Office 365 Security Services 2018-01-12T10:57:15+00:00


Get the Layered Security Needed to Protect Your Data in Office 365. Secure Your Office 365 Environment with Advance Malware Protection, Data Loss Prevention, Message Encryption, Azure AD Connect, Rights Management Protection, Multi-Factor Authentication, and More.

Data Loss Prevention

Identify, monitor, and automatically protect sensitive information across Office 365. Prevent the accidental sharing of sensitive information. Help users learn how to stay compliant without interrupting their workflow. View DLP reports showing content that matches your organization’s DLP policies.

Message Encryption

  • Transport Layer Security (TLS)
  • S/MIME
  • Information Rights Management (IRM)

Rights Management Protection

RMS allows for the control of e-mail messages and will prevent the inadvertent forwarding of messages that may contain sensitive data. This control will last regardless of where the user might store the document and there can be time limits associated with the document so that, after a specified period of time, the document is no longer accessible.

Multi-Factor Authentication

MFA is a method of verifying who you are that requires the use of more than just a username and password. Using MFA for Office 365, users are required to acknowledge a phone call, text message, or app notification on their smart phones after correctly entering their passwords. They can sign in only after this second authentication factor has been satisfied.

Mobile Device Management

MDM for Office 365 can help you secure and manage mobile devices like iPhones, iPads, Androids, and Windows Phones used by licensed Office 365 users in your organization. You can create mobile device management policies with settings that can help control access to your organization’s Office 365 email and documents for supported mobile devices and apps. If a device is lost or stolen, you can remotely wipe the device to remove sensitive organizational information.

Sharing Content

Limit link expiration on external sharing of folders and documents

Role-Based Access Control

RBAC is a permissions scheme that is based on the idea of granting IT administrators the ability to perform specific actions while denying them the ability to perform other actions. In contrast, NTFS permissions is the more traditional permissions scheme used by Windows that allows or denies access to files and folders. RBAC schemes are much more flexible, and allow for many distinct levels of administrative permissions, especially with the wide-array of Office 365 applications (Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive, Skype for Business, etc).

Azure AD Connect

Azure AD Connect will integrate your on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory. This allows you to provide a common identity for your users for Office 365, Azure, and SaaS applications integrated with Azure AD. Azure AD Connect replaces older versions of identity integration tools such as DirSync and Azure AD Sync. It is made up of three primary components: the synchronization services, the optional Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) component, and the monitoring component named Azure AD Connect Health.