Alerting on OneDrive Deleted Item Activity
Configuration

Alerting on OneDrive Deleted Item Activity

I had a customer recently raise some questions about how to provide further enhancements and protections around their OneDrive for Business deployments.  Suppose this scenario exists:

  • Users are site collection administrators over their OneDrive for Business sites (default configuration)
  • Retention policies are configured, but may only be configured to provide a very minimal amount of data protection (such as 90 days from creation or last modification of data) due to organizational legal compliance
  • No retention policies are in effect for the target data (as all the data we’re concerned with is technically older than 90 day creation or last modified date)
  • Malicious or disgruntled user deletes OneDrive data
    • Deletes data in OneDrive
    • Empties recycle bin
    • Empties second stage recycle bin

At this point, for any data older than 90 days, it is lost.… [ Continue reading ]

Sensitive Information Types--now with more sensitivity!
Configuration

Sensitive Information Types–now with more sensitivity!

UPDATE: The TechNet Gallery link for this post has been updated.

So, this is an entry that has been long in the making.  I have had several customers over the last few years give feedback about our Data Loss Prevention’s (DLP) matching requirements, mostly around how they require too much corroborating evidence (in the form of patterns or keywords) to meet their organization’s very restrictive policies.… [ Continue reading ]

Let's Go Phishing - Spear Phishing, That Is
Identity

Let’s Go Phishing – Spear Phishing, That Is

Over the last few weeks, we’ve released some great new features for Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection users.  The Attack Simulator has three core components, each of which I’ll cover in a series:

  • Spear Phishing (Credential Harvest)
  • Brute Force Password (Dictionary Attack)
  • Password Spray Attack

For this post, I want to focus on the Spear Phishing campaign.… [ Continue reading ]