In a December 24 announcement, Microsoft says that the roll-out of DNSSEC and DANE support in Exchange Online will start in mid-January 2022. Because this is a big change for the Exchange Online infrastructure, Microsoft is using a phased deployment which won’t complete until mid-May. Support for DNSSEC and DANE has been coming for a long time, but it’s good that the extra security which these standards bring will be available to Exchange Online tenants.
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Over the past few years, there’s been an escalation in supply chain attacks where an attack on a partner company (like Kaseya or Solarwinds) has a direct effect on customers. A strong security posture is more important than ever as these attacks increase in frequency and sophistication, and this applies to Microsoft partners as well. Lately The Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center has reported seeing a significant rise in the number of attacks targeting Microsoft partners with Delegated Admin Permissions (DAP). This article unpacks the major issues around DAP and provides alternative solutions that grant your partner the level of access they need, while still maintaining a strong security posture for your tenant.
Microsoft Sentinel is Microsoft’s log aggregator. Along with other data, Sentinel can ingest events from the Office 365 audit log. Once ingested, we can visualize the data through workbooks. If you have an Azure subscription, it’s surprisingly easy to take advantage of the 31-day trial to see if Sentinel can do a job for your organization. Follow our steps and you’ll be visualizing quickly.
As Microsoft Teams continues to be rapidly adopted across the globe, the number of applications that integrate with Teams grows as well. So much that it’s often difficult for decision-makers and administrators to determine what apps are beneficial to their organization and necessitate inclusion. Fortunately, the Microsoft Teams admin center provides the data around each app you need to decide. This article helps you navigate the Teams admin center; explores the various app types available; and provides detail around permission policies, setup policies, and things like Resource-specific consent you’ll want to familiarize yourself with so you can effectively manage Teams apps for your organization.
With an increasing number of companies moving to Intune for endpoint management, more applications must be deployed via Intune to ensure users can access the applications they need to perform job functions. This article walks you through the steps to deploy a legacy application and guides you through converting an .exe installer into an import-ready format for Intune.