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Targeted Phishing: How to Avoid the Hook

BlackBerry explains how partners & customers can defend users from targeted phishing & spearphishing attacks — which take aim at specific groups or individuals.

U.S. Elections Face Phishing Attack Vulnerabilities: Study

With only three months left until U.S. elections, most state & local election administrators aren’t prepared to fight phishing attacks, Area 1 Security research finds.

Blackpoint Cyber Unveils MDR for Microsoft 365

Blackpoint Cyber unveils 365 Defense, which enables MSPs to integrate Microsoft 365 managed detection & response (MDR) capabilities into their portfolios.

Mimecast Acquires Segasec for Cybersecurity, Anti-Phishing Capabilities

Email security provider Mimecast acquires Segasec. MSSPs gain cloud tools that protect customers from fake websites, phishing scams, credential harvesting & impersonation attempts on the Web.

Nearly 75% of App Exploits Involve Microsoft Office

Nearly 75 percent of the most most commonly exploited applications worldwide in Q3 2019 involved Microsoft Office, according to PreciseSecurity.

How to Detect and Stop Phishing Attacks

After hackers penetrate a trusted account, they’ll launch an internal phishing or business email compromise (BEC) attack. Here’s how MSSPs can mitigate those attacks.

Microsoft Office 365 Security: ATP Gains Automated Incident Response

Automated Incident Response capabilities are now available for the Microsoft Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) cloud-based email filtering service.

Microsoft Office 365 Account-Takeover Attacks Rise

Microsoft Office 365 account-takeover attacks are “one of the fastest growing email security threats,” security solutions provider Barracuda Networks says.

How to Deploy Microsoft Office 365 Securely

Microsoft Office 365 is frequently targeted by malicious actors & hackers. Here’s how to keep SaaS suite & email service secure from phishing & other campaigns, according to Trustwave.

Top 3 Office 365 Security Concerns: What To Do About Them

Who is responsible for Microsoft Office 365 cloud security? Of course, Microsoft has to keep the SaaS application suite up to date. But you should take steps to secure your Office 365 tenant. EventTracker explains how.