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WannaCry Attack- Why Auditing Your Office 365 Security Should Take Priority

Posted by Juliette Ollagnier on Tue, May 16, 2017

Since Friday, there has been a brand new ransomware threat spreading very rapidly. It is called WannaCry (aka WCry, WannaCry, WanaCrypt0r, WannaCrypt, or Wana Decrypt0r). The attack does not directly affect the Office 365 service; however it proves that large companies are not safe when it comes to coordinated cyber attacks that target their data security.

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Tags: Office 365, office 365 admin center, Office 365 management, office 365 audit, office 365 security, SysAdmin Top Issues, manage Office 365, wannacry, cyberattack

Preventing “Rogue” attacks with Office 365 Security Auditing

Posted by Jean-Francois Piot on Thu, Feb 23, 2017


When an unauthorized person hacks into a system by attempting several password combinations until one works, it’s called a brute force attack. These attacks threaten the security of an organization’s highly sensitive data, and require the careful attention of IT administrators to prevent from happening.

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Tags: office 365 audit, office 365 security, office 365 auditing, SysAdmin Top Issues, star wars

Office 365 Security Use Case: Brute Force Attacks & Data Leaks

Posted by Juliette Ollagnier on Thu, Jan 26, 2017

A brute force attack is when an unauthorized person hacks into a system by attempting several password combinations until they’re able to gain access. For any company whose employees use passwords to access important documents, brute-force attacks are a threat to the security of your organization’s data.

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Tags: Office 365, office 365 audit, office 365 security, office 365 auditing

The new GSX 365 Security Audit helps administrators secure their cloud environments

Posted by Juliette Ollagnier on Tue, Jan 17, 2017

An organization’s employees perform millions of actions on Office 365 each day, so it’s important for administrators to have tools to investigate incidents that occur which could threaten the security of the network. Administrators need to be able to find out who is responsible for each incident, and what actions need to be taken to resolve vulnerabilities in your Office 365 environment.

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Tags: Cloud, Office365, Audit, Security, office 365 audit, office 365 security, office 365 auditing