The controls in Microsoft 365 to help drive security and compliance as your users work in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams benefits from the security and compliance foundation of SharePoint, OneDrive and Exchange, so if you are used to the controls for these workloads, for the most part, you’ll just need to extend these to your Teams environment. Note that when creating a new Microsoft 365 tenant, Security Defaults now enable multi-factor authentication by default. This will need to be manually enabled for existing tenants.
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