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Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Tenant Allow Block list in GCC, GCCH, and DoD

Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Tenant Allow Block list in GCC, GCCH, and DoD

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is set to bring its Tenant Allow/Block list functionality to GCC, GCCH, and DoD. This move will provide admins and security analysts in these environments access to the same features available in the WW environment, empowering them to better secure their Office 365 deployments. The product is scheduled for general availability release in May CY2024 and will function entirely on the cloud-based web platform. The roadmap ID for this update is 389854 and can be accessed via the following link: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?featureid=389854

This update will provide enhanced security functionality and flexibility, allowing users to better tailor their Office 365 environments to their specific needs. Check out the post on M365 Admin for more information.

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