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We saw a user who has accessed the email in a different country. It triggered it as High Risk. As, mentioned earlier that this user would have definitely signed using MFA (SecureAuth - We Use), but how could this be a High Risk? Should the Identity Protection not detect the other MFA that users are ...
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We have other MFA and we do not use Microsoft MFA to access Outlook from outside our network. So, how can the Risky Sign-Ins be valid? I am trying to identify whether the Risky sign-ins are legitimate or was it compromised and O
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@Rajat Luthra thanks for your response. Sure, if biometrics are enabled, that's a "something you are" factor (not a fan of those, but that's another discussion). If the app itself is the "something you have" factor, but this second factor is also the data itself, it's not really a factor, its the wo...
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@Mike Crowley, could you please elaborate? I want to make sure I understand your concern correctly. The data you're referring to (passwords, addresses, payment info) is protected behind two factors on the app (1 - your device, what you have, and 2 - your biometrics, what you are). Microsoft Authenti...
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The whole point of MFA is to create distance between the credentials and the data you’re trying to secure. It makes no sense to use Microsoft Authenticator as both a second factor (“something I have”), and also a repository for the confidential data you’re trying to protect.
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