Tag Archives: O365

Think Like a Hacker

I was with a bunch of CFOs this week talking about cybersecurity and I told them how easy it is for hackers these days. They can infiltrate a company’s system by compromising an O365 account that doesn’t have multi-factor authentication, and according to a Ponemon study, are in the company’s system for over 200 days. … Continue Reading

Office 365 Migration

Many companies are migrating their email systems to Microsoft Office 365 (O365). The majority of security incidents in which we have been engaged in over the past six months involve a hacker successfully phishing an employee of the company (most of the time someone who is an executive in the company) and then spoofing the … Continue Reading

Privacy Tip #144 – Give your CISO Some Love

I hang out with Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and Chief Information Officers (CIOs). I support them because they have thankless jobs and have a mountain of responsibilities to protect an organization, most of the time without complete support from the organization. I try to help CISOs and CIOs get the budgeting they need to … Continue Reading
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