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- Microsoft 365 Defender
Here are the periodic or as-needed tasks to maintain your SOC for Microsoft 365 Defender.
|Service administration collaboration with SOC Teams||Administration of peripheral services such as asset tracking (CMDB), application licensing (new SaaS licenses), device purchases (upgrades or renew device deployments), and other Microsoft 365 tenant-wide changes (Intune, Microsoft 365, and others) that may affect deployment of Microsoft 365 Defender products.||Weekly and as needed||Engineering & SecOps|
|Update anti-phishing and data loss prevention campaigns||Incorporate SOC use case and lessons learned with extended organization (HR, legal, training, and others).||Monthly and as needed||SOC Oversight|
|Deploy automation scripts and services where appropriate||Download and test automation scripts and configuration files from approved Microsoft sites to improve Microsoft 365 Defender operations.||Weekly and as needed||Engineering and SecOps|
|Portal or license management||Check announcements and the Microsoft Messaging Center for Microsoft 365 Defender portal or licensing needs based on Microsoft updates and new features.||Weekly||SOC Oversight|
|Update SOC escalation tickets||All SOC teams update escalation tickets (such as Sentinel, ServiceNow tickets) assigned to them.||Daily||All SOC teams|
|Track Microsoft 365 Defender Threat & Vulnerability remediation activity||Generate TvM Secure Score remediation activity and report to asset owners through an intranet portal.||Daily||Monitoring|
|Generate Secure Score report||Monitoring team tracks and reports Secure Score improvements.||Weekly SOC||Monitoring|
|Run IR tabletop exercise||Test SOC team playbooks in tabletop exercise.||As needed||All SOC teams|
Integrate these tasks into your current SOC processes.