Category: Azure

Modernize your 0ldSk00l VPN and legacy shares

Companies have had for ages requirements for connecting employees computers to organization network. In the past I have done these setups with Ipsecs, point-to-point tunnelings and recent year with Direct Access and Always-on vpn style. Between these it was done…

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Identity protection in the cloud and of the cloud part2

This is part two of the series and now we are concentrating to Active Directory and Defender for Identity. In Hybrid scenarios your Source of Authority is the on-premises AD and from the the users will flow to the cloud…

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Identity protection in the cloud and of the cloud.

This is the first part of Identity blog series. “Identity is the new perimeter” was probably first said in 2018 at Identiverse. And it is actually true, identity is all you have in the Evergreen cloud service. There can’t be…

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Journey into Azure DevOps – Part 1

Welcome to the blog series, where we follow my learning path on Azure DevOps from the scratch. I was trying to look for a step-by-step guide from the internet but couldn’t quite find what I was looking for. All the…

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Enterprise applications SSO with custom manifest configuration

Hi, Didn’t find an article about this, so I decided to gather the pieces and put them in one place. First little bit of background. You have Azure AD and  on-premises or cloud-based application that you want to allow SSO…

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Why to use Compliance Manager for assessments and attack simulator to educate users.

Today I will be talking about Compliance Manager and in next part about Attack Simulator and why they matter for your organization. Compliance is based on organization industry or customer requirements. Compliance improves your security posture. It will help you…

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Why to go passwordless and how get there?

Password have always been a major headache for people. And always consultant have said that password complexity matters, there any a lot of pages providing to check how secure your password is. What then if your password will be cracked…

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SQL history and migration to Azure with security of Defender.

Hi, This time I will be blogging about SQL databases. First a little about history. SQL databases had (and still have) a significant part in the structure of a software. They contain storage for the data and configuration for nearly…

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Azure AD Entitlement Management

Hi all, Today’s post I will be discovering possibilities with Entitlement Management from Azure AD. First you have to understand that this solution isn’t a complete Identity and Access Management product (IAM) If you are looking for these, please see…

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Azure AD Connect family version 1.x deprecation On 31 August 2022.

Hi all, I just blogged about differences between AAD Connect and Cloud Sync Provisioning Agent. And today noticed on https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/reference-connect-version-history that Microsoft will be deprecating the first family versions of Azure AD Connect On 31 August 2022 “You need to…

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