This year: Microsoft deprecation of Basic Authentication in Exchange Online

Microsoft has long announced that it is going to block legacy authentication, due to corona and other reasons, this announcement has been delayed. But now there is no escaping anymore and Microsoft will effectively begin on October 1, 2022 to turn off basic authentication for exchange online in all Microsoft 365 tenants regardless of usage, except for SMTP authentication.

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New phishing vector possible in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft annouced on 26 january that they will enable a new collaboration feature with external customers and partners. This new feature makes it possible to chat with any teams users by entering the full email address or phone number you want to reach and start a 1:1 or group chat with anyone with a Microsoft personal account, no tenant switching required. This also means that external Teams Personal accounts users can start conversation with any teams at work users!

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Why third party application patching is essential

In this blog post, we explain why third party application patching is essential and how we approach this topic at SecWise. Are you looking to implement a similar framework or do you need help with getting started? Do not hesitate to reach out without any obligation.

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Remote working: cyber security risks and best practices

COVID-19 has impacted businesses and employees in various ways. One common fact is that we all tumbled into the sudden need to work remotely. But without the appropriate controls, new risks will unintentionally be introduced into your organization. Work remotely in a secure manner with our top 5 threat checks.

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