Microsoft introduces a new e-mail security feature that gives businesses better visibility into phishing campaigns that target their workforce.
Phishing is a cyber-attacker who pretends to be someone to whom they do not belong e-mail message to trick the recipient (such as a company employee) into taking action execute, z. For example, clicking on a malicious link or sharing sensitive information. Phishing attacks are one of the biggest security issues facing businesses today. A recent UK government report found that "phishing emails [are] are more credible and therefore harder to detect".
With Microsoft today revealing that it launches "campaign views" as part of its Office 365 Advance Threat Protection (ATP) security suite. Microsoft introduced Office 365 ATP back in 201
Get more out of business with campaign views built into the mix Outstanding context and insight into email phishing campaigns, including how attackers target them and which users in the organization are most vulnerable are. For example, when an attack is successful and an employee clicks on a malicious link contained in an email, security teams can take action to address the security breach and minimize its impact. In a broader sense, campaign views can also help to highlight inherent security vulnerabilities so they can take corrective action in the future.
What It Looks Like
In campaign views, security teams can get an overview of a specific phishing campaign. including a timeline of the broadcast pattern. It also displays a complete list of IP addresses and senders whose messages have been blocked, quarantined, moved to the junk folder, or placed in the Inbox, and most importantly, which specific users have been compromised.