TeamLogic IT Safeguards Brand with Huntress MDR for Microsoft 365

TeamLogic IT Safeguards Brand with Huntress MDR for Microsoft 365

By Greg Tavarez

Business email compromise, or BEC, scams are a growing concern for businesses of all sizes (and all sectors). Attackers impersonate legitimate companies (or individuals within an organization) to trick employees into transferring funds or revealing sensitive information. And Microsoft 365, a widely used suite of cloud-based productivity tools, often becomes a target due to its integration with email and document sharing.

Huntress, a cybersecurity platform for SMBs, offers Huntress MDR for Microsoft 365. Huntress MDR detects and investigates unusual logins, such as attempts from unrecognized locations or devices.

The solution monitors for red flags like email forwarding rule changes, attempts to move emails to hidden folders or communications containing suspicious language. Huntress MDR also identifies attempts to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or functionalities within Microsoft 365. 

Huntress’ fully managed security platform combines endpoint detection and response, Microsoft 365 identity protection, and science-based security awareness training combined with Huntress’ 24/7 human-led threat ops team, providing MSPs with a solution for no-noise, nearly-zero false positives and no false alarms.

This is an ideal solution for businesses looking to safeguard themselves from threats like BEC. That's why TeamLogic IT, a provider of managed IT services, recently chose Huntress MDR for M365 to do just that: help SMBs protect their brands.

“Collaborations like this are powerful as we complement each other’s strengths,” said Jordan Redd, Vice President, Channel and Customer Account Management, Huntress. “Together, we can ensure SMBs and their technology stack are protected from threat actors and their devastating attacks.”

Huntress MDR for Microsoft 365 complements TeamLogic’s existing security measures by providing an additional layer of protection specifically focused on the Microsoft 365 platform. The solution’s “people-powered” approach ensures that human expertise is always available to analyze potential threats and take swift action when necessary.

"The visibility and monitoring of emerging and nuanced threats we receive with Huntress MDR for Microsoft 365 and their 24/7 human-led Security Operations team provides us with a strong security posture against account takeover attacks that result in devastating business email compromise,” said Mike Rogan, Vice President, Managed Services and Technology of TeamLogic. “The fact that our team and cloud infrastructure is under constant watch by the dedicated security professionals at Huntress underscores our commitment to securing our business and protecting our brand.”




Edited by Alex Passett
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