Did you know that the average company has 75 different security products?
It’s no surprise; modern security needs are multifaceted and many enterprise organizations are acting so quickly that they don’t have the time to put together all-inclusive strategies.
Today’s CISOs need agile frameworks that enable digital transformation, supported by holistic strategies embedded into technologies, processes, and training programs. This e-book shares the strategies and best practices for embedding security within an organization and looks at how Microsoft 365 can help facilitate that.
Securing data and systems is a top priority for organizations. But meeting this challenge gets more difficult every day as attacks grow more sophisticated, employees use a wider array of devices and applications, and data flows into and out of your business in more ways.
You need a multi-faceted approach that helps protect endpoints, detects early signs of a breach, and responds quickly to minimize possible damage. Microsoft 365 Enterprise has security solutions for third-party antispam, encryption, mobile device management, and other challenges built in.
It includes advanced analytics powered by the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to help you detect and respond to attacks quickly and effectively. Protection for your users, devices, data, and infrastructure is integrated throughout Microsoft 365 to provide the comprehensive security of today’s digitally driven enterprise needs.
Leaders have to balance these challenges with the need to collaborate, innovate, and grow a business. Also, you need a multi-faceted security approach that continually protects all endpoints, detects early signs of a breach, and responds before damage occurs.
Furthermore, no matter how strong your defences are, preventive measures are no longer sufficient. As a result, you also need to adopt an “assume breach” posture that includes detection and response measures.
The traditional approach is to correlate information from a variety of tools using Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions. But detection still needs security teams to do out-of-band processing of records and data, then prioritize and investigate incidents. Data gathering and reconciliation are difficult, and the lack of a unified view complicates response and management.