Mar 16 2021
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Jan 14 2022
Our organisation uses generic accounts for each location for example, firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently we have seen an increase in attempts to login to these generic accounts and I'm trying to find a better way to do this.
Just want to get some feedback on these options that I have in mind and see if there are any other suggestions out there?
1. Use a shared mailbox - but maybe put some conditional access policies on it to improve security. I think going with this option will mean that I can't use multi-factor authentication (MFA)
2. Use a generic account - but forward the emails to an individual within the organisation and block sign-ins to the generic account. Still apply the requirement for MFA on the generic account (Can I still receive emails if I block sign-ins from Azure)
3. Can't really think of another way..
Mar 17 2021 01:31 AMSolution
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