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Microsoft 365 Sign-in Analytics and Alerting

Do you want to ensure the safety of your Microsoft 365 sign-ins? AdminDroid is your ultimate solution, offering detailed insights into Microsoft risky sign-in analytics, user sign-in patterns, and more to help you proactively safeguard your sensitive data.

Microsoft Sign-in Activity Audit

Sign-in analytics provide administrators with a complete overview of user authentication patterns, helping them identify irregularities that may indicate unauthorized access attempts. By tracking Microsoft 365 sign-ins from unfamiliar locations or devices, admins can swiftly respond to data breaches and maintain their security protocols. To ease up your sign-in analysis, here comes AdminDroid the absolute saviour! 

With AdminDroid, admins can get detailed insights and alerts on Microsoft 365 sign-in reporting and risky sign-in analytics. By categorizing login activities and listing flagged potentially hazardous login attempts, AdminDroid empowers administrators to proactively mitigate security risks! This helps you protect important digital assets and keep the Microsoft 365 environment safe and sound.

Microsoft Sign-in Activity Audit
Find Users Attempting to Sign-in From Unknown Location
Manage MFA Challenge Failed Sign-ins
Monitor Non-interactive Sign-ins to Keep Security in Check
Track Sign-ins Prompted to Enroll MFA & Reset Password
Detect Risky User Sign-ins in Real-time
Keep an Eye on Unmanaged Device Sign-ins
Analyze the Types of Methods to Resolve Risky User Sign-ins

Find Users Attempting to Sign-in From Unknown Location

Examine the user sign-ins from the unfamiliar location and set up a CA policy requiring multi-factor authentication for added data security.

Manage MFA Challenge Failed Sign-ins

Monitor the frequency of failed MFA sign-ins and get to know the reason for failure and the cause behind it.

Monitor Non-interactive Sign-ins to Keep Security in Check

Get visibility into sign-in types like interactive/non-interactive sign-ins to avoid unauthorized access to resources and malicious attacks.

Track Sign-ins Prompted to Enroll MFA & Reset Password

Make use of ‘sign-in with prompts’ report to analyze the prompts users are receiving during sign-ins.

Detect Risky User Sign-ins in Real-time

Monitor the sign-ins that are flagged as risky in real-time and take quick action to prevent any unauthorized access in the organization.

Keep an Eye on Unmanaged Device Sign-ins

Track the user sign-ins from unmanaged devices and if they have a history of doubtful activities, act quickly to block them and prevent any data loss.

Analyze the Types of Methods to Resolve Risky User Sign-ins

Delve into the details of risk- resolving methods such as password resets, MFA, temporary password changes, and more to respond to risky user sign-ins.

Explore AdminDroid's Rich Insights on Microsoft 365 Sign-in Analytics

Microsoft 365 Sign-in Activity

Monitor Microsoft 365 Sign-in Activity

Keep a close watch on user sign-in activities to address security threats promptly.

Timely monitoring of the user’s first login time , failed sign-ins, external tenant sign-ins, sign-ins via Basic auth protocols, sign-ins without MFA, risky sign-ins, and more helps prevent evolving cybersecurity threats, ensuring the safety of sensitive information.

Analyze Microsoft 365 Sign-ins with Location Details

Ensure that the organization's data is accessed only from approved geographic locations.

Suspicious patterns of sign-ins such as multiple sign-ins from distant or unfamiliar locations in a short span can be a sign of account compromise or fraudulent activity. Get notified about the complete sign-in location details to detect and report unauthorized accesses more effectively .

Analyze Microsoft 365 Sign-ins with Location Details
Keep an Eye on Microsoft 365 Guest User Sign-in Activity

Keep an Eye on Microsoft 365 Guest User Sign-in Activity

Swiftly detect suspicious sign-in patterns to avoid data breaches.

Unmonitored guest user login activities have a risk of exposing your organization to potential reputational damage and data leaks. So, monitor guest users’ sign-ins in Microsoft 365 to maintain compliance with the organization’s data protection policies and privacy regulations.

Find User’s Last Logon Time by SaaS Applications

Track the users’ last logon time for each application with Microsoft 365 environment.

Gain in-depth insights into when users last accessed their accounts based on SaaS applications like Gitlab, Slack, etc., enabling security assessments and identification of operational concerns. By identifying users who haven't logged in for a specific period, admins can reclaim unused licenses and allocate them to M365 active users , optimizing licensing costs.

Find User’s Last Logon Time by SaaS Applications
Examine Unmanaged/Non-Compliant Device Sign-ins

Examine Unmanaged/Non-Compliant Device Sign-ins

Get alerted when users attempting to sign-in from unmanaged /non-compliant devices.

Managing sign-ins with device details is important to ensure that only authorized devices can access the organization’s data and resources. Admins should maintain vigilance over suspicious mobile sign-ins , non-compliant device sign-ins, and unmanaged device sign-ins to protect sensitive data from potential breaches.

Identify Microsoft 365 Interactive and Non-interactive Sign-ins

Keep tabs on signs-ins involving authentication methods and Client app/OS component.

Track how many users are performing interactive sign-ins where authentication factors such as passwords, passing MFA challenges, authenticator app, etc., are used. Similarly, monitoring Microsoft non-interactive sign-ins allows admins to check if any malicious user is attempting to gain access to data using client app.

Interactive Sign-ins Based on Applications
Manage Microsoft 365 Sign-ins Based on MFA

Manage Microsoft 365 Sign-ins Based on MFA

Mitigate risks associated with weak passwords and unauthorized access by embracing the power of MFA.

Strengthen defenses against weak passwords by gaining information on all successful MFA sign-ins, failed MFA sign-ins, and MFA bypassed sign-ins. Apart from this, admins can audit the MFA based sign-ins that are authenticated via text message, mobile app notification, mobile app verification code, or phone call to have the security posture in check.

Get to Know the MFA Enforcement Source

Observe how MFA is enforced into sign-ins either by Conditional Access policies or at user-level.

Review the MFA prompted sign-in actions of users where MFA settings have been configured using Conditional Access policies or applied at the user-level in MS Entra. By doing so, admins can fine-tune their MFA and Conditional Access policies, ensuring a balance between robust security and user convenience.

MFA Enforcement at User-level
Review Sign-ins Based on Conditional Access Policy

Review Sign-ins Based on Conditional Access Policy

Ensure secure resource access by scrutinizing sign-ins under Conditional Access policies.

Analyze sign-ins based on Condition Access policy and understand how users are accessing resources and whether adhering to security policies. By doing so, admins can examine the applied CA policy that caused valid sign-in denial , and other info like conditional access status, authentication requirements, and more.

Evaluate the Security Risk Level of Sign-in Attempts

Empower security by effectively identifying and mitigating high-risk sign-ins.

Admins can utilize the risky sign-in reports to identify security risks effectively. Levels of risks, such as high-risk sign-ins, low-risk sign-ins, hidden risky sign-ins, etc., can be obtained with the help of risky sign-in reports.

Risk Level of Sign-in Attempts
Risky Sign-ins by Detection Timing

Obtain Microsoft 365 Risky Sign-ins by Detection Timing

Get visibility into detected risky sign-ins and prioritize investigation efforts.

Get a comprehensive view of sign-ins that are detected in real-time, near real-time and offline. Thereby, admins can focus on real-time risky sign-in alerting as these pose an immediate threat to the organization's security.

Track Microsoft 365 Risky Sign-in Status

Unlock the complete risky sign-in statuses for swift security assessment.

A thorough analysis of risky sign-in detections is essential to rapidly assess the situation, take appropriate action, and understand the impact of the security breach. Gain information on the current risk status, indicating whether a risk has been marked as safe, remediated, dismissed, or compromised.

Microsoft 365 Risky Sign-in Status
Sign-ins Prompted for Password Resets

Keep a Check on Microsoft 365 Sign-ins with Security Prompts

Ensure a smooth and uninterrupted user experience by monitoring sign-ins with prompts.

Gain the complete list of user sign-ins that are prompted to:

  • Enroll in strong two factor authentication.
  • Initiate password reset procedures.
  • Reset the expired password.
  • Use other MFA methods to log in since the MFA threshold has been reached.
  • Opt for the 'Keep Me Signed-in' feature.
  • Undertake the 'Sign-in Another Way' option.

This way, admins can monitor and manage user access and authentication effectively.

Gain Insights into Risky Sign-ins Resolving Methods

Uncover how risky sign-ins are being resolved within Microsoft 365 environment.

Observe the insights into how risky sign-ins have been addressed within the organization. Admins can delve into the details of risk resolution methods, including:

  • Admin-generated temporary passwords
  • User-initiated password changes
  • User-initiated password resets
  • Admin-confirmed safe sign-ins
  • MFA-verified sign-ins prompted by risk-based policies
  • Admin-dismissed risk flags for users
  • Admin-confirmed compromised sign-ins

By doing so, admins can identify trends, assess effectiveness, and make informed decisions to further enhance your organization's security posture.

Risky Sign-ins with Resolved details
Risky Sign-in Event Types in Microsoft 365

Investigate Risky Sign-in Event Types in Microsoft 365

Delve into the depths of risky sign-in event types and enhance your Microsoft 365 protection.

Keep tabs on sign-in vulnerabilities by monitoring and addressing various types of risky sign-ins, including:

  • Anonymous IP address
  • New country
  • Unlikely travel
  • Malware infected IP address
  • Unfamiliar locations
  • Leaked credentials
  • Generic admin confirmed user compromised
  • Password spray
  • MCAS impossible travel
  • MCAS suspicious inbox manipulation rules
  • Investigations threat intelligence sign-in linked
  • Malicious IP address valid credentials blocked IP
  • Admin confirmed user compromised

With AdminDroid alerts, admins can regularly investigate and respond to these events, which can significantly contribute to the overall security of the Microsoft 365 environment.

Stay Alerted on Microsoft 365 Risky Sign-ins

Get notified of suspicious events like incorrect sign-in attempts, unusual volume of admins' login failures, and MFA failed sign-ins, with AdminDroid alerts.

Microsoft 365 sign-in alerting is a critical component of an organization’s security infrastructure. If risky sign-ins in Microsoft 365 are left unmonitored, it's like leaving the front door of your digital house wide open. This could lead to unauthorized access, data breaches, and potential damage to your digital assets. AdminDroid’s real-time alerting mechanism helps the organization proactively monitor risky sign-ins , thereby safeguarding its digital assets and maintaining business continuity!

Microsoft 365 Risky Sign-ins Alerting
  • Unusual volume of sign-ins blocked by CA Policy: Get notified when an abnormal number of sign-ins are blocked due to Conditional Access policy, by comparing the same day’s data of current week and previous week (i.e., Wednesday of this week and previous week). This could be useful in scenarios where a sudden increase in blocked sign-ins could indicate a coordinated attack on your organization accounts.
  • Account lockouts due to incorrect sign-in attempts: Whenever any account lockouts occur due to incorrect sign-in attempts by users, admins need to be informed. This can help them to identify potential brute force attacks where an attacker might be trying to guess a user’s password.
  • High level risky sign-ins: Stay informed when a high-risk sign-in is detected from any user account in the organization. For example, if a user who usually logs in from USA suddenly logs in from China, this could trigger a high-risk sign-in alert.
  • Unusual volume of admins’ login failures: Initiate an alert when an unusual volume of admin login failures is detected, while comparing the same day in the previous week. This could be useful in identifying targeted attacks on high-privilege accounts.
  • Users failed to pass MFA challenge: Be aware when users fail to pass the MFA challenge an unusually high number of times during sign-in. This could be a sign of an attacker trying to bypass MFA protections.
  • Unlikely travel risk detection: Stay alert when an impossible travel risk is detected for any user in the organization. For example, if a user logs in from New York and then two hours later from Sydney, this will trigger an unlikely travel risk alert.
  • Sign-ins from an anonymous IP address: Get alerts generated when a sign-in from an anonymous IP address is detected. This could indicate that a user is trying to hide their location, possibly for malicious reasons.
  • Admin confirmed user compromised: Keep track of events when admins confirm a risky user as compromised in Microsoft Entra ID. This could be used to quickly respond to confirmed security incidents.
  • All confirmed risky sign-ins: Get to know when risky sign-ins are confirmed as remediated, dismissed, or compromised. This can help track the risk resolution of security incidents.
  • Users’ risky sign-ins with detailed info: Raises an alert when risks are detected in user sign-ins across the organization. This can provide detailed information for incident response and forensic investigations.
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