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Office 365 Security Risks: The Spy Who Hacked Me

18 Oct 2018 by Chris Cahill

The opening title shot of 'The Spy Who Hacked Me' - our short film highlighting Office 365 security risks.

Office 365 security risks are very real; from malicious attempts to access mailboxes, to potential theft and loss of devices, sensitive data can be compromised without adequate protection.

Our advanced Office 365 Security & Compliance Tool empowers IT departments with the means to prevent attack, issuing automated alerts upon the detection of suspicious behavior. This ensures immediate action can be taken, such as investigating user activity and blocking access.

Additionally, our dynamic Office 365 Administration Tool, Autopilot, enables Global Administrators to instantly wipe devices reported as lost or stolen, boosting security even further.

To demonstrate these market-leading features, a few members of our team embarked on a one-day video shoot to produce a lighthearted film. Grab your popcorn, dim the lights, sit back and enjoy the B2B blockbuster nobody’s talking about – The Spy Who Hacked Me.

Mitigating Office 365 Security Risks

We’re not going to win any prizes for acting, but our innovative Office 365 tools truly are best-in-class.

As Rob, our Director of Training, suggests at the end of the film (if we can call it a film), a dodgy spy running around in various guises, trying to steal customer data, is a somewhat elaborate scenario, but the point remains that our powerful solutions are designed to mitigate Office 365 security risks.

If you’re keen to learn more, we have a free webinar detailing real-world examples of Office 365 data breaches, and how you can investigate them using both Microsoft’s built-in tools as well as our advanced solutions. View the recording by clicking the link below:

If you have Global Administrator rights for your Office 365 tenant, you can sign up for our 14-day free trial of Radar Reporting here. Once you have access, you can generate over 100 automated reports to monitor user activity and achieve licence optimization, as well as safeguard against attack.

If you have further questions, feel free to contact us today.

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