How to Get the Microsoft Security Score from Command Line

To get the Microsoft security score from the command line, you can use PowerShell commands. Here’s a general approach:

  1. Install the required PowerShell modules, if not already installed. You might need modules like AzureAD or Microsoft.Graph.Security.
  2. Connect to your Microsoft 365 tenant using the appropriate command, such as Connect-AzureAD or Connect-MgGraph.
  3. Retrieve the security score using a command like Get-MgSecuritySecureScore.

Here’s an example of how you might use PowerShell to get the security score:

# Install the Microsoft Graph Security moduleInstall-Module -Name Microsoft.Graph.Security
# Connect to Microsoft GraphConnect-MgGraph# Get the security scoreGet-MgSecuritySecureScore

Remember, you may need to adjust the commands based on your specific environment and permissions. Also, ensure that you have the necessary permissions to access the security score data.

Ref: IT Pros can now easily connect to Microsoft Graph Security with the PowerShell Module! – Microsoft Community Hub