In this webinar from Core and Microsoft, we showed you how to use the M365 capabilities to ensure your Teams activity is completely secure and safeguard your users and organisation from potential risks.
2020 presented new challenges that are likely to cause a permanent change in the way we work, with many businesses adapting to a model where remote working is the new normal. And with COVID-19 continuing to impact people around the world, businesses are now facing unprecedented remote working opportunities - and challenges.
Hailed as a critical enabler of collaborative working, Microsoft Teams has seen huge success over the last 12 months. Many organisations are using Teams every day to communicate, collaborate and stay productive during the pandemic, enabling business as usual activity in difficult circumstances.
But from a security perspective, remote workers are making choices that reduce security and compliance, adding to the challenges faced by security professionals.
Organisations must ensure that collaboration and communication within Teams and other Office products is secure and compliant, by implementing stricter controls and data loss prevention policies to govern teamwork and prevent data egress on information that is shared internally or externally, with federated users or external guests.
Microsoft 365 enterprise-grade cloud delivers the governance, compliance and security capabilities customers need and expect, enabling them to collaborate and communicate remotely while staying secure.
This security and compliance webinar focuses on Microsoft Information Protection in Teams to help you understand why organisations need Data Loss Protection. In particular, we look at the three levels of information protection available in Teams and give a practical overview of how to deploy these in your environment to ensure friction-free data security and compliance. Finally, we look at the M365 licence options to achieve the various capabilities.