In a February 12, 2024 tweet, Microsoft revealed that the percentage of Entra ID multifactor authentication by user accounts has reached 38%. In this article, we show how to use sign-in records to figure out if people use MFA and calculate the percentage of user accounts protected by MFA in a tenant.
User consent is a great example of the tension between improved security and user convenience. Users want to be able to consent to applications without requiring the help of IT, which also allows the potential for a breach. In this blog, Paul reviews your options to solving the user consent problem.
In this article, Sean McAvinue explains what an Azure AD Assessment is and how it can assess and report on your Entra ID configuration, as well as plan the remediation of any discovered issues.
On the show this week, Steve, Paul and Rich are joined by Microsoft's VP Director of Identity Security, Alex Weinert, to discuss almost all things related to securing identities. We hear about what happened behind the scenes during Storm-0558, and we discuss essential steps to protect Microsoft 365. And we discuss the latest news in the world of Microsoft 365 - in particular we discuss the new Teams 2.1 client that recently became GA, and for those still running on-premises or Hybrid Exchange Servers, it is time to get patching.
Group-based licensing is a simple way to automate the distribution of licenses to members of security groups. In this article, we review how the mechanism works and show how to automate operations with PowerShell. Finally, we update the tenant licensing report to include group-based licensing and to highlight duplicate license assignments.
Many questions arose from the announcement of the Microsoft 365 multi-tenant organization (MTO) feature, In this article, I examine some practical aspects of multi-tenant organizations and examine why MTO does not replace the need for tenant-to-tenant migrations.