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The Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) Ninja Training March 2021 update is Here!


Check it out at http://aka.ms/mcasninja!


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Feedback 


Let us know if you have any feedback or relevant use cases/requirements for this portion of Cloud App Security by emailing CASFeedback@microsoft.com and mention the core area of concern.


 


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Upload a log file from your network firewall or enable logging via Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to discover Shadow IT in your network. 



Learn more—download Top 20 use cases for CASB



Connect your cloud apps to detect suspicious user activity and exposed sensitive data. 



Search documentation on Microsoft Cloud App Security.  



Enable out-of-the-box anomaly detection policies and start detecting cloud threats in your environment. 



Understand your licensing options .  



Continue with more advanced use cases across information protection, compliance, and more. 



Follow the Microsoft Cloud App Security Ninja blog and learn about Ninja Training.  


Go deeper with these interactive guides: 


·         Discover and manage cloud app usage with Microsoft Cloud App Security 


·         Protect and control information with Microsoft Cloud App Security 


·         Detect threats and manage alerts with Microsoft Cloud App Security 


·         Automate alerts management with Microsoft Power Automate and Cloud App Security  



 


To experience the benefits of full-featured CASB, sign up for a free trial—Microsoft Cloud App Security. 


 


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