We are currently working on automatically removing hidden/disabled users from the org chart.
561 votes26 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Spam & Phishing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
ATP does not consider mails from other Office 365 tenants, or even mailboxes inside of your tenant, as safe. The best way to put a stop to this is to follow the recommendations in SecureScore for your tenant; and report phishing mails to us promptly. Also, make sure that the sender is not allowed either by the tenant configuration or the user safelist.Austin Janey commented
As an office 365 admin for multiple organizations, I would implore Microsoft to rethink how they offer protection for Office 365 tenants as a whole.
At no point should customers be asked to pay for higher levels of security, by making customers pay for advanced threat protection you are telling attackers that not all customers are equal and some are much easier targets than others.
This is a core problem with the security of the Microsoft cloud and if left unaddressed will become more problematic in the future especially since its relatively easy to figure out who customers are based on public DNS records and target phishing attacks at them.
ATP as a product offering should be applied by default to anyone who has Exchange at no extra cost, I recently saw an attack to one of my users where an attacker had used an O365 hosted SharePoint site to upload and share malware, this slipped through ATP on our end. This is getting worse guys.
22 votesAustin Janey commented
Same here, we have a team of people who manage others calendars and this function is pretty important to their workflow.