Microsoft Azure Account Takeover Protection

Analyze human behavior to protect Azure cloud workloads.
Microsoft Azure Account Takeover Protection

Extend Abnormal Protection Across All Platforms

Cloud phishing breaches—that is, breaches affecting your cloud apps and services that result from the exploitation of human vulnerability through advanced phishing and social engineering tactics—are a primary concern for Security teams. In most organizations, Azure is “the cloud,” necessitating a greater level of protection than Microsoft’s security tools alone can provide. To stop attackers from compromising Azure, security teams need an extensible platform that provides consistent visibility and security automation across not only Azure cloud workloads but all cloud applications and infrastructure services for holistic, higher fidelity detection. Abnormal provides that platform.

How Abnormal Secures Azure

Simple API Integration

Connect directly to the Microsoft Graph API with Abnormal’s cloud-native API architecture—automatically ingesting and normalizing access data for every human that signs in to Azure.

Continuous Monitoring of Human Behavior in Azure

Automatically learn and dynamically monitor Azure access patterns, develop a behavioral baseline and profile for every human on the Azure platform, and automatically detect and analyze behavioral deviations.

AI Account Takeover and Response

When suspicious activity occurs, Abnormal Human Behavior AI automatically triggers the creation of a contextual Case populated with Azure activity. Each Case is scored based on detection confidence and continually enriched with new activity across all platforms integrated with Abnormal.


of companies are targeted by account takeover attempts each week.


chance of a successful account takeover each week for organizations with 50,000+ employees.


total amount saved by customers due to account takeovers stopped by Abnormal in 2023.

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