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Azure Rights Management is a cloud service, and is integrated into other Microsoft cloud services and applications, such as Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. However, it can also be used with your on-premises applications and services. Learn how to use Azure RMS to help you protect your organization’s sensitive information from unauthorized access, and control how this information is used.
Comparing Azure Rights Management and AD RMS
If you know or have previously deployed Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS), you might be wondering how Azure RMS compares in terms of functionality and requirements. Use this handy table for a side-by-side comparison of the features and benefits of Azure RMS and AD RMS.
Securing Active Directory: An Overview of Best Practices
Find steps that your organization can take today to protect its Active Directory environment, a common target for external attacks.
Azure Active Directory
Learn about Microsoft’s multi-tenant cloud-based directory and identity management service, then delve into technical videos, step-by-step guides, and troubleshooting tips.
Securing Privileged Access
The security of most or all business assets in an organization depends on the integrity of the privileged accounts that administer and manage IT systems. Cyber-attackers are targeting these accounts and other elements of privileged access to rapidly gain access to targeted data and systems using credential theft attacks like Pass-the-Hash and Pass-the-Ticket. Check out this roadmap of recommendations for securing privileged access, a critical first step to establishing security assurances for business assets in a modern organization, then find recommendations on how to implement privileged access workstations and additional reference materials.
Single Sign-On Roadmap
Single sign-on (SSO) allows you and your users to access Microsoft cloud services with your Active Directory corporate credentials. Find a quick list of steps to help you prepare for SSO, set up your on-premises security token service, and set up directory synchronization.
Control the Health of Windows 10-Based Devices
With the increased use of BYOD, there are more unmanaged and potentially unhealthy systems accessing corporate services, internal resources, and cloud apps. This guide presents an end-to-end solution that helps you protect high-value assets by enforcing, controlling, and reporting the health of Windows 10-based devices.
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