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 | Authentication Policies
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Azure Active Directory | Authentication Policies

Reading Time: 3 minutes SSPR and MFA policies are changing. Security levels must increase. Microsoft has announced that legacy multifactor authentication and self-service password reset policies will be deprecated in January 2024. The new Microsoft Entra Admin center will provide with a wizard to migrate the legacy policies to the new Authentication methods policies.