Security for Microsoft – Are you setup?

Microsoft has a mixed track record when it comes to security. Historically, products like Internet Explorer and older versions of Windows were/are notorious for security vulnerabilities. However, Microsoft has made significant strides in improving the security of its software and infrastructure in recent years…but many have not taken advantage of these benefits.

Microsoft – A Security Perspective

In today’s cyber landscape, organizations face the daunting task of evaluating their cybersecurity maturity even deciding whether a move from Microsoft E3 to E5 licenses is the right choice.
As they begin to dive in, this decision is not just about upgrading licenses but also about enhancing security, streamlining processes, and managing costs effectively overall – the best tools are worth very little if they just sit in the toolbox.

“Make sure that you always have the right tools for the job. It’s no use trying to eat a steak with a teaspoon, and a straw.” – Anthony T. Hincks Author

The Challenge: 

Many organizations struggle with this evaluation.
They often have multiple disparate point solutions and are uncertain about federating their security stack via Microsoft’s security suite.
This uncertainty is compounded by the need to find a cost-effective solution that doesn’t overburden their already stretched security teams.

We have a Solution:  Lets us help you with an evaluation workshop

Engaging with a Security partner can be invaluable in navigating this complex decision-making process. and help you execute a Microsoft engagement (workshop) that is not only free (if you qualify…) but also tailored to your specific needs.

Engagement Highlights:

  • Review of Security Goals: Understand your security objectives and align them with Microsoft’s security offerings.
  • Threat Identification: Identify current threats and vulnerabilities in your environment.
  • Solution Recommendations: Map threats and vulnerabilities to specific solution recommendations.
  • Joint Plans: Develop joint plans and next steps to enhance your security posture.

Focus on Microsoft Sentinel:

If your organization is considering Microsoft Sentinel, the engagement can provide insights into its features and benefits. Gain visibility into active threats in your Microsoft 365 cloud and on-premises environments.

Goals of Engagement:

  • Gain visibility into immediate threats across email, identity, and data.
  • Receive clarity and support on how to remediate vulnerabilities and upgrade your security posture.
  • Get Microsoft security tools customized to your environment by a partner with Microsoft expertise.
  • Fine-tune these tools to ensure they are properly configured to optimize ingestion costs.

Contact us @ today to see if your company qualifies for a Microsoft-funded free security engagement workshop.