This course looks at how to monitor Microsoft 365 security with Azure Sentinel. We'll start by looking at what Azure Sentinel is and at what it offers, as well as how to onboard Azure Sentinel. We’ll then take a look at the process required for connecting Azure Sentinel to Microsoft 365 and you'll watch a live demo showing you how to do this.
After covering the onboarding of Azure Sentinel and the connection of Sentinel to Microsoft 365, we’ll look at how you can visualize data using Azure Sentinel, before wrapping things up by covering workbooks.
By the time you finish this course, you should have an understanding of how to onboard Azure Sentinel and how to connect it to Microsoft 365 and Office 365.
This course is intended for anyone who wishes to learn what Azure Sentinel is and how to use it to monitor Microsoft 365.
To get the most out of this course, you should have a basic understanding of Microsoft 365.
Once you’ve connected Azure Sentinel with the data sources you are interested in, you can begin visualizing and monitoring that data. This is accomplished through the use of workbooks. Using workbooks to visualize and monitor things allows you to create custom dashboards that display only what you are interested in. You can use built-in workbook templates, or you can build custom workbooks, depending on what data you are interested in.
Using a built-in workbook is pretty straightforward. Simply browse to Workbooks within the Sentinel portal to select Templates. Doing so displays the full list of built-in Azure Sentinel workbooks. If a workbook is relevant to any data types you’ve connected Sentinel to, the Required data types field for the selected workbook will show a green checkmark.
After selecting the relevant workbook, clicking View template allows you to view the template populated with your data.
You can then edit the workbook and then click Save. You’ll be prompted to choose a location where you want to save the JSON file for the template.
Once you’ve saved the new workbook, you can click View saved workbook, to view it. To edit it, click the Edit button at the top. Editing a workbook allows you to customize it for your specific needs.
Once you are done making your changes, you can save the workbook.
To read more about workbooks in Azure Sentinel, visit the URL you see on your screen:
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