Think Your MS 365 Data Is Secure?

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Microsoft 365 does not guarantee security for your data. It is not automatically protected when you switch to cloud services. MS 365 provides as much cyber security as possible for its clients, but acknowledges that just that alone is not enough. You need to take steps to ensure your information is properly protected. 

Get the Microsoft 365 Security Checklist to see what is needed. The checklist itemizes the 21 critical settings that you need to make your cloud as secure as possible.

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Don’t Think You’re at Risk? You Are, and Here’s Why:


of organizations have experienced a public cloud security event in the last 12 months


of cloud security events are caused by security misconfigurations in cloud infrastructure


of cloud security failures through 2025 are estimated to be the client's fault

Sources: Checkpoint, Gartner

Understanding Your Shared Responsibility

Evolving technology makes it virtually impossible for cloud providers like Microsoft 365 to fully protect your data. That is why they make it clear in their user agreements that they are not responsible for your data security — you are. It’s called the shared responsibility model (SRM). 

The SRM of the cloud does not allow cyber security to be taken for granted even when you choose industry-leading cloud platforms such as Microsoft 365. The cloud services acknowledge that they can’t keep you fully protected without your help. They make it clear to users what they are and are not liable for. That’s where your responsibility starts.

Download the Microsoft 365 Security Checklist to make sure your cloud is as safe as possible. This simple and easy checklist provides you with the 21 critical settings you need for a secure MS 365 environment

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