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Senserva's blog is focused on Microsoft security including Azure and Microsoft Sentinel.

Senserva and Bulletproof Solutions Announce Partnership to Develop A Safer Environment for Microsoft Customers

Senserva and Bulletproof Solutions have announced a strategic partnership to develop and deliver industry-leading software solutions to secure customers' Microsoft Entra, Sentinel, and Defender workloads. We look forward to continuing to innovate together to create cutting edge solutions. Please see the below press release from Bulletproof: https://bulletproofsi.com/

Microsoft Security 2 min read Public

A Comparison of JavaScript vs. Blazor for Front-End Web Development

JavaScript and Blazor are two distinct technologies used for front-end web development, each with their own unique characteristics and benefits. JavaScript has been the dominant language for front-end web development for many years, greatly influencing the way we interact with the web today. Today we'll be doing a

JavaScript 2 min read Public

If you just need a Database for Storage, you must use Entity Framework

When you are a developer, you fundamentally spend your time working with data. Getting data, changing data, sending data. At some point though, you will need to save the data somewhere. This is where databases come in, storing the data for later to be used or for other programs and

Senserva 2 min read Public

Azure AD Role Scoring

At the time of writing this post, Azure AD contains 91 built-in administrative roles. These roles have varying degrees of power within Azure AD. The team at Senserva has built a scoring system for grading these roles so that our analytics platform can grade each user's power level

Azure Active Directory 8 min read Public

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is ranked number one in market share in the IDC Worldwide Corporate Endpoint Security Market Shares report - Why Not Just Use it?

Microsoft Defender Market Share More customers choose and trust Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to defend their multiplatform devices than any other vendor, what is the business case to not just use it?  The benefits are great when tied into Intune and the Azure security world. "...Microsoft security researchers tracked

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Azure AD Roles: Global Admin Assignment should be a Last Resort

Azure Active Directory has many components to it, with many features and capabilities. These different possibilities necessitate the creation of a Role system in Active Directory, to define any users responsibilities. As of writing there are 91 built-in Azure Active Directory roles that can be assigned. This many options and

Senserva 2 min read Public

Azure KQL: Complexity in a Low Code World

If you've used Microsoft Sentinel, Azure Monitor, or Log Analytics Workspace (LAW) for more than a few minutes, you've inevitably come across the Kusto Query Language, or KQL for short. KQL is the mechanism to pull data out of these repositories for reporting and charting using

Cloud Security 2 min read Public

Microsoft Security Insights Show Episode 149 - Mark Shavlik with Senserva

It was a great time, spending an hour talking with the leading security folks at Microsoft. Thanks for the time from them and please take some time and watch this video, it covers a lot of good, real-world experiences and challenges + opportunities with Microsoft security.

Azure Active Directory 1 min read Public

Azure Authentication Methods Policy: What is it and what does it change?

If you've been looking around in the Azure portal, you may have seen a newer blade in the menu named Authentication Methods

Azure Security 3 min read Public

Azure AD Conditional Access Best Practices

Today we'll be taking a look at Azure AD Conditional Access. Conditional Access is a feature of Azure AD Premium P1 and P2 that helps organizations control how users access corporate resources

Conditional Access 11 min read Public