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Week 33, 2023
In this week’s release, we have enhanced explainability, auto-domain discovery, and a smattering of smaller but mighty updates!
We know it’s always helpful to have as much context as possible when you’re investigating a user who is failing checks, and regular release note readers will be familiar with the recent additions to the check side drawer. This is something we refer to as “explainability”.
First, we have added context from IPInfo to the Inactive Account Probing check. You will now see information like country, domain, ASN name, and type alongside other data on the failed login attempts.
Second, the “Users Sharing Authenticators” will now easily display any other users who are using the same authenticators. Clicking on this user chip will take you to that specific user profile.
Many of the Oort checks come with Custom Detection Settings, which can be found on the Check Details page. These custom settings help to tune the checks to your specific policies and thresholds.
In the case of the All/Block Email Logins check, the auto-discovery will look for domains specific to your own environment. What defines rare? You tell us in the “Rare Domain Threshold Occurrence”. By default, this will be 5, but you can change this to your own number. Enabling auto-discovery will mean that the domains we alert for the checks are as specific to your environment as possible and will dynamically stay updated.
A similar story is true for the Rare Browser Activity check, which will look for rare uses of unusual browsers, defined by how many devices have accessed that browser.
Please note we’re busy making some changes to the allow, block, and ignore lists to further enable this workflow.
With more than 50 pre-built checks, we want to ensure that you can best prioritize your efforts. Each check has a compliance percentage that helps you to track how you are performing and gamify remediating the issues. Once you are at 100% compliance, you can give yourself a pat on the back and focus on the next biggest issues.
To track your progress, we have introduced a new filter. This “Compliance” filter enables you to select between Full and Partial. For example, if you only want to see the checks that have failing users, you can select the “Partial” filter. An example of this is displayed below.
- IP Tags. Additional tags are displayed in the User Profile Networks tab. This includes a “Personal VPN” tag, which helps you to pinpoint IP activity from employees using personal VPNs.
- Super Admin Login to Google. Extended coverage of this check to include all admin activities, not just the sign-in. This will help to provide greater visibility into super admin activity in Google.
- Microsoft Entra ID (Azure AD) Renaming. The dashboard has been updated to reflect the new naming of Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Entra ID.