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45 days of Office 365 monitoring

We’ll detect suspicious activity in Office 365 and tell you how to fix it.

What you get

  • 24x7 monitoring of your O365 instance for 45 days
  • A retrospective review of your data to detect suspicious login activity
  • Direct access to Expel security analysts and your engagement manager via Slack
  • Access to Expel Workbench – so you can see exactly what our analysts see
Suspicious outlook rule activity

What we do

We’ll monitor your environment 24x7 and detect
when accounts are compromised or user activity doesn’t seem quite right.

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Mailbox permissions
are granted to a user

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Unusual volume of file
sharing or deletion

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Activity from a suspicious
IP or location

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Creation of
odd inbox rules

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Applications requesting
admin privileges

How to get started

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Agree to the online terms at the bottom of the page

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Complete the wizard to connect our app to O365


Turn on audit logging so we can alert on your data

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That’s it! We’ll take over from here and monitor 24x7

Learn about how we’ll keep your data secure and what data we’ll access.

Easy to get started

We made a video to prove it.


(yes, these are the actual prices)

Our pricing is simple. It’s based on how many users you’re trying to protect.

45-day trial Post-trial price
# of users 45-day trial of Expel 24x7 for Office 365 Expel 24x7 for Office 365/mo Expel 24x7 for Cloud apps */mo
1,000 $0 $3,114 $13,417
5,000 $0 $10,454 $22,517
10,000 $0 $15,193 $32,725
20,000 $0 $21,964 $47,308
50,000 $0 $38,214 $82,308
75,000+ $0 contact us contact us

*In addition to O365, we monitor Okta, OneLogin, Google G-suite and more.

Start your 45-day trial

(No call required)

Agree to the terms below to kick off the wizard. It’s that simple.

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