Microsoft 365 Security
Helping you defend against cyber criminals looking to exploit security gaps in Microsoft 365.
4 Pillars of Securing Your 365 Environment
So often we see organizations who purchase cyber security tools and services, such as deploying security appliances and anti-malware solutions, who then rarely have the time and resources to keep up with routine maintenance and monitoring of all the possible issues that can arise.
These security measures need to be routinely assessed as well as regularly updated with the latest signatures. Because of this, it is critical that cyber security is an ongoing process as part of any business function.
The Azure Cloud and Microsoft 365 professionals at Oakwood understand the challenges of addressing today’s security concerns. We’ve identified 4 primary pillars aimed at securing your users and critical business data. These include; Process & Governance Planning, Identity, Workforce & Recovery.
Hoping a malicious attack will never happen to you is not a plan. The figures here should serve as a stark reminder that cyber criminals are becoming more savvy with each passing day and you need a team on your side that understands how to properly address today’s security concerns.
Percent of organizations who were hit with ransomware within the last year.
Percent of organizations in which cybercriminals successfully encrypted the target’s data.
The percentage of data that was actually restored AFTER a ransom was paid.
The average ransom amount paid by mid-sized organizations to recover their encrypted data.
Process & Governance Planning
Sustain and increase improvements, ensure asset coverage
Passwordless / MFA, Password Security, Detection, Administrative rights and more
Collaboration & Email, Remote Access and Endpoint Protection
Ransomware data protection, detection & response plan and secure backup
How To Get Started?
We have a variety of engagement options to help us get started. Contacting us below is the first step to securing your Microsoft 365 environment!