Azure Active Directory | Cloud-Only Administrative Accounts
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Azure Active Directory | Cloud-Only Administrative Accounts

Reading Time: 3 minutes Coming from an on-premises environment, it can be hard how to setup administrative accounts. On-premises was the default to have certain permissions. In Azure Active Directory that is a bit changed. This blog explains how to approach and why you should use Cloud-Only administrative accounts.

Azure | Get Notified when Break Glass account is used
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Azure | Get Notified when Break Glass account is used

Reading Time: 5 minutes A Break Glass Account is an emergency account that grants access to critical resources when regular credentials are unavailable. It plays a vital role in ensuring business continuity during a crisis and enables a response strategy for cybersecurity threats. Shared and privileged accounts are the two types of Break Glass Accounts, and their use must be controlled and monitored to avoid security risks.

E-Mail | Security setup DMARC
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E-Mail | Security setup DMARC

Reading Time: 5 minutes DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is a method of email authentication that builds upon the DKIM and SPF (Sender Policy Framework) protocols. DMARC allows domain owners to publish a policy in their DNS records that instructs email servers how to handle email messages that fail DKIM or SPF checks.

Azure Active Directory | Cross tenant synchronization
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Azure Active Directory | Cross tenant synchronization

Reading Time: 4 minutes These days are more and more companies working in Azure Active Directory. They are using Azure AD Connect to synchronize those accounts from on-premises Active Directory to Azure Active Directory. When a company is acquiring a new company and they acquired company need to access the applications or data in the Target company, you could create guest users in Azure Active Directory for those users. But when there are over 200 users, doing this manually will give a huge workload.