Microsoft 365


Stories from the SOC - Office 365 account compromise and credential abuse

Credential abuse and compromised user accounts are serious concerns for any organization. Credential abuse is often used to access other critical assets within an organization, subsidiaries, or another partner corporation. Once an account is compromised, it can be used for data exfiltration, or to further promote the agenda of a threat actor.


Security Trends for Managed IT Service Providers

The global managed security services market was valued at $19.4 billion in 2017 and is forecast to reach $46.1 billion by 2023 at a CAGR of 14.9%. There has been an upward trend seen in the need for threat-intelligence by several sectors today. Due to an increased requirement to fight against the advanced threat landscape, customers today expect managed IT service providers and MSPs to adopt advanced security technologies to detect better and anticipate potential threats well in time.


Top 4 Security Pain Points in Office 365 and their Solutions

According to research by Spanning Cloud, a lack of expertise is one of the most significant issues with the company's Office 365 security and compliance strategy. When referring to Microsoft Office 365 security pain points, it is necessary to understand that the lack of security features in Office 365 is not the issue. The learning curve that follows with these features, is.