Announcing Attack Simulation Training Read APIs - now in Beta!
Since GA of Attack Simulation Training earlier this year, one of the most common asks we have heard from our customers and the community has been around exposing APIs to access simulation and reporting information. We are pleased to announce the availability of the Attack Simulation Training Read APIs - currently in Beta!
Attack Simulation Training APIs are onboarded to the Microsoft Graph, and this provides a unified interface and schema to integrate with security solutions from Microsoft and ecosystem partners. The availability of these APIs lights up various business scenarios such as:
The following Attack Simulation Training read APIs are now published to Beta and available to be consumed.
1. List Simulations: Retrieve the list of simulations run by the organization.
2. Simulation details overview: Retrieve the overview details of a given simulation, such as the number of emails delivered, total clicked count, total compromised count, etc.
3. View users' report for a given simulation: Retrieve the detailed report of a given simulation containing actions taken by each user targeted in the simulation.
4. Advanced report – get details of the user coverage report: Retrieve the tenant level aggregate report about overall user coverage.
5. Advanced report – get details of the training coverage report: Retrieve the tenant level aggregate report about overall training coverage.
6. Advanced report – get details of the repeat offender report: Retrieve the tenant level aggregate report about overall repeat offenders.
The Microsoft Graph Security API is usually accessed in one of the following ways:
More information on authentication and authorization basics for Microsoft graph can be found here.
To access Attack Simulation Training data via Microsoft Graph APIs:
For more detailed information about security authorization, please see Authorization and the Microsoft Graph Security API.
Please refer to the following documentation for further details on how to use the APIs:
With these APIs, we can now enable a wide variety of custom scenarios. While the possibilities are numerous, a few examples are:
While the APIs are in Beta, please do expect changes, enhancements, and improvements leading into General Availability. We are super excited to share this feature availability with you all and look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback as you start using the APIs!!
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