applications using Azure MFA

Introduction In this article, we're going to talk about enabling MFA for applications that are accessed over the internet. This will force users accessing the application from the internet to authenticate with their primary credentials as well as a secondary ... continue reading

PowerShell Basics: How to check if MFA is enabled in Azure and Office 365

Security governance has been top of mind for most since the onslaught of human malware has the masses working from home. This comes with new concerns surrounding identity protection and actually proving that remote users are who they say they ... continue reading
Defending Exchange servers under attack

Defending Exchange servers under attack

Securing Exchange servers is one of the most important things defenders can do to limit organizational exposure to attacks. Any threat or vulnerability impacting Exchange servers should be treated with the highest priority because these servers contain critical business data, ... continue reading
Inside Microsoft Threat Protection: Mapping attack chains from cloud to endpoint

Inside Microsoft Threat Protection: Mapping attack chains from cloud to endpoint

The increasing pervasiveness of cloud services in today’s work environments, accelerated by a crisis that forced companies around the globe to shift to remote work, is significantly changing how defenders must monitor and protect organizations. Corporate data is spread across ... continue reading

Minimize disruption with cost-effective backup and disaster recovery solutions on Azure

A top of mind concern among our customers is keeping their applications and data workloads running and recoverable in the case of unforeseen events or disasters. For example, COVID-19 has presented daunting challenges for IT, which are only compounded by ... continue reading

Seven ways to achieve cost savings and deliver efficiencies with Azure infrastructure

The global health crisis has transformed the way we work and live. At Microsoft, we are committed to doing what we can to help our customers respond to the crisis and plan ahead for future success. In the past couple ... continue reading

11 security tips to help stay safe in the COVID-19 era

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our daily routines, the ways we work, and our reliance on technology. Many of us are now working remotely, students are attending classes virtually, and we’re relying more on social media and social networks to ... continue reading
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“Why are my users not prompted for MFA as expected?”

“MFA” or ‘Multi-Factor Authentication’ is a process where something more than just a username and password is required before granting access to a resource. This could be a one-time code sent to a user’s cellphone via SMS text, a phone ... continue reading