Email Phishing Protection Guide – Part 20: Recommended Security and Anti-Phishing Training from Microsoft Ignite 2018


The Email Phishing Protection Guide is a multi-part blog series written to walk you through the setup of many security focused features you may already own in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 365, and Microsoft Azure. By implementing some or all of these items, an organization will increase their security posture against phishing email attacks designed to steal user identities. This guide is written for system administrators with skills ranging from beginner to expert.

Introduction: Email Phishing Protection Guide - Enhancing Your Organization's Security Posture

Part 1: Customize the Office 365 Logon Portal

Part 2: Training Users with the Office 365 Attack Simulator

Part 3: Deploy Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)

Part 4: Deploy Windows Hello

Part 5: Define Country and Region Logon Restrictions for Office 365 and Azure Services

Part 6: Deploy Outlook Plug-in to Report Suspicious Emails

Part 7: Deploy ATP Anti-Phishing Policies

Part 8: Deploy ATP Safe Link Policies

Part 9: Deploy ATP Safe Attachment Policies

Part 10: Deploy and Enforce Smart Screen for Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chrome

Part 11: Monitor Phishing and SPAM Attacks in Office 365

Part 12: Discover Who is Attacking Your Office 365 User Identities

Part 13: Update Your User Identity Password Strategy

Part 14: Prevent Brute Force and Spray Attacks in Office 365

Part 15: Implement the Microsoft Azure AD Password Protection Service (for On-Premises too!)

Part 16: Disable Office 365 Legacy Email Authentication Protocols

Part 17: Control Application Consent Registrations in Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Azure

Part 18: Increase Security with Microsoft Secure Score

Part 19: Email Phishing Protection Security Checklist

Part 20: Recommended Security and Anti-Phishing Training from Microsoft Ignite 2018

Part 20: Recommended Security and Anti-Phishing Training at Microsoft Ignite 2018

While I have written many blogs in this Email Phishing Protection Guide about topics to help secure your environment, you may want to learn more. I encourage anyone looking for more information to search documentation available on https://docs.microsoft.com AND to watch recorded conference sessions on just about any topic or product from Microsoft.

I find that information presented at the many conferences Microsoft hosts or attends is some of the best information available. Instead of just learning about product features and implementation steps in the documentation, there is often a large amount of valuable information also presented at these conferences. I reviewed the catalog of more than 1200 sessions presented at Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, FL with a focus to learn more about the latest anti-phishing and security products and recommendations Microsoft offers. Below is that list, separated into two sections - Phishing Protection and Security.

I have listed the session code, title, link to the session in the Microsoft Ignite website, and finally the link to watch the session directly on YouTube. Yes, I have watched each one and highly recommend them. These are only the sessions I found in my review but remember that there are over 1200 sessions available to watch. All the Microsoft Ignite sessions are in this YouTube channel.

Microsoft Ignite 2018 Sessions:

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