Designing an Azure Sentinel Solution

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Last week I had a webinar about “Catching the bad guys using Azure Sentinel”, where one of my slides I mentioned about how you should design a Azure Sentinel solution which I wanted to cover more in depth here in this blogpost.  Now…

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DNS over HTTPS is coming, that’s a good thing right?

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There has been a lot of fuzz around DNS over HTTPs shortnamed (DOH) lately. For those that haven’t read about what is going on or what DoH is, you can read more on Mozilla’s blogpost here about the subject –> https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/05/a-cartoon-intro-to-dns-over-https/ and also Google’s approach…

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Demystify Zero-trust design – Never trust, always verify

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Zero-trust is something I’ve talked about and heard many vendors talk about for many years already. These days vendors are using this as leverage to sell their products to “Implement Zero-Trust based networks” therefore I wanted to use this blog post as a way…

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Changing log retention on a specific table in Log Analytics

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One of the best pratices that have been defined for Log Analytics in Azure is to have a few workspaces as possible. Now with the introduction of Azure Sentinel as well, there more sentralized set of logs you have the easier it is…

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October Security Awareness Month – Post 4 – How Secure is my password?

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I always love this comic strip from XKCD when it comes to generate a strong password. We are prone to choose simple solutions and taking shortcuts to make it easier for ourselves. Especially this time and day where we have many many many…

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October Security Awareness Month – Post 3 – How Secure is actually a website?

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This is a topic which I’ve spent many hours on before working on with different customer sites, how can we enhance the security on our public facing web services or web sites? For me personally it was not so much on what could…

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Windows Virtual Desktop – breakdown of architecture and current status

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Windows Virtual Desktop is now generally available! from the evolution of RDMi and now to Windows Virtual Desktop has been an interesting journey in how Microsoft has now converted the RDS components into PaaS services which they are now provinding in combination with…

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October Security Awareness Month – Post 2- How to protect against phising domains

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As a follow-up of yesterday’s post where I discussed different methods that you can use to verify the authenticity of a website, a second questions comes up is there a way to protect yourself without checking the website itself? Since most of these…

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October Security Awareness Month – Post 1- How to see if a website is secure

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October is Security Awareness Month! Since I started my career in the IT industry about 15 years ago, much have changed in the IT industry. Much of the knowledge and competency that I’ve gained is much thanks to the IT community, where many…

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Azure Sentinel and Defender ATP Webinar

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On friday I had one of the sessions at Virtualexpo, where I talked about Microsoft Azure Sentinel and Microsoft Defender ATP and how these are important tools as part of a security foundation, especially if your enterprise has Windows 10 and cloud based…

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