September 16, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

Cyberattacks aren’t slowing down, and many attacks have been successful without the use of advanced technology. The SANS Software Security Institute recently released a new white paper on the next step to take to block attacks on your accounts, including common vulnerabilities related to credential … Source: SANS recommends one simple action to take to block most attacks

September 16, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

Howdy folks,   I’m excited to announce the general availability of two key features in Azure AD B2C. First, is the ability to add custom OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity providers for user flows. Second, is the capability to passthrough the access token from identity providers to your application.   A… Source: Announcing the general availability…

September 16, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

Howdy folks,   Building on our recent Azure AD provisioning blog, I’m excited to share that we now have provisioning support for more apps, including apps that use OpenID Connect (OIDC). In addition, we made it easier to operationalize your deployment with improved insights on provisioning to apps. … Source: Azure AD provisioning, now with…

April 5, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

We’ve talked about this Azure AD feature a few months ago, when it was in Public Preview, you can take a look at the article here: https://systemplus.gr/azuread-password-protection-and-smart-lockout-are-now-in-public-preview/ Something that was not so clear and it needs to be, is the fact that it’s not only a cloud solution: it can be used even on on-premises…

March 27, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

A few days ago the Azure AD product group has announced the general availability of the Identity Experience Framework and custom policy support in Azure Active Directory B2C. That really means that you can use your own identity frameworks to use the identity technology of your choice and interoperate with multiple identity providers. With the…

March 22, 2019 Chris Spanougakis No comments exist

Another cool Azure AD feature was announced these days: we now have the ability to enforce a Naming Policy for Office 365 Groups. That new Naming Policy feature enables admins to define prefix or suffix conventions that can be automatically appended to group names and create a list of words that are blocked from use…