The world is your authentication and identity oyster

For decades we have been taught that passwords are some level of security that can be implemented to protect websites. We need to dispel this unfortunate notion.
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Barracuda and Microsoft: Securing applications in public cloud

The biggest blockers to public cloud adoption are sophisticated hackers, open vulnerabilities in applications, DDOs attacks and advanced bots/botnets. Learn how MISA Partner Barracuda works with Microsoft to protect cloud applications.
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Stay ahead of multi-cloud attacks with Azure Security Center

Stay ahead of attacks and protect your workloads with Azure Security. Join us for demos of Azure Secure Score and Security Center threat protection capabilities, while Stuart Gregg, Security Operations Manager of ASOS, shares how they’ve gained stronger threat protection by pairing these technologies with smarter security management practices.
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Misconfigured Kubeflow workloads are a security risk

Azure Security Center monitors and defends thousands of Kubernetes clusters running on top of Azure Kubernetes Service. In this blog, we’ll reveal a new campaign that was observed recently by ASC that targets Kubeflow, a machine learning toolkit for Kubernetes.
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Cybersecurity best practices to implement highly secured devices

If an internet-connected device performs a non-critical function, why does it need to be highly secured? Because any device can be the target of a hacker, and any hacked device can be weaponized.
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Microsoft Build brings new innovations and capabilities to keep developers and customers secure

As part of this week’s Build virtual event, we’re introducing new Identity innovation to help foster a secure and trustworthy app ecosystem, as well as announcing a number of new capabilities in Azure to help secure customers.
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Open-sourcing new COVID-19 threat intelligence

While the world faces the common threat of COVID-19, defenders are working overtime to protect users all over the globe from cyber-criminals using COVID-19 as a lure to mount attacks.
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Zero Trust Deployment Guide for Microsoft Azure Active Directory

Microsoft is providing a series of deployment guides for customers who have engaged in a Zero Trust security strategy to configure Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) capabilities.
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