Microsoft 365 Security Compliance from Infocyte
Microsoft 365 is the most popular SaaS productivity and back-office platform in the market today. Microsoft 365 is leveraged by small to enterprise-sized businesses and the challenges these companies face managing the security of Microsoft 365 are similar in nature regardless of their size.
Challenges include security configuration issues and lack of visibility into whether best practices are or are not being met. Having an easy way to monitor and alert when configurations from an established baseline are modified and conflict with established Microsoft 365 security best practices.
Infocyte's Endpoint Detection and Response coupled with the new Microsoft 365 Security Module will provide detection, response, and compliance across your entire environment.
Infocyte's Microsoft 365 Security Module will primarily focus on establishing a baseline of security standards for an Microsoft 365 environment leveraging known Industry Security Standards (CIS Benchmark) for Microsoft 365. The Microsoft 365 Security Module will provide Infocyte the ability to score and grade an Microsoft 365 environment with a Risk Score, identify issues and highlight Recommended Remediations, and provide the end-customer with the ability to Monitor and Alert should their environmental changes negatively influence the established security baseline.
The following services will be covered within Infocyte’s Microsoft 365 Security Model:
OneDrive for Business
Skype & Teams
Azure Active Directory
John Norden As I mentioned in a recent blog post, Infocyte is expanding it’s platform capabilities by launching a Microsoft 365 security module this week. We are especially excited for this module which will enhance our endpoint detection and response platform to provide detection, response, and compliance across your entire environment. Although Microsoft 365 has…
By John Norden Microsoft 365 is the most popular SaaS productivity and back-office platform in the market today. Microsoft 365 can be a very secure solution, but it must be configured properly and monitored for malicious activity and environmental changes (like configuration, mail forwarding, etc). Most SMBs and many larger enterprises lack the knowledge and…