Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium P2
The service also offers a rich, standards-based platform that enables developers to deliver access control to their applications, based on centralized policy and rules.
Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium P2 also includes a full suite of identity management capabilities including multi-factor authentication, device registration, self-service password management, self-service group management, privileged account management, role-based access control, application usage monitoring, rich auditing, and security monitoring and alerting. These capabilities can help secure cloud-based applications, streamline IT processes, cut costs, and help ensure that corporate compliance goals are met.
Microsoft Security Defaults
Microsoft began turning Security Defaults on for all net new customer tenants on Feb. 29, 2020, and as a result, multifactor authentication (MFA) is turned on for those customers. Generally, Security Defaults are only a hard requirement for Partner tenants and not customer tenants. To turn the Defaults off for your customer, go to Admin Centers>Azure Active Directory>Azure Active Directory (Again)>Properties>Manage Security Defaults>Toggle to No.
- Privileged Identity Management.
- Identity Protection.
- User/Group Management.
- Security/Usage Reports.
- No limits on objects.
- Works with multiple platforms and devices.
- Integrate with on-premises Active Directory.