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Get started with passkeys in Microsoft 365

Get started with passkeys in Microsoft 365

If you're looking to add an additional layer of protection against phishing attacks in Microsoft 365, look no further than passkeys. This long-awaited feature is now available for public preview and is device-bound, meaning that it's resistant to phishing attempts. However, it's important to note that this feature is subject to change as it's still in its testing phase.

If you want to learn more about passkeys and how to get started with them in Microsoft 365, check out this informative article by Jan Bakker. It provides an overview of passkeys and outlines the steps to take to start using them effectively. With passkeys, you can elevate the security of your organization and keep your data safe from potential threats.

So head on over to the linked webpage to learn more about how you can get started with passkeys in Microsoft 365 today!

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