Is Your MS 365 Data Secure?
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Microsoft 365 is a great cloud platform that provides as much cyber security as possible for their clients. But securing your data is not their responsibility, it’s yours. In fact, your MS 365 agreement states this plainly. It’s called shared responsibility and it’s how all cloud services work. Too many businesses assume their data is safe simply because it’s on the cloud. Find out the 20 critical settings you need to use to make your cloud as secure as possible with this free one-page checklist.
Think You’re Not at Risk? Think Again
of organizations experienced a public cloud security incident in the last year.
of cloud security incidents are caused by cloud infrastructure security misconfigurations.
of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault through 2025, according to industry estimates.
Take control of your cloud security with this simple and free checklist. Feel secure that you have the 20 critical settings needed for a secure MS 365 environment.
Shared Responsibility and Your Cloud Security
No one program or platform can be all things to all businesses — including industry leaders like Microsoft. Evolving technology and the ever-changing cyber threat landscape are challenging enough. Add on to that the different systems, configurations and integrations that businesses use MS 365 on and you begin to understand that cloud providers just aren’t capable of protecting them all. Enter the “shared responsibility model”: Cloud service providers outline what they are responsible for as a provider and what you are responsible for as the user/customer. Part of this shared responsibility statement is that you are responsible for your data security.