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Top 10 Best Practices for Azure Security

Top 10 Best Practices for Azure Security

Our Azure products and services come with comprehensive security features and configuration settings. They are mostly customizable (to a point), so you can define and implement a security posture that reflects the need of your organization. But adopting & maintaining ... continue reading
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Best practices for defending Azure Virtual Machines

One of the things that our Detection and Response Team (DART) and Customer Service and Support (CSS) security teams see frequently during investigation of customer incidents are attacks on virtual machines from the internet. This is one area in the ... continue reading
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The Case of a Compromised Exchange Online User

  Hi Everyone,   Zoheb here again with my colleague Simon Woolley from the beautiful city of Dubai and today we will be sharing some details on how we helped one of our SMC customer find a compromised user and ... continue reading

Microsoft Digital Defense Report 2020: Cyber Threat Sophistication on the Rise

Today, Microsoft is releasing a new annual report, called the Digital Defense Report, covering cybersecurity trends from the past year. This report makes it clear that threat actors have rapidly increased in sophistication over the past year, using techniques that ... continue reading
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Microsoft Security: Use baseline default tools to accelerate your security career

I wrote a series of blogs last year on how gamified learning through cyber ranges can create more realistic and impactful cybersecurity learning experiences and help attract tomorrow’s security workforce. With the global talent shortage in this field, we need ... continue reading
Figure 1: Highest volume netblocks used in STRONTIUM auth attempts.

STRONTIUM: Detecting new patterns in credential harvesting

Microsoft has tied STRONTIUM to a newly uncovered pattern of Office365 credential harvesting activity aimed at US and UK organizations directly involved in political elections. Analysts from Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) and Microsoft Identity Security have been tracking this ... continue reading
Figure 1: Azure AD allows users to sign in once and access Office 365 and non-Microsoft apps.

Securing a remote workforce with Zero Trust

Microsoft customers around the globe have responded to COVID-19 by moving their office employees to remote work. With more people working from home, identity-driven security solutions are required to help safeguard company resources. Nathan Lasnoski, Chief Technology Officer at Concurrency, ... continue reading
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Azure Active Directory External Identities goes premium with advanced security for B2C

Howdy folks, Over the past six months, we have seen organizations adapt to remote business environments and engage with an unprecedented number of external users, and we’ve seen our own service usage growing like crazy for scenarios. With this growth, ... 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
How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

Microsoft Teams usage has increased greatly during the current pandemic.  All types of organizations are using the communications tool to stay connected with its employees and customers alike.  The increase of use has also resulted in an increase of demand ... continue reading