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You’re likely to follow the path of least resistance, attacking wherever you have the biggest chance of success on the most widely used programs.
You will put out Phishing emails, Malware attacks, simple extortion mailers and Business Email compromise (BEC) attacks to gain entry to the target system.
Many enterprise organisations’ SaaS technology of choice is Microsoft Office 365 due to its mobility, ease of use and opportunities for collaboration. Office 365 provides the latest versions of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook, as well as cloud-based collaboration and productivity platforms OneDrive, Exchange Online, Yammer and SharePoint Online.
Many have come to see Microsoft Office as the gold standard for enterprise businesses. However, being a major player in the market also makes you a major target.
In this comprehensive guide, EveryCloud covers the 10 steps you can take to ensuring improving your office 365 security posture.