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Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection
Exchange online plans 1 & 2 both come with a fairly sound spam and malware filter that can be modified by the user where required. But with the increasing number of hackers and their increasing knowledge of IT Infrastructure, some users require more advanced protection. With this in mind, Microsoft have released Advanced Threat Protection. This will be available on the August price list so can be bought through Open from August 1st! Customers buying direct from Microsoft can buy now through their existing portal!
What does it do?
Prevent malicious attacks hidden in attachments from impacting your business, even if the origin and DNA of the attack is not known. This is done by using real-time behavioral malware analysis that uses machine learning techniques to evaluate the content for suspicious activity. 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.
ATP Reporting Tool
Who can use ATP?
Advanced Threat Protection will also be built into the New Enterprise E3 plan when it is released later this year!
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