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In Azure Security Center, the secure score impact has changed for several recommendations. The change might affect your overall secure score.
Azure Security Center policy updates are now performed from Azure Policy.
Use secure score to evaluate your security posture in Azure Security Center.
Azure App Service security recommendations have been improved to provide greater accuracy and environment compatibility.
Recently, a security vulnerability was announced in runC. Microsoft has built a new version of the Moby container runtime that includes the OCI update to address this vulnerability.
A fix to CVE-2019-5736 is available for Azure IoT Edge.
Securely tap into the rich workforce identity and organization data present in Workday and automate inbound user provisioning into Active Directory and Azure AD.
Scalably assign Microsoft service licenses to groups of users rather than individuals in Azure AD.
Azure AD activity logs integration with Azure Monitor Diagnostics and Azure Log Analytics is in public preview
Gain insights from Azure AD user activity logs stored in an Azure storage account and streamed to your preferred SIEM or custom environment, or integration with Azure Log Analytics tools directily in the Azure portal.
Identify and remediate directory errors caused by duplicate user attributes and orphaned objects, which complicate synchronizing your AD and Azure AD hybrid identity environment.
Self-service password reset from the Windows 10 sign in for hybrid domain joined devices is now available
Windows 10 devices that are domain-joined to both on-premises AD and cloud Azure AD allow user self-service password reset from the sign in screen.
Users with an Azure AD account can now reset their password from the sign in screen of devices using the Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 operating systems.
Migrate users from federated authentication to Azure AD cloud authentication in groups or phases and manage from the Azure AD portal.
.NET developers can use MSAL.NET to securely sign-in and authenticate any Microsoft identity (Azure AD and Microsoft Accounts) and call Microsoft Graph or other APIs.
Automated, policy-based provisioning and deprovisioning of Azure AD user accounts for Zscaler’s single sign-on (SSO) apps for identity lifecycle automation.