More Security Blogs From Microsoft


Title: Terranova Security Gone Phishing Tournament reveals continued weak
spot in cybersecurity

Overview: See which industries had the highest click rates, as well as results
sorted by organization size, previous training, and more.


Title: Data Connector Health – Push Notification Alerts

Overview: This enhanced solution builds on the existing “Connector Health
Workbook” described in this video. The Logic App leverages underlying KQL queries to
provide you with an option to configure “Push notifications” to e-mail and/or a
Microsoft Teams channel based on user defined anomaly scores as well as time
since the last “Heartbeat” from Virtual Machines connected to the workspace.
Below is a detailed description of how the rule and the logic app are put
together. The solution is available for deployment from the official Azure
Sentinel GitHub repo on this link .


Title: Becoming resilient by understanding cybersecurity risks: Part 2

Overview: Whilst this may be uncomfortable reading, the ability to pre-empt and
respond quickly to these attacks is now an organizational imperative that requires
a level of close collaboration and integration throughout your organization
(which may not have happened to date).


Title: A breakthrough year for passwordless technology

Overview: Learn how Microsoft and its partners are advancing IAM through secure
passwordless access.


Title: A “quick wins” approach to securing Azure Active Directory and
Office 365 and improving your security posture

Overview: This blog post will explain simple Microsoft security defaults and
Secure Score—two features you should take advantage of that are easy to utilize
and can significantly improve security in Azure AD and Office 365


Title: New Advanced Hunting data source assists recent nation-state
attack investigations

Overview: We are happy to announce the availability of a new data source in Microsoft 365 Defender Advanced Hunting.


Title: Announcing new Microsoft Information Protection capabilities to
know and protect your sensitive data

Overview: Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) is a built-in,
intelligent, unified, and extensible solution to protect sensitive data in
documents and emails across your organization. MIP provides a unified set of
capabilities to know and protect your data and prevent data loss across
Microsoft 365 apps (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook), services (e.g.,
Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Exchange, Power BI), on-premises locations (e.g.,
SharePoint Server, on-premises files shares), devices, and third-party apps and
services (e.g., Box and Dropbox).


Title: Collaborative innovation on display in Microsoft’s insider risk
management strategy


Overview: Partnering with organizations like Carnegie Mellon University allows
us to bring their rich research and insights to our products and services, so
customers can fully benefit from our breadth of signals.  


Title: New Threat analytics report shares the latest intelligence on
recent nation-state cyber attacks


Overview: Microsoft security researchers have been investigating and responding
to the recent nation-state cyber-attack involving a supply-chain compromise
followed by cloud assets compromise.