Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Now Allows Reporting Phishing Messages

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Microsoft plans to bring a new option to report spammy and phishing messages on Microsoft Defender for Office 365. Microsoft Teams users can now alert their security team when they see any suspected phishing messages.

Microsoft’s security tool for Office 365 safeguards organizations against malicious threats from emails, messages, links, and collaboration tools.

Microsoft’s in-development anti-phishing feature will allow admins to filter out suspicious messages that may likely be malicious.

Meanwhile, Microsoft on its 365 roadmap explains, “End users will be able to report suspicious Microsoft Teams messages as a security threat just like they do for emails – to help the organization to protect itself from attacks via Microsoft Teams.”

Besides this, Microsoft is also working on categorizing the users’ reported messages through the Defender for Office 365. The message will be categorized into separate tabs eg: Phish, Spam, etc.

Reportedly, Microsoft’s new feature will arrive to most users by the end of January 2023.

Microsoft explained that the “Safe Links in Defender for Office 365 scans URLs at the time of click to ensure that users are protected with the latest intelligence from Microsoft Defender.”

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