Responding to security alerts notifications is time critical. Subscribing to Notifications in MS Graph helps teams take actions the instant an alert fires
We’ve written many blogs about how to analyze suspicious emails, attachments, urls, even email headers. However there is a consistent question prospects ask about analyzing emails – how does Tines automate the analysis of .eml files?
TinesBot is an automation story built within the Tines automation platform which shares threat intelligence generated by the infosec community.
In Part 1 and Part 2 of our Chatbots for Security and IT Teams blog series we examined how to build Chatbots for Microsoft Teams. While Microsoft Teams has now overtaken Slack in terms of popularity, Slack retains the hearts and minds of many
In this post, we explore how to enable Tines for Microsoft Graph security automation. So that you can use information such as Outlook emails, organisational structure, advanced threat analytics and more in your security automation program