A new study analyzing nearly 1.5 billion messages sent to customers that use Microsoft as their email provider found that nearly 1 million malicious emails bypassed Office 365 and well-known SEGs, in just one six-month period.
In this webinar with live Q&A session, Area 1’s Senior Threat Researcher, Juliette Cash, and Director of Sales Engineering, Dom Yip, will share the details behind the new “Phishing with the Cloud: One Million Ways Attackers Breach Office 365 Email” threat report. You’ll gain insights on:
2020’s Office 365 attack trends, including a steady increase in targeted Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks
Why spoofed senders and newly registered domains (NRDs) accounted for 71.7 percent of the missed O365 email threats — even with email authentication in place
Specific examples of missed BEC, credential harvesters, spoofed emails and other phishing attacks
How you should respond to attackers’ growing exploitation of cloud collaboration tools, remote workforce transitions and news cycles in 2021 and beyond
Juliette Cash is a passionate information security professional with 15 years experience in technical consulting, computer network operations, and cyber threat analysis and research. She has dedicated her career to tracking and defending against highly sophisticated threats to protect both the public and private sectors, including the United States Intelligence Community and the world’s top Fortune 500 companies. As Area 1’s Senior Threat Researcher, Juliette leads the charge in advanced hunting, collection operations support, technical analysis of intrusion activity, and the development of innovative detection techniques that defend against complex and evolving security threats.
Area 1 Security’s Dominic Yip brings over 15 years of networking and security systems engineering expertise, including key engineering roles for Cisco and IronPort. At Area 1, he ensures that some of the world’s most sophisticated organizations — including Fortune 500 banks, insurance companies, airlines and healthcare providers — are protected from targeted phishing attacks.