Microsoft Cloud App Security – Release 206, 207 and 208
New Cloud Discovery Open Systems log parser Cloud App Security’s 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 Open Systems format. For a list of supported log parsers, see Supported firewalls and proxies.
New warn experience for monitored apps with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (public preview)
Cloud App Security has extended its native integration with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE). You can now apply soft block on access to apps marked as monitored using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint’s network protection capability. End users will be able to bypass the block. The block bypass report will be available in Cloud App Security’s discovered app experience. For more information, see:
New discovered app experience in public preview As part of continuous improvement of our entity experiences, we’re introducing a modernized discovered app experience to cover discovered web apps and OAuth apps and provide a unified view of an application entity. For more information, see Working with the app page.
App governance add-on to Cloud App Security available in public preview The app governance add-on to Microsoft Cloud App Security is a security and policy management capability designed for OAuth-enabled apps that access Microsoft 365 data through Microsoft Graph APIs. App governance delivers full visibility, remediation, and governance into how these apps access, use, and share your sensitive data stored in Microsoft 365 through actionable insights and automated policy alerts and actions. For more information:
Smartsheet app connector available in public preview A new app connector for Smartsheet is available in public preview. You can now connect Microsoft Cloud App Security to Smartsheet to monitor and protect users and activities. For more information, see Connect Smartsheet to Microsoft Cloud App Security.
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