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Supplementing the Limitations in Office 365

Osterman Research outlines how to improve Office 365 security

Office 365 is second to none in enterprise productivity and collaborative tools—Microsoft claims more than 120 million active users—but its security capabilities leave a lot to be desired. Those tasked with securing Office 365 report a limited ability to detect and block advanced threats, ransomware attacks, email fraud and spoofing.

Supplementing the Limitations in Office 365” is a report by Osterman Research that investigates areas where third-party solutions can enhance Office 365 security, including:

  • Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
  • Protection against credential phishing and email fraud
  • Data protection capabilities needed to meet the GDPR’s requirements

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