Agree that training may be the first choice of matter when it comes to phishing or spear phishing. But what would happen to organizations with multiple lower level of employee/workers or around 60% of them who receives multiple invoices (Account Payable team) for clearance of invoices and members of purchase team who browse through many country websites – sometimes 3rd world countries based on the need of search or delivery of services – educating these staff sometimes becomes a piece of mockery. We hold F-secure (Proof point engine) and with a front interface of Ironport. When we increase the security settings to high level, then most of the wanted mails are blocked in Office 365, but if reduce the security to medium level, then many spams with normal keywords do drop into many mail boxes. Even though sandboxing of the URL is done, not many spamming websites are blacklisted yet. Unless it is in their DB, none of them stop such mails. Do anyone have a solution? I am not sure MS ATP would solve such issues?
Hi regarding cloud storage security, it was nice to get information on the SOC 2 TYPE II report. I tried downloading the report for Microsoft Office 365, but the page had been loading for past 15 minutes where I have a bandwidth of around 100 Mbps. 🙂 Do anyone have a copy of this report?
Hi even I too agree that creating of more and more agencies within the same cult – would it really help? But in any case, I was unaware of this act and now it is nice to come across this information. Unless this behaves like a protocol to follow by all countries at least at the minimal level, it would not be effective of an enforcement like GDPR. GDPR helped us to safeguard lot more information, which were exposed in our mobile branch offices. At least now many layman started talking about safeguarding their PII.
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