ASD's Blueprint for Secure Cloud

Teams Dynamic Security group

This section describes the design decisions associated with Teams Teams Dynamic Security group for system(s) built using ASD's Blueprint for Secure Cloud.

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Dynamic Security Groups are Microsoft Entra ID security groups that are populated based on device and/or user attributes. Dynamic Security Groups can be leveraged to control access to locations, services and features.

The membership of a Dynamic Security Group is updated whenever an attribute of a device or user is modified. If the user/device no longer matches the Group rule, then that user/device is removed. Conversely if a user/device now matches the Group rule, then they are added. When a user is added the Group can be configured so that the added user receives an email notifying them of the addition.

Naming of Dynamic Security groups can be streamlined using a Naming Policy. The Naming Policy ensures that the groups within the environment conform to a standard and their purpose can be easily identified.

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