This expectation has created a larger landscape for possible attack, and the transition to the cloud has made employees’ interactions with other users, devices, apps, and data more complex.
To protect a business now, companies need to take a more innovative approach to security, one that can protect, detect, and respond to threats of all kinds both ‘on-premises’ as well as in the cloud.
According to Microsoft, more than 63% of data breaches and cyber attackers gain corporate network access through weak, default, or stolen user credentials.
There are three main ways, Microsoft’s identity-driven security can address a company’s security challenges:
- Front Door protection: – They can safeguard a company’s resources up front using advanced risk based conditional access.
- Data protection anywhere – They can help protect a company’s data with deeper visibility into user activity and stronger controls.
- Attack detection and remedy – They can uncover suspicious activity using behavioural analytics technologies and take immediate action.
That’s why, here at Computer Geeks, we recommend Microsoft 365’s security solutions that deliver an all-inclusive identity driven approach to mobility and security in the digital age. Thousands of applications can be accessed, with a single identity and they can safeguard a company’s devices, apps, and data at the front door.
You can learn more about Front Door security here: https://bit.ly/2Ga1lAT
Please contact Computer Geeks now on 0117 325 0370 to discuss how we can help advise and implement the most suitable ways companies can adopt front door and cloud-based security solutions.