We’re exceptionally thankful for all that passwords have done for us; but, as things progress, we're discovering a glaring issue - passwords, as we know them, are rapidly becoming an outdated and unreliable method of authentication. Here are some of the most common shortfalls...
Going passwordless in Linux has never been easy - we get it. As a matter of fact, the history of passwordless authentication in Linux is equally as fascinating as it is triggering. Let's take a deep dive, shall we?
If you’re a Microsoft Active Directory expert, your first instinct for managing access to your Linux endpoint(s) is probably to domain join your Linux VMs to Active Directory. The TL;DR here is that this is an awful idea. You’re going to run into issues with DNS, Privileged Agents, No MFA, and just a generally not the best or most secure user experience.
When looking at passwordless options, you might have heard of PIVKey smart cards. PIVKey is a great option for passwordless authentication with a smartcard, however, it is not the easiest to onboard. This is why we created this guide to help you onboard PIVKey smart cards to Azure CBA and AD Smart Card Authentication.
With cybersecurity you are as secure as your weakest point. Therefore, if you implement Azure passwordless and use TAP to onboard, attackers will target your TAP issuing process to gain access to your infrastructure. Learn how to remove the human from this process and use self-onboarding to passwordless authentication.
When looking at passwordless options, the first option that comes to mind is YubiKeys. While they are awesome once you issue them, they are not the easiest to onboard. This is why we created this guide to help you onboard YubiKeys to Azure CBA and FIDO2.
Passwords alone are no longer considered secure, and organizations worldwide are moving towards passwordless authentication methods. One such method is using hardware tokens like YubiKeys and the FIDO2 protocol. But how can you enable these methods for Microsoft Office 365 apps on macOS or iOS? Read this blog to learn how!
Going passwordless is no only exponentially more secure, it has also been shown to improve productivity and reduce wasted time. This page is the perfect starting point to learn more about about which passwordless method is best for you.
The number of phishing attacks has risen sharply over the years. For small businesses, relying solely on employee awareness and email filters isn't enough. The answer? Unphishable credentials. Read on to find out how unphishable credentials can help secure your small business.
The only way to stop attackers from phishing your passwords is to remove them completely. Learn how to go fully passwordless in Azure AD (Entra ID). From setting up FIDO2 and Azure CBA to creating passwordless users in Azure AD, we cover it all.
Traditional password-based authentication methods are no longer sufficient to protect sensitive company data and infrastructure. To address these concerns, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) offers passwordless authentication to enhance protection and improve the user experience. Read on to learn more about Azure CBA and how to get started!
When looking at passwordless authentication, the two most popular options are FIDO2 and Smartcard authentication, but what is the difference between the two? Which one should you use? in this blog we discuss the difference between FIDO2 and Smartcard authentication and which one is best for each scenario.
With phishing attacks on the rise, organizations are moving to phishing resistant /unphishable credentials to protect their organizations. However, extra security is not the only benefit; they are also saving money.
One of the most common questions when going passwordless is how do you support legacy systems, While Microsoft supports FIDO2 on premises, the best solution, is to use SmartCard for legacy and FIDO2 for modern authentication.
As more organizations move to cloud-based solutions, the importance of secure and compliant authentication methods has become increasingly critical. While passwordless authentication methods are the pinnacle of security, they have a reputation of being incredibly tedious to set up. Learn how EZCMS can help you improve security while removing onboarding friction with FIDO2, Azure CBA, and Passwordless Phone Authentication.
SSH has become the weakest point in cloud security and hackers have noticed. Over the past few years we have seen an exponential increase of cyber attacks targeted to SSH. Organizations adopting zero-trust architecture must take a hard look at their existing identity management for SSH.
Stop phishing attacks with Microsofts unphishable credentials by using PIV X.509 certificates in Azure with Azure certificate based authentication (CBA) and become a fully passwordless organization.
While Domain joining your Linux machines to Active Directory might sound like a good way to do identity and access management for Linux at scale. Linux was not designed for this, and in the long term it will cause more issues than it solves. The solution SSH Certificates!
SSH Keys were designed for a time when SSH was protected by a strong network barrier. With today's zero trust world a stronger passwordless identity story is needed. This is why we created the first agent-less AAD based authentication for Linux endpoints.
At cloud scale simple tasks such as SSH key management become exponentially harder to do. Large companies such as Lyft and Facebook have moved on to SSH Certificates time for you to make the jump too!
SSH has become a target in the latest round of security breaches. Learn how SSH Certificates are the best way to protect your infrastructure by removing the need of life cycling SSH keys and improving user experience.
SSH Keys have been the security standard for the last few decades. Time to modernize with a more secure and easy to lifecycle solution SSH Certificates.