We'd like for users to be able to receive login notifications if a login occurs from a new device on their account. It'd be a fast way for users to know if someone has unauthorized access their account.
Google has a feature where if someone logs into your gmail it will tell you when and where the login occurred from and the device that logged in. You can also review all of the trusted devices for your account as well.
I highly suggest to add this feature to O365. You may assign it to a specific DL or Security Group to get this login notification. Some companies requires this as security.
Robbert van Herksen commented
Dear Office 365 Dev team
Please give us the functionality that Gmail already has implemented:
Send the (global)admin a notification (email) when people with fraudulent intent repeatedly try to log into Office365 (mail)accounts.
Also get the MAC-address of the machine that is used to do the hacking, so that this helps to identify that hacker.
Current login experiences does not meet industry standards in security. Shameful Microsoft does not yet support push auth or at the very least notifications.
it's frustrating what little control there is around a business service. Every web service I use recognizes new devices but office 365 will let you login from around the world 1000 times in a day and do nothing about it. Very disappointing.