Up to 50,000 Office 365 users will be targeted by a phishing campaign that claims to notify them of a “missed chat” from Microsoft Teams. Researchers warn of a phishing campaign posing as an automated message from Microsoft Teams. In reality, the attack is intended to steal the login credentials of Office 365 recipients. Teams is Microsoft’s popular collaboration tool, which has grown in popularity among external employees during the pandemic, making it an attractive brand for attackers to pose. This particular campaign has been sent to between 15,000 and 50,000 Office 365 users, according to investigators from Abnormal Security on Thursday. “Because Microsoft Teams is an instant messaging service, recipients of this notification may be more likely to click on it, so they can quickly respond to any message they think they missed based on the notification,” researchers said in an analysis thursday.
Microsoft is working to improve Microsoft Defender for Office 365 with priority protection features for high-profile employee accounts, such as executive-level managers, that threat actors are most likely to target. Microsoft Defender for Office 365 (formerly known as Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection) provides Office 365 business accounts with protection against advanced threats, including credential phishing and business email intrusion, automatically restoring detected attacks. The feature is currently in public preview and Microsoft plans to make it publicly available to all customers with Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection in November 2020.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (formerly Microsoft Defender ATP) risk assessment settings for iOS compliance policies are now available in public preview in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. We are excited to share this public preview as several customers have been waiting for this opportunity. Customers can find the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint setting when they create a new device compliance policy for iOS, where they can set devices to be marked as incompatible if a specific risk score for the machine (Clear, Low, Medium, High) is not met.
New Microsoft 365 tools for security, risk management and compliance At this week’s Inspire 2020 partner conference, Microsoft introduced new Microsoft 365 tools for security,
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