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As our team assists customers in adopting Microsoft Cloud App Security, and continues to encourage customers to leverage the best of its capabilities, we often see that a number of our customers are not aware of how simple and beneficial it can be to connect their other apps (in addition to O365 and Azure) to Cloud App Security.
To help you in that journey, we’ve compiled a short series of videos to help you with key points of integration. To begin, we start with connecting to your favorite apps. Right after connecting these apps, without any additional configuration, you will start benefiting from the threat detection policies built into Cloud App Security. Any policy that you have created (that is not explicitly targeting an app) will also apply (in alert mode only at first, with no risk of accidental governance action).
Of course, much more can be done with the addition of a few simple policies, and we are preparing more blogs on how to protect each of these apps. We have detailed below the connections for GitHub, Salesforce and Box, but there are more to come. Let us know in the comments which app you would like to see next. Stay tuned!
GitHub app connection:
Box app connection:
Salesforce app connection:
We look forward to sharing more important details with you as the weeks progress.
- The Cloud App Security CxE team