secure your data with microsoft 365 Security
retain control over corporate data everywhere on any mobile or desktop device
Did you know?
of all data loss is due to
end-users deleting information
of companies that lose their data end up shutting down within 6 months of the disaster
of companies rely on their employees using personal devices to access business apps
How Microsoft 365 Security Will Help Your Company?
- 1Protect business data against leaks by Restricting copy and saving of business information
- 2Get Security alerts Based on Suspicious User Activity using Desktop Analytics
- 3Control business information on mobile devices with ability to Remote wipe company data on lost or stolen devices
- 4Protect Shared Documents By Enabling Azure Rights Management On Sensitive Documents
- 5Stay Compliant with your Industry Standards by limiting access to business information
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Our Microsoft 365 Security Offerings
We offer a variety of services on Microsoft Security starting with the 3 Base Solutions listed below. We can help you configure enterprise-level security at your organization hassle-free.
Our Intune Consultants will ensure business information is protected on all your company-owned and
bring-your-own (BYO) devices.
You will also get security alerts based on suspicious user activity.
User Rights Management
We will help you control who can access what files and folders and for how long.
You will have the ability to automatically revoke access after certain time, or only permit access from specified devices.
Communication Square can help your organization protect the data you store in cloud and comply with legal and regulatory standards.
We can help you setup easy access to the data and tools you need to manage to your organization's compliance needs.
Our Simple 4 Step Process
In this 30-Minute session, a Cloud Solutions Consultant would listen to your needs and suggest a solution that suits your requirements. We limit each customer to a maximum of 1 strategy call.
Depending on the goals agreed upon in the strategy call, a Microsoft Certified Cloud Solutions Consultant would review your existing environment in depth and prepare a report that lists down the key elements that your business would benefit from by migrating to the cloud along with any challenges, and a step by step execution plan
Our Consultant would execute the project in line with Deployment and Security Best Practices within the agreed timelines based on the Assessment Report & Project Plan Document.
For the final step, we ensure that your team is fully trained and ready to adopt the new solution and the transition to cloud is as smooth, maximizing productivity.
how much does microsoft 365 Security cost
Microsoft Security Rollout has 2 portions: Licensing & Consultancy
Microsoft Security Licensing Options
Azure Rights Management
Rights Management for all your sensitive files
Intune Device Management
Device Management for personal and corporate devices
Azure Rights Management + Intune Device Management
Device Management and Rights Management for sensitive Files
*Starting Price of Each Plan without Add-Ons for a minimum of 5 users.
Microsoft Security Consulting Services
Basic Rollout including Assessment + Project Execution + Training Starts at USD 1,000/- Flat for upto 25 Users
Additional Data Migration Service are also available at additional cost
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Why Communication Square?
Our goal is simple: risk free migration with zero downtime and effective change management, ensuring a seamless transition and adoption by end users that helps grow your business.
Through our done-for-you managed services and consulting in different industries we gain a unique and advantageous perspective on what really works in today’s rapidly changing online environment.
We use our experience to create Yours!
Here's What Our Clients Say About Us
Thanks to Communication Square Microsoft End Point Security provides Simply ABA seamless access to our files and folders without losing control over data.
We are lucky enough not to have any information breach but Azure Information Protection certainly gives us nights of peaceful sleep. Credit to Favad for understanding our needs and suggesting the best solution from hundreds of licensing options out there.
I wanted my data to be as secure as possible regardless of where the data was stored or traveled. Communication Square offered a solution that completely configured our security management with ease.
Microsoft 365 Security FAQs
Microsoft has become one of the largest security providers in the world during the past few years, based on the myriad of threats it processes each day across more than 200 global cloud, consumer, and commercial services. Every month, Microsoft analyzes 400 billion emails in Outlook.com and Office 365 email services. More than 1 billion Azure user accounts provide insight into normal and abnormal authentications. Customers benefit from everything that Microsoft learns by defending against attacks and protecting identities.
58% of breaches take place at small businesses. With an average cost per breach of $120,000, it’s no wonder more SMBs are getting serious
about security. Microsoft 365 Security (Device Management & Rights Management) provides the protection SMBs need with a comprehensive and trusted security solution to safeguard
against threats to email, devices, and users.
While SMBs may not have in-house IT departments, that doesn’t mean they can’t implement comprehensive security. Microsoft 365 Security (Device Management & Rights Management) provide one simple solution to deploy and manage.
SMBs that deal with customer information—whether they are retail, financial, health care, or food services—need enterprise-level protections.
SMBs have the same accountability to secure data as big enterprises. Because Microsoft 365 Security (Device Management & Rights Management) has security built into the productivity
platform, there is no need for trade-offs to justify the security investment.
You can deploy Microsoft 365 Security (Device Management & Rights Management) on your on-premises Active Directory with local resources. We would help you configure the Windows
device in one of two ways: Azure AD joined device or Hybrid Azure AD joined device
Microsoft has developed an open security strategy backed by the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. Customers can take a layered
approach to security and continue to use existing security solutions on top of Office 365 or Microsoft 365 Business and Enterprise Plans.
Customers often find they get more value from subscription-based cloud services than from locally installed software. Benefits include apps
purpose-built for small and medium size business, services that continuously enhance software and security, better support for business
growth. If you don’t like the service, just cancel the plan.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager helps deliver the modern workplace and modern management to keep your data secure, in the cloud and on-premises. Endpoint Manager includes the services and tools you use to manage and monitor mobile devices, desktop computers, virtual machines, embedded devices, and servers.
Your organization cannot see your personal information when you enroll a device with Microsoft Intune. When you enroll a device, you give your organization permission to view certain pieces of information on your device, such as device model and serial number. Your organization uses this information to help protect the corporate data on the device.
Benefit 1: Compatible with all your employees’ devices
Benefit 2: Allow or deny user access, meaning your business has the best security management
Benefit 3: Easily deploy software and updates to your business devices
Benefit 4: You won’t have to maintain anything on site—it’s on the Cloud!
Benefit 5: Save time as you don’t need to individually set up each device
Benefit 6: Centralized control means you don’t need to buy any additional infrastructure
Benefit 7: Enjoy better control over the security and applications in your business
Benefit 8: Meet legal and company-assigned Cyber Security requirements
Benefit 9: Gives employees access to business apps
Benefit 10: Be a part of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security suite
What your organization can never see:
Calling and web browsing history
Email and text messages
Pictures, including what's in the photos app or camera roll
What your organization can always see:
Device model, like Google Pixel
Device manufacturer, like Microsoft
Operating system and version, like iOS 12.0.1
App inventory and app names, like Microsoft Word. On personal devices, your organization can only see your managed app inventory. On corporate-owned devices, your organization can see all of your app inventory.
Device serial number
No, Intune administrators can only see model, serial number, OS, app names, owner, device name. Intune admins can’t see phone call history, web surfing history, location information, email and text messages, contacts, passwords, calendar, and cameral roll.
Azure Rights Management (often abbreviated to Azure RMS) is the protection technology used by Azure Information Protection.
This cloud-based protection service uses encryption, identity, and authorization policies to help secure your files and email, and it works across multiple devices—phones, tablets, and PCs. Information can be protected both within your organization and outside your organization because that protection remains with the data, even when it leaves your organization’s boundaries.
An important thing to understand about how Azure RMS works, is that this data protection service from Azure Information Protection, does not see or store your data as part of the protection process. Information that you protect is never sent to or stored in Azure, unless you explicitly store it in Azure or use another cloud service that stores it in Azure. Azure RMS simply makes the data in a document unreadable to anyone other than authorized users and services:
The data is encrypted at the application level and includes a policy that defines the authorized use for that document.
When a protected document is used by a legitimate user or it is processed by an authorized service, the data in the document is decrypted and the rights that are defined in the policy are enforced.
The Azure Rights Management service can support all file types. For text, image, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) files, .pdf files, and some other application file types, Azure Rights Management provides native protection that includes both encryption and enforcement of rights (permissions). For all other applications and file types, generic protection provides file encapsulation and authentication to verify if a user is authorized to open the file.
Yes we can, After you have protected your documents by using Azure Information Protection, you can track how people are using these documents. If necessary, you can also revoke access to them if people should no longer be able to read them. To do this, you use the document tracking site. You can access this site from Windows computers, Mac computers, and even from tablets and phones.
You can share protected your documents with external users using Azure RMS. Now, if external users have Azure RMS subscription (O365/EMS) they would be able to receive and read without issues. If external users do not have Azure RMS and no Microsoft subscription licenses, they will receive invitation to register in a free of charge Azure RMS for individuals.
Yes you can, on your important file you can just grant read write permission to the other user's so they are not able to delete any file in any case. You can protect you files using permissions.
Yes you can use tracking to get all the information about the file.
Microsoft 365 includes full Intune capabilities for iOS, Android, Mac OS, and other cross-platform device management.
Intune is included in the following licenses:
- Microsoft 365 E5
- Microsoft 365 E3
- Enterprise Mobility + Security E5
- Enterprise Mobility + Security E3
- Microsoft 365 Business Premium
- Microsoft 365 F1
- Microsoft 365 F3
- Microsoft 365 Government G5
- Microsoft 365 Government G3
- Microsoft 365 Education A5
- Microsoft 365 Education A3
Yes, Intune can wipe your phone. The Wipe action restores a device to its factory default settings. Best practice is to wipe in case of theft, stolen or if you are using corporate device. Otherwise companies only retire device which only remove's corporate data from your device.
In case of expire: For the first 30 days you will be on grace period everything will work fine then During months two through four, the subscription sits in the "disabled" state. Another label could be "admin only," as administrators can continue to access the admin portal. The IT staff can most effectively use this period to back up employee data stored on Microsoft's servers.
In case of license Removal: When you remove the license, all that user's data is held for 30 days. Admin can access the data, or restore the account if the user comes back. After 30 days, all the user's data (except for documents stored on SharePoint Online) is deleted permanently from Microsoft 365 and can't be recovered.
There are multiple different ways of managing mobile devices. The device and application Management capabilities often differ depending on the device platform under use for managing functionality related needs.
Intune is supplemental to SCCM, however you don't HAVE to have SCCM to use Intune.
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Microsoft Intune (4.0 stars out of 5) earns higher ratings by IT pros in the Spiceworks Community compared to AirWatch Mobile Device Management (2.7 stars out of 5). IT pros also mention Microsoft Intune about 76% more frequently than AirWatch Mobile Device Management.
Intune has truly been firmly attached to Microsoft, and for those associations that are centered around Microsoft and Azure technology, Intune can be a great decision for MDM. Then again, AirWatch has solid MDM and MAM usefulness across platforms. It is likewise seller impartial, implying that it is utilized more by heterogeneous environments, but both offer similar functionality.
RMS is the protection component of AIP, that can encrypt and set rights in documents, that persist wherever the document ends up (email, uploaded, copied etc.). Azure Rights Management is included in some Office 365 plans as well. You can compare all these offerings here.
AIP bring labelling and classifying features that extend this to promote easy to use document handling and enforcement, with auto data classification in the top tier option. Other features only in AIP include document tracking and revocation.
You can classify, label, and protect Office 365 documents and emails so only authorized users have access to the data. The settings are managed automatically after IT administrators or users set the rules and conditions. Alternatively, the IT team can provide recommended settings for users to follow. Administrators and users can also revoke access to data already shared with others without assistance from another authority. The goal of implementing Microsoft 365 Security is to control who can read or edit protected data, even when the data leaves the company's network.
You can use Microsoft 365 Security to help prevent accidental or inappropriate sharing of information with Microsoft 365 data loss prevention (DLP).
To comply with business standards and industry regulations, organizations must protect sensitive information and prevent its inadvertent disclosure. Sensitive information can include financial data or personally identifiable information (PII) such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, or health records. With a data loss prevention (DLP) policy in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center, you can identify, monitor, and automatically protect sensitive information across Office 365.
- Educate all employees on the importance of protecting sensitive information.
- Understand what data you have and classify it.
- Do not give every employee access to every system and piece of data.
- Consider moving sensitive information and systems to a cloud provider.
- Enable remote wipe.
- Give everyone his or her own access credentials.
- Ensure that everyone uses proper passwords to access such systems.
- Go multi-factor.
- Deal with BYOD.
- Backup. Backup. Backup.
- Keep your backups separate from production networks.
- Create appropriate social media policies and enforce them with technology.
- Comply with all information security regulations and industry standards.
- Use appropriate security technology.
- Ensure that technology is kept up-to-date.
- Hire us to protect your data.
Yes we can help you in complete deployment and protection of your existing environment.
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