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Active Directory is a prime target for threat actors and companies must act now to eliminate it as a threat vector. Here’s why, and how.
Relying on Microsoft’s Azure AD Password Protection feature to keep weak and compromised passwords out can leave your users and data at risk.
Some free password policy tools out there tout password protection without actively monitoring if user credentials become compromised.
It’s tempting to assume Azure AD Password Protection is all you need to protect your passwords, but that is not the case.
Microsoft’s password protection doesn’t check any available lists of compromised passwords or the vast majority of blacklisted passwords.
Screen against compromised username & password pairs since compromised passwords are in nearly all hacking-related cybersecurity breaches
Read about the two methods: Enzoic’s dynamic compromised credential screening solution and a more traditional Azure AD static approach.