Christopher Perry

August 25, 2016
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Office 365 Federation – The Multiple Domain Problem

Office 365 Federation can be a real pain to implement for any organization. Microsoft’s own TechNet website refers to the process as “[seeming] like more trouble than it’s worth”. Office 365 integration becomes even more difficult to manage when multiple … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 18, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Improve Network Security by Addressing Typical Attack Vectors

You see that little guy up there with the shield noticeably larger than his entire body? He’s working overtime to improve network security of the environments that he’s charged to protect. Why? Because it’s his job to reduce access by … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

August 11, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Attack Surface Reduction – Benefits of Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On gets a bad rap. Most of the apparent controversy comes from a variety of misunderstandings, as illustrated initially in my previous blog. However, one term that rarely gets mentioned alongside the Benefits of Single Sign-On is Attack Surface … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

July 15, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Creating a Strong Password – A Modern Nightmare

I’ve been on a bit of a password kick lately, with specific interest on creating a strong password.  During my research, I stumbled on an interesting ARS Technica article.  Specifically, this article references a new software that allows users to check to see … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

July 7, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Default Passwords – Problems in Predictability

Default Passwords are not some series of enigmas that most people cannot hope to understand. In fact, many users interact with default passwords throughout their daily activities – and therein lies the problem. Whether out of habit, defiance, or plain … Continue reading

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