What MSPs should know about multifactor authentication in Azure Active Directory
Multifactor authentication (MFA) requires users to submit two or more forms of identification when signing into a service, for example, requiring a user to enter a password and then confirm their identity by entering a unique code sent to them via text or email.
ADFS vs. Azure AD: What’s the difference?
If you’re a Microsoft partner or managed service provider (MSP) working with Microsoft Azure, you need to know which makes the most sense for your customers’ needs.
Implementing a Zero Trust framework: identity and access management (IAM)
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a key piece of any Zero Trust cybersecurity strategy. Usernames and passwords have become the first line of defense for modern information security practices, which is why IAM is so important. This first line of defense is under increasing attack as organizations take advantage of more Software as a […]