In this two-part blog, MVP Vasil Michev does a deep-dive into Privileged Access Management in Office 365 and a guide on how to practice this effectively.
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Brian Reid discusses the challenges with password protection and management, exploring one of the useful features available within Azure AD: Common Passwords.
How the Azure Active Directory baseline security policy enforces multi-factor authentication for privileged administrator accounts in Office 365 and Azure AD.
How to use Azure Active Directory conditional access policies to block legacy applications such as POP, IMAP, and basic authentication from connecting to Office 365.
Take a look at Azure ATP (Advanced Threat Protection), the cloud-based security service by Microsoft that provides monitoring and alerting for suspicious activity in your on-premises Active Directory environment.
Windows Defender ATP now integrates with Microsoft Intune, allowing ATP device threat levels to be taken into consideration for Intune device compliance policies.
How to use Azure Active Directory conditional access policies to secure logins by accounts with privileged role permissions, such as enforcing multi-factor authentication for all Global Administrators.
A walk through of the capabilities of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (WD ATP), Microsoft’s post-breach detection, investigation and response tool for managing security incidents for endpoints.
How to use Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management (PIM) to provide “just in time” administrative access to Office 365 and Azure AD features.