Posts Tagged ‘MFA’

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We Can All Learn From Crypto.com’s Hack and Response

We shouldn’t be that surprised. A couple of weeks ago, Crypto.com, one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency platforms, was hacked on January 17, 2022. One area mentioned by the company as an issue was a gap in its multi-factor authentication (MFA) system. A statement issued by Crypto.com on January 20th said, “transactions were being approved without […]

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Securing Teams with built-in apps in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

With about 42% of the U.S. labor force working remotely, managing devices has become more important than ever. Luckily, Microsoft has made great advancements in device management capabilities, many of which we’ll discuss today. In this blog, we’ll go over four main areas of Endpoint Management: Creating an app deployment Securing the app (conditional access […]

Azure Active Directory Setup with Multi-Factor Authentication

I was recently asked to setup an eCommerce Windows site environment that can be managed from a centralized location and comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Active Directory is the solution from where Windows servers can be controlled and managed using Domain Users and Group Policies. However, an additional layer […]

Exchange Online – After the Migration… Now What?

On June 24th, Microsoft hosted a “Beyond Build and Ignite” event at our local MTC office. The event was well-attended by clients looking for additional information on top of the hours of video content available from the last month’s Ignite event. In addition to Perficient being one of the sponsors of this event, I was […]