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Fixing Mobile Devices in Non-Compliant Status – 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 be focusing on Mobile Devices in Non-Compliance status after applying a Security Update ... continue reading
Introduction to Secured-core computing

Introduction to Secured-core computing

Security is a broad topic that has components across all layers of the technology stack. Lately I’ve been investigating the concept of Secured-core computing, available with hardware from OEM providers running Windows 10 and now also Windows Server 2022 (preview) ... continue reading
Deep Dive: Windows hybrid join single-sign-on to Azure Active Directory

Deep Dive: Windows hybrid join single-sign-on to Azure Active Directory

In a previous article, we explored the process of logging on to Windows and authenticating with an on-premises Active Directory domain, against a Windows Server domain controller. Many organizations are now using both on-premises and cloud resources, and users want ... continue reading
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Intune – Enrollment Options for End-Entity Certificates

Working as a PKI engineer, I am frequently asked about "the best" method to enroll certificates to mobile devices via Intune. What exactly is the best method from a PKI engineer's perspective? The most secure one, of course. The following ... continue reading

Windows 11 enables security by design from the chip to the cloud

Over the last year, PCs have kept us connected to family, friends, and enabled businesses to continue to run. This new hybrid work paradigm has got us thinking about how we will continue to deliver the best possible quality, experience, ... continue reading
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Surface expands its Secured-core portfolio with the new Surface Laptop 4 powered by AMD Ryzen™ Mobile Processors

As operating systems are becoming more secure and resistant to compromise, advanced vectors like firmware, kernel and hardware direct memory access (DMA) have emerged as new favored targets for threat actors. Recent trends indicate a substantial growth in the number ... continue reading

10 Reasons to Love Passwordless #3: Why biometrics and passwordless are a dream combination

The Microsoft identity team recently launched a series explaining why they love passwordless authentication (and why you should too!).The series kicked off with posts on FIDO and NIST compliance. Alex Weinert continues the series with this post speaking to biometric ... continue reading
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MBAM Server Migration To Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Dear IT Pros, Today we discuss about MBAM's Bitlocker data migration to MEM Microsoft provides a range of flexible BitLocker management alternatives to meet organization’s needs, as follows: Cloud-based BitLocker management using Microsoft Endpoint Manager. On-premises BitLocker management using System ... continue reading

Ten Reasons to Love Passwordless #3: Why biometrics and passwordless are a dream combination

The Microsoft identity team recently launched a series explaining why they love passwordless authentication (and why you should too!).The series kicked off with posts on FIDO and NIST compliance. Alex Weinert continues the series with this post speaking to biometric ... continue reading
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10 Reasons to Love Passwordless #2: NIST Compliance

Hello, This is the second post in the “Ten Reasons to Love Passwordless” blog series. Last time, we talked about the flexibility and multi-platform benefits of FIDO2 open standards based technology. The second reason to love passwordless is it brings ... continue reading