We’ve renamed Microsoft Cloud App Security. It’s now called Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps. In the coming weeks, we’ll update the screenshots and instructions here and in related pages. For more information about the change, see this announcement. To learn more about the recent renaming of Microsoft security services, see the Microsoft Ignite Security blog.
This article describes what you should do with Defender for Cloud Apps daily.
Check the dashboard
The information presented in the dashboard is an overview of all the most important information about your organization. Each information card provides links to a deeper investigation of the information presented. You can also choose to view the dashboard information for a specific app using the filter provided.
What can you expect to see in the dashboard?
- Open alerts
Shows the number of open alerts, a graph of the alert status distribution, and recent alerts
- Discovered apps
Shows the number of discovered apps, a graph of the app risk distribution, and the top app categories by traffic.
- Top users to investigate
Shows the number of users to investigate and the users with the highest investigation priority.
- Conditional Access App Control
Shows the number of apps protected by Conditional Access App Control as well as the number of protected sessions and actions over the last 30 days.
- App connectors status
Shows the number of API connected app instances and their status.
- Files infected with malware
Shows the number of files infected with malware.
- Privileged Office 365 OAuth apps
Shows the number of rarely used OAuth apps granted highly privileged permissions.
- Azure security configuration
Shows the number and severity of Azure security configuration recommendations.
- AWS security configuration
Shows the number and severity of AWS security configuration recommendations.
- DLP alerts
Shows a graph of DLP alerts over the last 30 days.