This post is part our #M365SecurityShorts series, created to highlight some of Microsoft 365’s security orientated functionality that’s likely going to be useful to many organisations.
Conditional Access Policies
In a similar theme to Part 3, this short we’ll be focusing on functionality found within the Azure portal, specifically Conditional Access Policies.
Background reading and an overview of Conditional Access Policies can be found here .
The following video covers the implementation of a default template (CA003) used to block legacy authentication, which is in preview at the time of writing.
More posts from the #M365SecurityShorts series:
- M365 Security Shorts Part 6: Identifying Inactive Accounts Through Access Reviews
- M365 Security Shorts Part 5: Office 365 Message Encryption
- M365 Security Shorts Part 4: Block Legacy Authentication Through Conditional Access Policies
- M365 Security Shorts Part 3: Log Analytics & AAD Logs
- M365 Security Shorts Part 2: Alert Policies