Office 365 users are now being targeted in a pretty convincing looking phishing attack.
Phishing attacks, a common tactic used by cyber criminals to try to trick you into giving them your information, are nothing new. In fact, it's likely if your company has already been targeted by phishing (and if you haven't been, it's a matter of when - not if) and it's getting harder and harder to spot the malicious emails.
The email appears to be an automated alert email from Microsoft saying the user's Office 365 account has been suspended and asks them to sign in to reactivate your account. While the email does look realistic, there are some major red flags. Let's take a look: