No matter how effective cybersecurity systems get at keeping data safe, users themselves will always be a weak link in the chain, and new features in the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph help enterprises to see just how weak those links are. The new tracking tool, which was announced ahead of the industry-leading RSA conference, lets organizations simulate a large-scale phishing attack on their employees, giving them data on how staffs respond to these increasingly common crimes.
White hat phishing simulations aren't new, but they typically come at a price that makes them unrealistic for small and medium-sized businesses. The new phishing test under the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph will be easy for any IT team to use, and it should be affordable enough to make it a practical analysis tool for businesses.
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