Microsoft is retiring basic authentication on October 1, 2022 — which means that moving to multi-factor authentication should be a top priority.
Without solid preparation, migrating to MFA can be an arduous process — especially on a small team or when you’re putting out other fires. Learn what you need to be doing right now to prepare so that your organization is in good shape for the October deadline.
Join Blumira’s Matthew Warner, CTO and Co-Founder and Chris Furner, Senior Solutions Engineer, to learn:
- Which apps are affected
- What to expect on October 1
- How to use Blumira to find legacy authentication usage in your environment
Matthew Warner, CTO and Co-Founder, Blumira
Matt is CTO and Co-Founder of Blumira, a leading cybersecurity provider of automated threat detection and response technology. At Blumira, he leads the security and engineering efforts to provide actionable insights into cybersecurity risks at scale. Matt has over 10 years of experience in IT and development, focusing on business strategy, development, compliance, threat detection and penetration testing. Previously, he was Director of Security Services, Development & Security at NetWorks Group, responsible for defensive information security and services.
Chris Furner, Senior Solutions Engineer, Blumira
Chris joined Blumira after spending more than 7 years at Worksighted, an 85-employee MSP. As a security engineer and consultant, Chris spent several years building security programs for customers, analyzing threats and performing incident response. In the process, he developed a deep understanding of the unique needs of MSPs. He joined Blumira because of a deep belief in the product and its ability to fit naturally into the MSP security stack.