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CORRATA AND MICROSOFT
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Better Together - Corrata and Microsoft

Corrata is committed to helping our customers leverage their existing security technology investments when deploying Corrata.  Integration with Microsoft Intune simplifies the deployment and management of Corrata while single sign on is facilitated through Microsoft Azure Active Directory.  In addition Corrata has integrated with Microsoft Cloud App Security for machine based discovery and control of cloud apps and with  Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection for mobile endpoint protection.

Microsoft Cloud App Security

Corrata has partnered with Microsoft to integrate Corrata’s mobile endpoint security solution with Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS). The collaboration brings together Corrata’s unique capability for collecting traffic information and controlling app usage on mobile devices with Microsoft market leading Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB).

Corrata and Microsoft have worked together to ensure that the integration of the Corrata solution with Microsoft Cloud App Security is simple and easy to implement.  Traffic information from smartphones and tablets running Corrata is uploaded for analysis to Microsoft Cloud App Security on a continuous basis.  Cloud app usage information collected by Corrata is visible to admins via the Microsoft Cloud App Security console. This provides an integrated view of an organization’s cloud app usage and one-click enforcement of app usage policies across iOS, Android and Windows devices.

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Once apps are designated as risky or un-santioned within the MCAS portal they will automatically be blocked by Corrata on the mobile endpoint.  This capability is delivered using Corrata’s patented SafePathML technology which powers the world’s only enterprise grade firewall for mobile devices.  So if you’re an existing or prospective Corrata or MCAS customer speak with your account representative today to learn more about what this unique collaboration can do for your organization. 

Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection

Corrata's integration with Microsoft Defender ATP enables Microsoft customers to detect, protect and respond to security threats on iOS and Android devices.   Corporate IT teams get a ‘single pane of glass” for all device platforms to investigate and defend against any potential threats.  Microsoft Defender ATP users can investigate mobile security threats directly from within the Microsoft Defender Security Center.  Together the two solutions provide an integrated view of an organization’s and a user’s threat status and  improves the speed, productivity and effectiveness of threat management
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Microsoft and Corrata have worked closely together to ensure that the integration of the Corrata solution with Microsoft Defender ATP is simple and easy to implement. Once integrated, all data collected and analyzed by Corrata is automatically made available for IT administrators via the Microsoft Defender ATP console, significantly improving visibility and overall protection for all iOS and Android devices.

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