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Monitor your ADFS sign-in activity using Azure AD Connect Health’s risky IP reports

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Many of our customers use Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) to sign into Office 365 and other cloud and on-premises apps secured by Azure AD. ADFS proxy servers are often deployed to enable users to sign in from outside the corporate network.

 

In a previous blog post, we talked about the kinds of attacks that hit this internet-facing infrastructure and ways to secure your ADFS infrastructure and Azure AD sign-ins. One of the keys to protecting your organization from these kinds of attacks is to assure you can monitor and audit what’s happening with your on-premises identity infrastructure.

 

To help improve your ability to monitor and audit you identity infrastructure, today we’re releasing a public preview of a really useful improvement to Azure AD Connect HealthRisky IP Reports.

 

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Read about it in the Enterprise Mobility + Security blog.

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