Is "App Protection Policy" a part of "Mobile Application Management" OR "Cloud App Security" OR "Threat Protection" ?

Dave D 61 Reputation points
2020-11-27T05:16:50.793+00:00

Hello,

With many terminology in security and mobility, I would like to know where the "Cloud App Security" classified?

Is "App Protection Policy" a part of "Mobile Application Management" OR "Cloud App Security" OR "Threat Protection" ?

Can you help clarifying?

Thanks,

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  1. VipulSparsh-MSFT 16,251 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-11-28T04:47:28.37+00:00

    anonymous userD-1603 App protection policy comes under Mobile Application management which is a functionality in MDM service like Intune.
    You can read more about it here and also see few common question around it here.

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  1. Vasil Michev 98,201 Reputation points MVP
    2020-11-27T08:22:51.677+00:00

    App protection policies are part of Intune, now known as Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

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  2. Jason Sandys 31,181 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-11-30T19:57:30.69+00:00

    Intune, now known as Microsoft Endpoint Manager

    This is not correct. Intune is still Intune althouh as of about 14 months ago, it is part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) which also includes additional products and services including ConfigMgr, Desktop Analytics, Group Policy ANalytics, Endpoint Analytics, and Autopilot.

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