App Discovery | MS Cloud App Security

Security Security Security .

In today’s world security is a critical aspect for any company that is in the cloud. According to recent study from Microsoft, companies use an average of 17 applications in the cloud for example, Facebook, Gmail, Dropbox, etc. exposing companies to unknown security risks and breaches of privacy policies.

This video will demonstrate Cloud App Discovery in your tenant

Enable Auditing in Office365

If you are concerned about changes made to Exchange Online SharePoint Online Any tenant configuration settings, and changes made by users to any documents and other items.

NowYou can use enabled Auditing and use audit information and reports available in Microsoft cloud services to more effectively manage user experience, mitigate risks, and fulfill compliance obligations. In this video I’ll demonstrate you to enable and leverage Auditing feature in #Office365

Microsoft Cloud App Security and Multiple Hacking Attempts

A few weeks ago I’ve turned on Cloud App security feature in my Office 365 Subscription. I was surprised today when i started getting the alerts that there were some attempts made to login as my on my account. In less than two hours there were m15 attempts and they were all outside US and from an unknown device. First I didn’t know where it came from but when I logged on the links provided and I re-called that I did setup some policies a weeks ago.

As you can see below there were three email sent to me whenever there was an attempt made to hack into my account

Email Alerts

And here is the policy matched and alert was triggered

The Next Step – Review the alert

The next action was to Review the alert and investigate it. I was brought on to this page

What did I configure? It was not enabled by default

As I said above I created a policy while ago and based upon that now I’m getting these alerts

As you can see, in GOVERNANCE I’ve options to select the action.

Pro Tip !

Enable Multi-factor authentication