If organizations don’t properly plan the synchronization solution for their cloud identities, which Microsoft calls Azure AD Connect, users will have poor experiences in the cloud. Because identity is central to security in the cloud, it’s critical to properly plan and implement Azure AD Connect.
The size and complexity of the organization are critical factors when determining how and where to host FSMO roles.
[PODCAST] The Real-World State of ITDR with Brian Desmond Everyone’s talking about Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) – but what does that mean for people in the IT trenches? In this podcast, Sean Deuby, Principal Technologist at Semperis talks with Brian Desmond, Principal at Ravenswood Technology Group, about the various ITDR issues that companies
[WEBINAR] TEC Talk: Disaster Recovery Planning for Hybrid Identity In this webinar, Active Directory expert, Brian Desmond, shows you how to develop a baseline to prepare for traditional AD disasters as well as how to prepare for an outage in Entra ID (formerly Azure Active Directory). WATCH NOW [WEBINAR] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAxtXAXVosw In this webinar, Active Directory
[WEBINAR] 6 Ways to Increase Hybrid Active Directory Security As a result of aging IT systems and increased sophistication of hackers, threats to cybersecurity continue to be on the rise. Whether through malware, data breaches, insider threats or general malicious activity, attackers seek to exploit weaknesses and vulnerabilities in Active Directory because it’s the central
When an identity from Active Directory (AD) is synchronized with a cloud-based identity platform such as Azure AD, those identities are classified as being hybrid. When user accounts are terminated in an inconsistent manner, certain aspects of the termination process may fall through the cracks, which can result in security risks for an organization.