How to Stop OneDrive for Business Accounts from Being Compromised

OneDrive for Business is a cloud storage service for Microsoft customers. Users can store their files in OneDrive and share them with other users. Sometimes OneDrive user accounts are compromised, which leads to undesirable effects on the user, user data, and the entire organization. Hackers can use sophisticated techniques and malware to steal user accounts. A stolen account is also called a compromised account. But how to stop OneDrive accounts from being compromised? And if they do get compromised, how to recover compromised accounts? This blog post explains how you can protect OneDrive for Business accounts and how to recover compromised accounts.

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