Category: Multi-Factor


Using Risk-based Multi-Factor Authentication – Reporting

In the last post: Using Risk-based Multi-Factor Authentication, I talked about setting up the risk-based policies, in this post we will look at the reporting and alerting mechanisms that are available. Within the Azure...


Using Risk-based Multi-Factor Authentication in Microsoft 365

One of the best Security protections that can be used with accounts, is Multi-Factor Authentication. However, the problem arises trying to get the balance between Security and User Experience. You know what I mean,...


How secure is #Office365 against cyber-threats?

How secure is Office 365 against cyber-threats? One of the questions I get asked frequently is this. Even with Microsoft providing documentation, guidance and speaking at conference saying how secure it is, we still...


2014 State of Collaboration Security Report is Available!

Last year I posted this, and this year I will do the same. The guys over at Cipherpoint (shout out to Mike Fleck)have published their “State of Collaboration Security Report“. I recommend heading over to...


Cloud Identity and Access Management – Infographic’s

As I was reading through my Twitter feed and came across these infographic’s from Microsoft, about their cloud identity and access management. Download using this link Direct link


Multi-Factor Authentication with Azure Active Directory and Azure Access Control Services

Recently Microsoft launched the “Multi Factor Authentication” mechanism into the Azure cloud. This brings the idea of using your phone as the second authentication mechanism for logging in. SharePoint 2013 can utilize authentication services...