Exchange Online Warning On Receipt Of New Email Sender

First Contact Safety Tip

Released recently to no fanfare at all, Microsoft now has a SafetyTip that appears if you receive email from a first time recipient. Most often phish emails will come from an address you have never received email from before, and sometimes this email will try to impersonate people you communicate with or are internal to… Continue reading Exchange Online Warning On Receipt Of New Email Sender

Office ATP Safe Documents

This is a new feature in Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection Plan 2 in addition to Safe Attachments. Safe Documents at the time of writing is only available in US based Office 365 tenants and only used by Office 365 ProPlus 2002 Monthly Channel (Targeted) builds (build 12527.20092) and later. When a user receives an… Continue reading Office ATP Safe Documents

MFA and End User Impacts

This article will look at the various different MFA settings found in Azure AD (which controls MFA for Office 365 and other SaaS services) and how those decisions impact users. There is lots on the internet on enabling MFA, and lots on what that looks like for the user – but nothing I could see… Continue reading MFA and End User Impacts

Office 365 Advance Threat Protection Attachment Preview

It is now possible to preview attachments that Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is currently in the process of checking. This was enabled on my tenant recently and so will come to all tenants soon. It was mentioned at Microsoft Ignite 2017. It looks like this. You get the email with the standard ATP attachment saying… Continue reading Office 365 Advance Threat Protection Attachment Preview

Unexpected Security and Compliance Center Changes

In the last few days the layout of the Security and Compliance Center with regard to the Threat Management section appears to have changed. In the middle of the week just gone, and for a long while previously, you could access Mail Filtering, Anti-malware, and DKIM from Security and Compliance > Threat Management and see… Continue reading Unexpected Security and Compliance Center Changes

How To Run an Advanced Threat Protection Proof of Concept

I put the following post together as I was asked this question from Microsoft themselves! This post covers what you need to put in place, and how you can test some of it (as testing the blocking of malware involves sending malware first!) First, lets take a look at the Advanced Threat Protection steps for… Continue reading How To Run an Advanced Threat Protection Proof of Concept

Advanced Threat Protection via PowerShell

I discussed the newly released Advanced Threat Protection product in Office 365 on my blog, and in this article I want to outline the cmdlets that can be used to set this product up from Remote PowerShell to Office 365. To connect to Office 365 via PowerShell take a search on your favourite search engine… Continue reading Advanced Threat Protection via PowerShell

Getting Started with Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection

Announced a few months ago, Advanced Threat Protection became generally available on 1st June. I have been involved with trialling this product during the beta and so I thought I would note down a few thoughts on setting this up and what to expect now that it is publicly available. Advanced Threat Protection is an… Continue reading Getting Started with Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection