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Microsoft 365 Security

Recent events like Sunburst (or Solarigate) have shown us that the importance of Microsoft 365 security and compliance cannot be understated.

Is your environment vulnerable?

Ensure your MS 365 Domains are always compliant and secure.

First we inspect your Domains to make sure you have a Secure Baseline (defined by 42 CIS+ Benchmarks and Best Practices).

Then we stay vigilant. We continuously inspect your configuration and alert you if we see changes.

Coupled with our Command SOC Service and Endpoint Security, you can feel confident in your compliance, threat detection, and incident response across your entire environment. 

A lack of visibility into whether best practices are being implemented can be a challenge for security and IT teams. Having an easy way to monitor and receive alerts when configurations are modified and conflict with established Microsoft 365 security best practices is key.

Microsoft 365 Security Benefits

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Infocyte™
Microsoft Secure Score
Qualys & Tenable
Kaseya/MSSP Add Ons
Support for MS 365 Business Basic and Above
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Continuous and Automated Comprehensive Security Benchmark Inspection and Policy Enforcement
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Limited Controls (On-demand Only)
Simple & Fast: No Appliance, No Download, No Powershell Required
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Virtual appliance
Guided Expert Remediation Assistance
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MDR: 24X7 SOC Monitoring & IR Support
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Unified Endpoint & MS 365 Analytics, Alerting, Detection and Response (Q2: custom rules)
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E5/ATP Only
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Extension Enable Advanced Open Source Hunting Capabilities (ex: CISA, FireEye, MS …)
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Our platform takes just minutes to set up. Try it out for yourself (for free).

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