Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Gets a Streamlined Submissions Experience
Microsoft has launched a streamlined submissions experience in the Microsoft 365 Defender portal. The new submissions page provides dedicated item tabs to help IT Admins track and analyze malicious emails, email attachments, URLs, and messages reported by end-users in their organization.
To get started, IT Admins will need to head to the Microsoft 365 Defender portal and click the submissions option available under the Actions & submissions section in the navigation panel. The new submissions page includes various tabs such as Emails, Email Attachments, URLs , as well as User reported messages. It’s also possible to submit a collection of malicious emails to Microsoft for analysis.
“You can add a new submission (as an admin) from here for emails, email attachments, and URLs, along with viewing the user reported messages,” the company explained. You can see how this new submissions portal looks in the screenshot below.
The new submissions experience in Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is expected to hit GA in the coming weeks
The new submissions experience started rolling out to all enterprise customers worldwide earlier this week, and it’s expected to be generally available for everyone in the coming weeks. However, keep in mind that it’s only available to organizations with “Exchange Online Protection, Defender for Office 365 Plan 1, Defender for Office 365 Plan 2, including those with Office 365 E5, Microsoft 365 E5, or Microsoft 365 E5 Security licenses.”
Microsoft invites users to provide feedback on the new submission experience available in Microsoft 365 Defender portal. You can also help the company prioritize new security features by posting requests on the Defender for Office 365 forum.
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