- Microsoft Cloud App can identify all cloud apps in an organization.
- The App offers more flexibility.
- Organizations can have better control of malware.
With the increasing need to work remotely since the pandemic hit, there is a need for organizations to take control of their cloud by enhancing security. However, this poses a challenge as companies need to create a healthy balance between data security and data accessibility.
Security app offers protection and visibility
The Microsoft Cloud Security App acts as a bridge between service providers and its users. The aim is to enforce the policies of the organization and prevent data sharing outside the organization.
Some of the essential services provided include:
Data security – get a hold of information in the cloud and secure it.
Threat mitigation – identify impeding cyber threats and protect the organization from such attacks.
Compliance – adhere to data regulatory policies.
Visibility – identify the cloud apps in use and corresponding users in the organization.
These services integrate with Microsoft 365.
Sensitive data protected
It is no secret that sensitive data requires protection. The Cloud Security App is able to classify the types of information on the cloud for better control. Even better, the automated policies help the organization do an early detection on possible risks and mitigate before damage.
Control of malware
In this day and age, cyber attacks manifest in various forms and organizations are vulnerable because of their need to secure sensitive data. The Cloud Security App adds an extra layer of protection against such malware by continuously monitoring unusual behavior.
Organizations should take advantage of the immense benefits of the Cloud App and secure company data whilst enjoying the app’s flexibility.
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