Safe Links, Microsoft Teams Rooms and Preset Security Policies

Or “How to customize Microsoft 365 Preset Security Policies“! The Preset Security Policies in Microsoft 365 allow you to assign to users, groups or domains the recommend anti-spam, anti-spoofing and anti-malware settings (amongst others). In the Microsoft 365 Security Portal (https://security.microsoft.com) where you set this there appears to be no way to customize these policies… Continue reading Safe Links, Microsoft Teams Rooms and Preset Security Policies

Allowing “Phish” Training Emails in Exchange Online

With the introduction of “Secure by Default” in Exchange Online, where you used to add IPs and other settings such as allow-lists to allow your phish training emails to get through to your users this will no longer work, and shortly it will no longer work to bypass the Exchange Online filters using mail flow… Continue reading Allowing “Phish” Training Emails in Exchange Online

Blocking Apps With a Low Reputation

One of the benefits of Microsoft 365 is the interaction across many products and features to create services that otherwise you might not have available to you or need to implement unrelated and unconnected additional software and maybe client agents as well. Recently announced is an interaction between Windows Defender (client AV and other security… Continue reading Blocking Apps With a Low Reputation