The folks at Microsoft identity division have just released the preview of Azure AD Conditional Access Policies for devices like iOS, Android and Windows.
This feature set allows greater flexibility to organisations in protecting the resource that the user or devices accessing applications such as Office 365 or any other applications that authenticate with Azure AD.
Given the risks associated with personal devices accessing enterprise applications the conditional access feature is available as part of the Azure AD Premium.
More details on how to set up Conditional Access and detailed guide on each of the controls and conditions can be found in the link below.
Published by Chirag Patel @techChirag
Chirag is an independent Microsoft 365 consultant at Patel Consulting, and Microsoft MVP (Office & Apps Services), based in UK with more than 20 years of industry experience. He is also a BCS (British Computer Society) Member & Chartered IT Professional, Microsoft 365 Certified Enterprise Administrator Expert, MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) and TOGAF9 Certified Architect.
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