Email remains one of the most targeted methods of distributing malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks. Fortunately, Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) provides a number of services that will help protect your users and organisation from threats.
In this document we will look at how to enable
- ATP Safe Attachments
- ATP Safe Links
- Advanced Phishing Message Detection
Assign License to users
Log into your Office 365 administration account and enable licences
Go to https://protectin.office.com and login as your Office 365 administrator, then navigate to “Threat Management”.
The ATP Safe Attachment feature allows you to check attachments on Email, SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams for malicious content and then allow you to take action.
1. Turn On ATP for SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams
2. Create a policy for safe attachments
Choose what action you would like to take for attachments, in this example we opt to receive the email with a placeholder whilst the attachment is scanned and validated.