Phishing has been around for nearly as long as email has. More than 90 % of organizations report being hit by targeted email attacks, with 23 % suffering financial damage that can average $1.6 million and up. More businesses than ever are now choosing to use cloud services. But cybersecurity remains a critical issue for all businesses, as cybercrime hasn’t been stopped by the cloud. Microsoft offers modern complex anti-phishing tools that keep your employees safe from targeted phishing campaigns.
One of the most common security support requests from our customers is for assistance with remediating an account compromise. The most common scenario is that a member of their organization became the victim of a phishing scam and the attacker obtained the password for their account.
Protection of confidential data gets more challenging every day as it is widely used via various devices and apps. Microsoft Information Protection allows companies to keep confidential data safe and secure, wherever it lives or moves through cloud services and on-premises.
If you have an Office 365 subscription, Outlook now includes encryption features that let you share your confidential and personal information while ensuring that your email message stays encrypted and doesn’t leave Office 365. This is useful when you don’t trust the recipient’s email provider to be secure.
In the article we are going to explain how to open a secure email using third-party email providers.
In the middle of May 2019, Compliance and security virtual conference took place and, in case you missed it, we’ve prepared the recap of some sessions for you. One of the presentations was hosted by Silvia Kingsmill, a Partner in the Risk Consulting practice at KPMG Canada, and the National Data Protection and Privacy Leader (yes, you’re not mistaken, very same KPMG from Big Four accounting firms). This session was devoted to the overview of the regulatory landscape. She has spoken about data privacy, cybersecurity, data governance, digital transformation, and what’s more important offered advice on how to reach compliance and improve the security posture of an organization.
Before we jump into the cloud app security implementation or the management processes, let’s talk about the cloud app security what it is and why would do we need cloud app security. It’s a Microsoft cloud-based solution that gives you insights into your suspicious user activities.
Recently we have discussed the subject of zero-trust network security, but at the Security and Compliance Virtual conference that took place recently, experts talked a lot about zero-trust architecture in Microsoft 365 environment, and we’ve decided to share some of the most interesting insights from the conference.
Our certified engineers will analyze how well you’re leveraging existing and optional security controls and setting of your Office 365 environment and develop a prioritized plan according to Microsoft best-practices to increase security and reduce risks.