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End users can now report “This wasn’t me” for unusual sign-in activity

Howdy folks, I’m excited to announce the General Availability of Azure AD My Sign-Ins—a new feature that allows enterprise users to review their sign-in history to check for any unusual activity. As we discussed in the Public Preview blog post, the My Sign-Ins page empowers users to see: If anyone is trying to guess their password. ...

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Announcing data import from PDF documents

We are excited to announce a new and exciting update to Get & Transform Data capabilities in Excel – PDF data connector! This has been one of the top requests from you and we heard you. With the new From PDF connector you can connect to PDF files, and use the included data from the ...

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KAMIND IT Ranks on Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies In America

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000 For the 2nd Time, KAMIND IT Inc. Appears on the Inc. 5000, Ranking No. 3409 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 110.08 Percent NEW YORK, August 12, 2020 – Inc. magazine today revealed that KAMIND IT Inc. is No. 3409 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, ...

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How To Prepare Your IT Security Team For Cyberattacks

There is no doubt that the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape is changing on a continual basis.  Day by day, newer threat variants are emerging, even from the old traditional ones.  IT Security teams are overburdened, taxed to their limits, and also facing burnout in various extremes.  But still, they are asked to perform their job functions ...

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Three Predictions For What The Future Might Look Like

Written by Derek Thompson – The Atlantic – August 6th, 2020 In March, tens of millions of American workers—mostly in white-collar industries such as tech, finance, and media—were thrust into a sudden, chaotic experiment in working from home. Four months later, the experiment isn’t close to ending. For many, the test run is looking more like ...

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US accuses Chinese hackers in targeting of COVID-19 research

Written by Eric Tucker, Associated Press, July 21st, 2020 WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers working with the Chinese government targeted firms developing vaccines for the coronavirus and stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies across the world, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. An indictment, coming as U.S. officials have escalated ...

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Encryption In M365

Corporate America is coming to the realization that the concept of the Remote Workforce is now going to be with us for a long time to come.  With this in mind, CIOs and CISOs are coming up with a plan in which to safeguard all of their digital assets as this new frontier progresses and ...

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Is the Latest Twitter Hack Just the Tip of the Iceberg in the Cybersecurity Skills Gap?

Written By: Simran Oberoi Date: Thursday, July 16th, 2020 In an unprecedented Twitter hack in a bitcoin scam, some of the highest profile and verified US Twitter accounts such as Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Joe Biden and Barack Obama were targeted. Touted to be one of the worst cyberattacks on a ...

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How To Restore A Deleted Mailbox In M365

When an employee leaves your company for whatever reason, one of the most prudent steps that you can take is to delete the mailbox.  But keep in mind that the actual act of deletion does not necessarily mean that it is gone forever.  It is not, and there are numerous ways in which it can ...

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Understanding What OpenDNS And What It Is All About

Understanding What OpenDNS Is All About There have been many threats that have evolved from COVID19, but one of the more recent ones has been that of capturing the network traffic of an unsuspecting victim and from there, redirecting them to a spoofed or illegitimate website.  One may ask at this point how this is possible, ...

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