A few weeks ago, we released a public preview for Attack Simulator for Office 365 Threat Intelligence. Today, we’re excited to announce that Attack Simulator is now generally available. Attack Simulator for Office 365 Threat Intelligence is available to all Office 365 E5 or Office 365 Threat Intelligence customers.
With Attack Simulator, customers can launch simulated attacks on their end users, determine how end users behave in the event of an attack, and update policies and ensure that appropriate security tools are in place to protect the organization from threats. The GA of Attack Simulator adds a new HTML editor so realistic looking HTML emails can be sent in simulations of spear-phishing. Also, two spear-phishing templates are available for immediate use in the spear phishing simulation.
Attack Simulator includes the three attack scenarios from our public preview.
This video demonstrates how Attack Simulator can help organizations educate users to become more secure from cyber threats. With Attack Simulator, admins can train all their end users, and especially those who are attacked most often. This proactive training is a powerful way to ensure that your organization can prevent the impact from advanced threats. Over the coming months, more threat simulations will be added to Attack Simulator so organizations can simulate the most prevalent threat types from the modern threat landscape.
Begin Educating your End Users Today
Experience the benefits of Attack Simulator for Office 365 Threat Intelligence by beginning an Office 365 E5 trial or Office 365 Threat Intelligence Trial today. Also, learn more about how Microsoft leverages threat intelligence and the value of threat intelligence. Your feedback is one of the most important drivers of our innovation, so please let us know what you think.
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