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Microsoft is rolling out these security settings to protect millions of accounts. Here’s what’s changing

May 27, 2022

Via: ZDnet

To thwart password and phishing attacks, Microsoft is rolling out security defaults to a massive number of Azure Active Directory (AD) users.

Microsoft began rolling out security defaults to customers who created a new Azure AD tenant after October 2019, but didn’t enable the defaults for customers that created Azure AD tenants prior to October 2019.

Today, Azure AD security defaults are used by about 30 million organizations, according to Microsoft, and over the next month Microsoft will roll out the defaults to many more organizations that will result in the defaults protecting 60 million more accounts.

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