"Microsoft" Posts

Ukraine Cyberattack Timeline: Microsoft, CISA, White House and Kyiv Statements

Cyberattacks vs. the Ukraine continue amid concerns that Russia may invade the country. Microsoft describes malware attacks vs. Ukraine.

MSSP ITC Secure Partners with Microsoft Identity Solutions Provider Condatis

British MSSP ITC Secure partners with Microsoft external identity solutions provider Condatis & plans to deliver new IAM & managed security services.

XM Cyber Delivers Open-Source Pentesting Tool for Microsoft Azure

XM Cyber’s XMGoat, an open-source penetration testing tool for Microsoft Azure, may assist MSSPs with cloud security posture management (CSPM).

Microsoft Disrupts Alleged China-Based Hacking Group Called Nickel

Nickel group hacked unpatched Microsoft Exchange & SharePoint servers, and targeted organizations across 29 countries, Microsoft alleged.

Microsoft MISA Further Expands; MSSPs Gain Security Integrations

Access orchestration provider Pathlock is latest company to join Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) ecosystem of MSSPs & ISVs.

Privacy Management for Microsoft 365: Here’s What MSSPs Need to Know

Microsoft releases Privacy Management for Microsoft 365 service to help end-users safeguard their personal data & protect against privacy risks.

Iranian Hackers Target Defense Technology Companies, Microsoft Alleges

Password spraying campaigns target Microsoft Office 365 tenants then compromise U.S., European Union & Israeli defense companies, Microsoft reports.

IT Service Provider Cyberattacks Represent Revolutionary Change, Microsoft Says

China, Iran, North Korea & Russia-led cyberattacks vs IT service providers to exploit victims downstream represents a “revolutionary change” in tactics, Microsoft asserts.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 30 September 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Airgap, At-Bay, Beyond Identity, Cowbell Cyber, Deepwatch, Exabeam, High Wire Networks, Microsoft, Netscout, Open Raven, Overwatch Managed Security, Palo Alto Networks, Rockset, Secureworks, WatchGuard & more.

Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover Flaw: How Hackers Can Exploit It

A Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover design flaw can “leak” web requests outside of a user’s domains, Guardicore reports. Here’s the fix.