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SOC Monitor Wall Layout
Security
Christoph Düggeli

SOC Monitor wall – Build your Content (Part 3)

In this blog post, I share how the dedicated workbooks could look like regarding their content. Note: During the analysis of a specific high-severity security incident in a customer environment you might want to display specific content on the SOC wall screen. Link to other Parts: Planning the Setup Develop

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SOC Monitor Wall Layout
Security
Christoph Düggeli

SOC Monitor wall – Planning the Setup (Part 1)

The big plus working in a SOC is the possibility to be on-site with other Security Analysts rather than being separated in the home office. Working in a MSSP SOC means to keep an eye on multiple customer SIEM’s simultaneously in terms of security incidents and anomalies/availability of mandatory log

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Latest Posts

Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps
Pratheep Sinnathurai

Issue with Stale externally shared Files Policy in MCAS

Introduction In a Customer Engagement we faced an issue where people lost access to specific files and the files of Teams Private channels. This post should make you aware of how Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps (formerly Microsoft Cloud App Security) handles the governance action “Remove external users” which is

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Intune
Thomas Kurth

Intune Settings Catalog support in M365Documentation

The M365Documentation PowerShell module is extended with new incredible  functions: PowerShell 7 Support the execution on PowerShell 7 hosts. MEM/Intune Settings Catalog The settings catalog is growing and is used by more and more customers. Now, it can also be documented with my module. Thank you @ylepine for the contribution

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Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Thomas Kurth

Build better pilot rings for Updates with MEM Intune

A few weeks back I wrote about creating better pilot rings within a MEMCM environment. Because of the feedback and some projects I transferred the solution for Intune only environments.  Key Features Scope to specific device Azure AD groups (Only Apps and HW models of devices in this collection are

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Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Automatic Intune Documentation evolves to Automatic Microsoft 365 Documentation

One of the biggest pain points of many companies is the documentation of their infrastructure. With the fast changing products/features it’s more important to have an accurate documentation. The Automatic Microsoft 365 Documentation is the successor of the Automatic Intune Documentation which provides many advantages. It’s no longer a simple

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Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Thomas Kurth

Build better pilot rings for Updates with MEMCM

When implementing a update concept there is always one important question open: How do I select devices for the pilot/test phase? My customers most often answer this with one of the following solutions: Manually selecting the devices and check from time to time if there are still enough devices in

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Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Dsregcmd for PowerShell and .NET

I often write script or small applications for devices. Many times I required the AzureAD device ID which can be obtained from registry or by parsing the dsregcmd output. But parsing console output is not really reliable when the output changes for example. Now, I found a solution by using the

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