New security configurations for Google Cloud Platform (gradual rollout) Microsoft has expanded our multi-cloud security configurations to provide security recommendations for Google Cloud Platform, based on the GCP CIS benchmark. With this new capability, Cloud App Security provides organizations with a single view for monitoring the compliance status across all cloud platforms, including Azure subscriptions, AWS accounts, and now GCP projects.
New app connectors GA Microsoft has added the following app connectors to our portfolio of generally available API connectors, giving you more visibility into and control over how your apps are used in your organization:
New real-time malware detection GA Microsoft has expanded their session controls to detect potential malware using Microsoft Threat Intelligence upon file uploads or downloads. The new detection is now generally available out-of-the-box and can be configured to automatically block files identified as potential malware. For more information, see Block malware on upload.
Enhanced access and session controls with any IdP GA Access and session controls support for SAML apps configured with any identity provider is now generally available. For information about configuring these controls, see the Deployment guide.
Risky machine investigation enhancement Cloud App Security provides the ability to identify risky machines as part of your shadow IT discovery investigation. Now, Microsoft has added the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Machine risk level to the machines page giving analysts more context when investigating machines in your organization. For more information, see Investigate machines in Cloud App Security.
New feature: Self-service disable app connector (gradual rollout) Microsoft has added the ability to disable app connectors directly in Cloud App Security. For more information, see Disable app connectors.
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