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Implementing Foundational Security Controls for Every Office 365 Environment

Posted by Brian Greidanus on Aug 4, 2020

In our previous post, we provided an overview of each of the 12 Foundational Security Controls that should be implemented for every Office 365 environment to deter business email compromise (BEC), account takeover (ATO) attacks, and unauthorized data access.

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Foundational Security Controls for Every Office 365 Environment

Posted by Brian Greidanus on Jun 10, 2020

As many organizations continue to adjust to an extended and potentially permanent remote workforce, dependency on cloud services has increased rapidly – as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated in a recent earnings release – “We’ve seen two years worth of digital transformation in two months. The following post is intended to help organizations that may have recently begun using or have increased their usage of Office 365. 

Please note Microsoft continues to evolve their platform and these recommendations are current as of this posting.

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Microsoft Security Defaults – A Step in the Right Direction, but Customers Should Do More

Posted by Brian Greidanus on Apr 21, 2020

We understand that managing security for Office 365 can be difficult and complex. As we continue to see common identity-related attacks against authentication like password spray, replay, phishing and malware-based increasing into today’s uncertain world it's imperative that we understand Microsoft’s “Security Defaults”.   

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Azure Security Best Practices

Posted by Michael Born on Nov 12, 2019

Using Application Security Groups

Setting up infrastructure in Azure can, at times, seem quite daunting with all of the available options one can configure within each service. In this blog, we will give you some tips for applying traditional security best practices into your Azure environment using Application Security Groups to help make managing network security groups less cumbersome.

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