AATP and Security Boundaries (Red Forest)

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it's my current understanding that AATP integration exists with Secure Boundary Forest's (Red Forest) and i have found a new article making mention of ATP within Red Forest. (https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Enterprise-Mobility-Security/Best-Practices-for-Securing-Adva...)

 

I am curious as to the Microsoft Security Best and Current Practice recommendations on ESAE and Red Forest- Should these RF implementation still only reside on physical hardware?

with this mention of AATP and security boundaries is Microsoft looking at a more Azure integrated Bastion (Red) Forest implementation?

Is AATP looking to play/extend or in future take the role of SCOM within a Red Forest ?

 

with AATP supporting Red Forest, would a Red Forest built out in Azure be Microsoft Supported, granted it addressed all the associated risks?

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Hi @Pieterv900, thank you for taking your time to post. 

 

Hi @Andrew Harris (AZURE SEC), is this something you can speak to?