There are a few key terms that are critical when understanding and deploying Microsoft Information Protection (MIP). For example, sensitivity labels give you a way to classify and protect data by using visual markings, protections such as encryption, and restrictions on data access…
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How to Effectively Manage Microsoft Intune Application Assignments with PowerShell and the Microsoft Graph API
In large-scale Microsoft Intune deployments, you’ll typically find both production and development tenants. For effective application testing, you’ll need to assign your applications to test groups of devices or users. Performing this process manually can be time-consuming and repetitive. To simplify the mass addition of a group for application deployment, you can leverage the Intune PowerShell SDK.
In Part 3 of this blog series, we discuss some other important considerations when taking this approach to automation.
Authentication Options for Automated Azure PowerShell Scripts, Part 2: Create and Configure an App Registration
Part 2 of this blog series gets into the details of how to create and configure an app registration for use with an automated PowerShell script.
Authentication Options for Automated Azure PowerShell Scripts, Part 1: Service Account vs. App Registration
Automation is a fundamental requirement for good systems administration, no matter what the platform. Being able to automate tasks ensures consistency and prevents mistakes caused by forgetfulness or by simply mistyping or mis-clicking—aka “fat-finger errors.”
Several high-risk events have recently highlighted the importance of a fully functional and secure Active Directory environment to a company’s business operations.
Migrating your Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) integrated SaaS applications to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) provides many benefits. For example, Azure AD B2B lets you give your business partners and customers access to your organization’s applications without creating a user account in AD or Azure AD.
Do you know how to protect organizational data on mobile devices without affecting personal data? Are you aware of the policies required to implement a strong foundation for protecting your organizational data on users’ mobile devices?
One of the most important security controls in an Active Directory (AD) forest is the prevention of privilege escalation paths. The tiered access model for AD introduces a significant number of technical controls that reduce the risk of privilege escalation.
The workstation an administrator uses to perform privileged tasks such as managing Active Directory (AD) is a high-value target for a potential adversary. By providing administrators with a clean keyboard, PAWs isolate privileged accounts from the risks of a compromised workstation.
Strong identity management practices are critical if you want to be able to adequately secure your Microsoft Azure subscriptions. For most organizations, the foundation begins with
Ensuring that your user identities are protected from modern attack vectors such as phishing schemes and credential leaks should be a critical part of your enterprise security strategy. When attackers gain access to a