Microsoft 365 Security EMS Training 2018

It's time to update your EMS Microsoft Office 365 security training. A lot has changed in the last six months. Both the videos below can be watched in full screen mode.

In this comprehensive overview of the Microsoft 365 Security offering, Brad Anderson (CVP, Enterprise Mobility) shares how he talks to customers about the unique and powerful M365 Security story. Brad offers an in-depth look at identity-driven security, information protection, threat protection, and security management. Brad also speaks at length about how he describes M365, use cases, and he shows over two dozen demos in great detail. These demos include scenarios for Azure AD Identity Protection, Azure Active Directory MFA, Windows Hello, Intune enrollment, accessing/labeling/classifying/tracking sensitive content, Conditional Access, Cloud App Security, Azure ATP, threat remediation/mitigation with Office 365, and Windows Defender – just to name a few.

Below find another similar video from 2017.

Videos for Getting Started with Protecting your Exchange Online Email

The following three videos are about tailoring your anti-spam settings to fit the needs of your organization. For inbound mail traveling through the service to your organization, this includes creating safe sender and blocked sender lists based on IP addresses, and configuring content filter settings. There’s also a video showing how admins can find and release content-filtered spam messages or messages that matched a transport rule that were sent to the quarantine, and also how to report spam messages to help us improve the service. Click to view.

 

Video: First Look at Advanced Threat Protection in Office 365 to Stop Unknown Malware and Phishing Attacks

If you’re not satisfied with your current spam filtering and looking to harden your email environment, we show you what you can do with the latest in Advanced Threat Protection. We take a look at new capabilities in Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange Online to consistently protect you against phishing attacks with new features such as Safe Attachments, Safe Link, and more to safeguard against malware and bulk spamming.

Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection against unknown malware and viruses—Today EOP employs a robust and layered anti-virus protection powered with three different engines against known malware and viruses. ATP extends this protection through a feature called Safe Attachments, which protects against unknown malware and viruses, and provides better zero-day protection to safeguard your messaging system. All messages and attachments that don’t have a known virus/malware signature are routed to a special hypervisor environment, where a behavior analysis is performed using a variety of machine learning and analysis techniques to detect malicious intent. If no suspicious activity is detected, the message is released for delivery to the mailbox.

Video: Protecting Your Organization with Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP)

In this video, we show how Exchange Online Protection (EOP) can be used to protect against spam, malware, viruses, etc. Discover the new features of EOP and how they can be used by your organization. Learn how to get started with Exchange Online Protection to protect against malicious attacks. We start from scratch and deploy EOP to prepare against such attacks. Also learn some of the best practices for deploying and using EOP from the people who handle it every day.