Topic 2, Litware inc.
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Litware Inc. is a renewable company.
Litware has offices in Boston and Seattle. Litware also has remote users located across the United States. To access Litware resources, including cloud resources, the remote users establish a VPN connection to either office.
The network contains an Active Directory forest named litware.com that syncs to an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named litware.com.
Microsoft 365 Environment
Litware has a Microsoft 365 E5 subscription linked to the litware.com Azure AD tenant. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is deployed to all computers that run Windows 10. All Microsoft Cloud App Security built-in anomaly detection policies are enabled.
Litware has an Azure subscription linked to the litware.com Azure AD tenant.
The subscription contains resources in the East US Azure region as shown in the following table.
Each Litware office connects directly to the internet and has a site-to-site VPN connection to the virtual networks in the Azure subscription.
The on-premises network contains the computers shown in the following table.
Cloud App Security frequently generates false positive alerts when users connect to both offices simultaneously.
Litware plans to implement the following changes:
✑ Create and configure Azure Sentinel in the Azure subscription.
✑ Validate Azure Sentinel functionality by using Azure AD test user accounts.
Litware identifies the following business requirements:
- The principle of least privilege must be used whenever possible.
- Costs must be minimized, as long as all other requirements are met.
- Logs collected by Log Analytics must provide a full audit trail of user activities.
- All domain controllers must be protected by using Microsoft Defender for Identity.
Azure Information Protection Requirements
All files that have security labels and are stored on the Windows 10 computers must be available from the Azure Information Protection C Data discovery dashboard.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint requirements
All Cloud App Security unsanctioned apps must be blocked on the Windows 10 computers by using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
Microsoft Cloud App Security requirements
Cloud App Security must identify whether a user connection is anomalous based on tenant-level data.
Azure Defender Requirements
All servers must send logs to the same Log Analytics workspace.
Azure Sentinel Requirements
Litware must meet the following Azure Sentinel requirements:
✑ Integrate Azure Sentinel and Cloud App Security.
✑ Ensure that a user named admin1 can configure Azure Sentinel playbooks.
✑ Create an Azure Sentinel analytics rule based on a custom query. The rule must automatically initiate the execution of a playbook.
✑ Add notes to events that represent data access from a specific IP address to provide the ability to reference the IP address when navigating through an investigation graph while hunting.
✑ Create a test rule that generates alerts when inbound access to Microsoft Office 365 by the Azure AD test user accounts is detected. Alerts generated by the rule must be grouped into individual incidents, with one incident per test user account.
You need to implement the Azure Information Protection requirements.
What should you configure first?
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