Hybrid Microsoft network/cloud legacy settings may impact your future security posture

Once upon a time, the boundary that I worried about and considered that I was responsible for stopped at my Active Directory domain and at the firewall that protected it. Then the boundary of my network moved from the computers under my control to the internet and the connected devices and cloud applications that I now have access to and am linked into. We went from where the stakeholders of the firm were resistant to anything being in the cloud, to where we are now where we know we are half in the cloud and half still on premises.

No longer can I merely worry about the computers listed in my Active Directory users and computers snapped in, now I need to be concerned about applications and APIs that could create authentication links into apps that are inside my domain.

To read this article in full, please click here