This week we shared an update on recent enhancements to Office 365 threat protection services and enhancements to the end user experience with Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP). We conclude our week at InfoSec Europe with an update on the Office 365 admin experience.
Empowering Admins with Insights
The Office 365 Security and Compliance Center already provides access to malware trends, real-time reports, and granular threat details. We are now adding organizational insights such as anomalous behavior or repeat policy offenders. These insights are presented both in the reports and in the threat dashboard, correlating signals from a broad range of data to help identify, prioritize, and provide recommendations on how to address potential problems. The recommendations are generally remediation actions empowering admins to proactively secure their organization. The insights are holistic and cover both information and threat protection.
Threat Protection Insights include:
Soon we will release an enhanced Threat Protection status trending report, offering a single view with drill downs into malicious emails identified within the organization, including detection details for malware and phish.
Information Protection Insights include:
We are also introducing a new report of DLP policy matches on a per item level enabling easier identification of documents or emails which violate policies.
Enhanced Admin Quarantine
Admins can now view, release, delete, and report false positive quarantined messages in Office 365. Quarantine for the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center (SCC) is enriched with a more in-depth investigation and analysis experience including:
We recently announced the extension of Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to protect files in SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Busi... and we’re excited to now extend quarantine capabilities to files stored in these applications. This includes download, release, report and delete features in quarantine.
Now admins can create policies to send filtered messages to quarantine when they were identified as spam, bulk, phish, or when they match a mail flow rule. By default, Office 365 sends phishing messages and messages containing malware directly to quarantine. Other filtered messages are sent to users' Junk Email folder unless the policy specifies sending them to quarantine.
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Your valuable feedback enables us to continue improving and adding features that support the goal of making Office 365 more secure. We encourage you to begin a free Office 365 E5 trial today and begin further enhancing your security for Office 365 today.
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