Office 365 – Security (Part 1)

Have you setup MS Office 365? Did you start with security in mind?

Have you reviewed your Security and privacy settings? Nothing is configured out of the box. When implementing o365, start treating the platform as if you were securing your On-Prem infrastructure.

Start with the basics:

  • Password Policies
  • Privacy Statements

Can you add additional security to users?

Have you enabled and enrolled users to use MFA? Is it Enfored MFA?

Has access been restricted?

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/control-access-based-on-network-location

Mobile Device Management, are you applying any controls to apps accessing OneDrive?

Has logging been enabled for the Office 365 Security and Compliance reports and stats

Phishing TEXT Scam

Phishing TEXT Scams

Watch out for the latest Phishing TEXT Scams. This week they are getting a bit lazy and less convincing. This #Fake #Halifax text has just been received. SUSPICIOUS activity!! On an account I don’t have with Halifax, or in this case an account with “hlxdata.online”

> Sent from “+44 7597009141” #Dangerous Rating #O2

> Either not even masking the number or its masked with this bogus number

> HLXdata.online a very catchy web address

+ Check numbers out for SCAM details, start with for the number on Google +Don’t visit sites marked “HLXdata.online” for you large corporate bank +Don’t phone the number on the message. Call the number on the back of your bank card

+ Question everything.

#CyberSecurity #raisingawareness #phishingattack #phishingtext #phishing #Scam #txt #text #Alert

Phishing Email – TV Licensing – Don’t be a victim

Watch out for the latest Phishing Email Scams. They are getting ever more convincing. This TV Licensing email just came through.

Sent from “Trusted Sender”

No spelling or grammar issues

Always, catching your eye.

EEEeee I’ve not paid a bill.

Sign up now.

ALWAYS ALWAYS hover over the links to view the correct URL address.

Nobody takes payments via clear txt “HTTP”

TV license dont use “soul-rebel.de” A german .de site collecting my TV license these days. Oh reall

DON’T user phone numbers in Phishing emails for verification of a legit email.

Question everything.

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