Microsoft Cloud App Security – Release 189, 190, and 191
New anomaly detection: Suspicious addition of credentials to an OAuth app Microsoft has extended their anomaly detections to include suspicious addition of privileged credentials to an OAuth app. The new detection is now available out-of-the-box and automatically enabled. The detection can indicate that an attacker has compromised the app and is using it for malicious activity. For more information, see Unusual addition of credentials to an OAuth app.
Enhanced auditing for Shadow IT discovery activities Microsoft has updated the auditing for Shadow IT activities to include actions performed by administrators. The following new activities are now available in the activity log and can be used as part of your Cloud App Security investigation experience.
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