Using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint in app protection policies for Android and iOS

This week is all about some new and exiting functionality related to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) that was announced around Microsoft Ignite. That new and exiting functionality is that MDE risk signals can now be used in app protection policies for Android and iOS. Those signals are based on the protection against phishing, unsafe network connections (on Android and iOS), and malicious apps (on Android only). That enables the usage of MDE on unmanaged devices for even better protection of work data. This behavior can be achieved by configuring an integration between MDE and Microsoft Intune, to send the required signals to Microsoft Intune, and by configuring an app protection policy, to create a conditional launch for the app, based on the signals provided …

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Getting started with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint for iOS

Microsoft recently declared Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) for iOS – previously known as Microsoft Defender ATP for iOS – general available. That’s really good news and also a really good trigger for a new blog post. This post will be similar to my post earlier about MDE for Android. MDE for iOS provides protection against phishing and unsafe network connections. All events and alerts around those subjects will be available in the Microsoft Defender Security Center and will be used to determine the risk level of the device. To add-on to that, through the connection with Microsoft Intune that risk information can be used to determine the compliance of the device with the company policies and to determine the eventual access of the device …

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