Microsoft now allows you to apply risk-based conditional access policies at the Azure AD application level, providing you with real-time detection and automated protection that is fueled by the vast data in Microsoft’s Intelligent Security Graph.
Today, several improvements to conditional access in have been published through the new Azure Portal:
Risk-based access policies per application: Leverage machine learning on a massive scale to provide real-time detection and automated protection. Now you can use this data to build risk-based policies per application.Greater flexibility to protect applications: Set multiple policies per application or set and easily roll out global rules to protect all your applications with a single policy.All these capabilities are now available in a unified administrative experience on the Azure portal. This makes it even easier to create and manage holistic conditional access policies to all your applications.https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisem…
A posting by Julia White on the key findings from a survey of cloud use in 2016. Notably, hybrid deployments will continue to be the deployment model for years to come; vendor lock-in and privacy are moving up in terms of concerns; and security in the cloud remains a hot topic, but the nature of it has changed, with 50% of respondents seeing it as a benefit to cloud adoption, and the other half seeing it as a blocker.