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Modern XDR + SOC using Microsoft Sentinel

1st December 2020 / in Cybersecurity / by

Microsoft recently announced its new approach with Extended Detection and Response (XDR) to deliver intelligent, automated, and integrated security across domains to help defenders connect seemingly disparate alerts and get ahead of attackers. At the same time, Microsoft announced its…[…]

Azure Active Directory External Identities Licensing

10th September 2020 / in Identity & Access Management / by

  Hey folks! There was a very recent announcement about the new Azure Active Directory External Identities Licensing and in fact, it’s still in preview. This new announcement benefits most of the enterprise organizations that are using External Identities. Without…[…]

Why Azure Sentinel should be your SOAR and SIEM solution?

2nd July 2020 / in Cybersecurity / by

6-7 Mins Read Azure Sentinel is a cloud-native Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solution built to provide security analysts with a powerful tool to detect and respond to cyberattacks. Azure Sentinel also contains a Security Orchestration and Automated Response…[…]

Cloud Governance with kloudsifu to ensure reduced Cloud spend, controlled deployments and security

8th May 2020 / in Cloud Governance / by

At Kloudynet we have had the privilege to work with some of the larger Azure customers on their cloud deployments and management in Southeast Asia. On the field, the questions we face as a team are always the same. How…[…]

Ending the password change drama by moving to Windows Hello for Business password-less in Organizations

17th April 2020 / in Security / by

Passwords are messy! They are hard to remember, easy to hack and not secured. Microsoft sees over 10 million username/password pair attacks every day. And many IT help desks in the organizations spend their significant time responding to password reset…[…]

Microsoft Kaizala and Teams are different products. Heres why!

3rd March 2020 / in Microsoft / by

Microsoft Kaizala was launched with O365 worldwide. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Kaizala-Blog/Microsoft-Kaizala-rolls-out-to-Office-365-customers-globally-and/ba-p/394298 On the field this brings in a lot of discussions with customers on Microsoft Kaizala and Teams. Have you wondered why Microsoft introduced Kaizala when Teams already exists? Why should your organization…[…]