Microsoft Office 365 is the top choice for large organizations’ cloud-based email needs. While Office 365 reduces overhead and provides a compelling user experience, it comes with some serious security challenges, especially in the area of Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. How can you ensure email security for Office 365 without paying for redundant security measures?

Join Michael Osterman, president of Osterman Research, and John Wilson, Field CTO at Agari, for insights on:

  • Security costs and benefits of Office 365;
  • Benefits of a third-party security solution within Office 365;
  • Optimization of email security against new attack vectors; and
  • Recommended technologies and procedures to enhance Office 365’s native security features

 

Microsoft Office 365 is the top choice for large organizations’ cloud-based email needs. While Office 365 reduces overhead and provides a compelling user experience, it comes with some serious security challenges, especially in the area of Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. How can you ensure email security for Office 365 without paying for redundant security measures?

Join Michael Osterman, president of Osterman Research, and John Wilson, Field CTO at Agari, for insights on:

  • Security costs and benefits of Office 365;
  • Benefits of a third-party security solution within Office 365;
  • Optimization of email security against new attack vectors; and
  • Recommended technologies and procedures to enhance Office 365’s native security features

 

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