Phishing is an online scam in which hackers attempt to steal people's personal information by sending them fraudulent emails or messages. These emails often appear to be from legitimate companies, such as banks or credit card companies. Microsoft 365 Defender can help protect users from phishing scams, and here’s how.
Phishing remains one of the top cyberthreats to businesses today. To combat such attacks, Microsoft has armed Microsoft 365 Defender with powerful cybersecurity features. Let’s take a look at some of them.
The most dangerous types of phishing scams involve emails that are disguised to appear like it's from an entity.
Over the years, Microsoft has built a reputation as a provider of powerful and intuitive tools that enhance efficiency and productivity. The company is also continuously taking steps to protect their users from today’s top cyberthreats. A great example of this is Microsoft 365, which is well equipped to combat phishing scams.
Sending phishing emails is the most common method hackers use to distribute malware and steal information. In fact, there are billions of phishing emails sent every year, and millions of people keep falling for them. However, if you’re subscribed to Office 365 there’s a good chance that you won’t see harmful messages in your inbox, and here’s why.