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Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Managing browser security easily with Microsoft 365 Lighthouse and Microsoft Edge

With so many customers to manage and browser security ever evolving, it can be quite a challenge for managed service providers to keep up with the latest security recommendations and secure devices and data across their customer base. Announced at Ignite 2020, Microsoft 365 Lighthouse is a platform that allows MSPs to scale the management of their small and medium-sized business customers in a single, comprehensive portal, available at no additional cost for eligible MSPs. With Lighthouse, MSPs can get recommended security configuration baselines tailored to SMB customers, quickly find and investigate risks, and proactively take action to get their customers to a healthy and secure state. The addition of the Microsoft Edge policy to the default baseline will make it easier for MSPs to consistently deploy Microsoft Edge security settings to users across SMB customers, saving them time and giving customers peace of mind that their users and their data are protected. MSPs have the challenging task of managing customers across the customer lifecycle, from onboarding to troubleshooting to managing operational improvements. To simplify this challenge, Lighthouse provides recommended settings and policies, including Microsoft Edge security settings. A GIF demonstrating how to deploy Microsoft Edge security settings in Microsoft 365 Lighthouse. Continue the conversation by joining us in the Microsoft 365 Tech Community! Whether you have product questions or just want to stay informed with the latest updates on new releases, tools, and blogs, Microsoft 365 Tech Community is your go-to resource to stay connected! Read more at https://bit.ly/3PICCV7 Source: Microsoft Tech Community Microsoft 365 Blog

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