For businesses, data security is critical. The loss or theft of information could lead to crippling financial losses, legal disputes, and loss of customer trust. While Microsoft 365 comes with some security and compliance tools, it still needs the support of data protection best practices. Here’s what you need to do.
Take advantage of policy alerts
Establishing policy notifications in Microsoft 365’s Compliance Center can help you meet your company’s data security obligations. For instance, policy tips can pop up to warn employees about sending confidential information anytime they’re about to send messages to contacts who aren’t listed in the company network. These preemptive warnings can prevent data leaks and also educate users on safer data sharing practices.
Secure mobile devices
Since personal smartphones and tablets are often used to access work email, calendar, contacts, and documents, securing them should be a critical part of protecting your organization’s data. Installing mobile device management features for Microsoft 365 enables you to manage security policies and access permissions/restrictions, and remotely wipe sensitive data […]