Microsoft Cloud App Security – Release 187 and 188
New Shadow IT integration with Menlo Security Microsoft has added native integration with Menlo Security providing you with Shadow IT visibility into app use and control over app access.
New Cloud Discovery WatchGuard log parser Cloud App Security Cloud Discovery analyzes a wide range of traffic logs to rank and score apps. Now Cloud Discovery includes a built-in log parser to support the WatchGuard format.
New permission for Cloud Discovery global admin role Cloud App Security now allows users with the Cloud Discovery global admin role to create API tokens and use all Cloud Discovery related APIs.
Enhanced sensitivity slider: Impossible travel Microsoft has updated the sensitivity slider for impossible travel to configure different sensitivity levels for different user scopes, allowing enhanced control over the fidelity of alerts for user scopes. For example, you can define a higher sensitivity level for administrators than for other users in the org.
Enhanced proxy URL suffix for session controls (gradual rollout) On June 7, 2020, Microsoft started gradually rolling out our enhanced proxy session controls to use one unified suffix that doesn’t include named regions. For example, users will see <AppName>.mcas.ms suffix instead of <AppName>.<Region>.cas.ms. If you routinely block domains in your network appliances or gateways, make sure you allow list all the domains listed under Access and session controls.
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