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Protect your Microsoft digital house with Zero Trust Access

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One of your engineers just got phished.

An email impersonating Microsoft landed in their inbox. No payload — it’s a standard “password reset” prompt.

The engineer followed through and reset their password. Using Microsoft Authenticator, they authenticated themselves with a time-based one-time password (TOTP).

All of this takes place on a phishing site that visually mimics each step of the process.

Neither you nor the engineer will know for days — if not weeks or months.

In the meantime, some malicious actor has breached not only the engineer’s email but also every other Microsoft 365 app that they have access to.

Your Microsoft 365 digital house: Sharepoint, OneDrive, Teams, and more.

What do you do?


This scenario happens all the time.

Credential theft happens all the time.

And instead of scrambling after the breach is discovered – combing through log files, spending days on forensics and incident response – you can contain the breach from the start and limit the malicious actor’s lateral movement.

You can take the impact out of credential theft.

How?

With Zero Trust Access.

With continuous verification of user and device identity and trust, stolen credentials aren’t enough to compromise your business systems.

If access isn’t happening from the right device, from the right users, from the right geographies, access is blocked on the application level.

You have granular control over which apps can be accessed by which users – employees, third parties, contractors, partners – and under what conditions.

And starting today, you can officially get Zero Trust Access for Microsoft 365 as part of Barracuda Email Protection.

Check out the press release and the Q&A with Sinan Eren, Barracuda’s VP of Zero Trust, to learn more about this technology and our approach.

Learn more about Zero Trust with our five-part series on its origins and principles.

Protect your digital house.

Ask us about Zero Trust Access for Microsoft 365.

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