Microsoft Office 365 Security: Top Use Cases Addressing Customer Concerns in Shared Responsibility Model

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Netskope helps secure some of the largest Office 365 deployments: three of the five largest global retail organizations, five of the largest healthcare organizations in the US, and many large enterprises in other verticals. Microsoft customers have options when it comes to Office 365 security controls—with varying coverage depending on their license level. But securing the Office 365 suite of cloud services is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider (Microsoft) and the customer. In a shared responsibility model, the cloud provider is in charge of security for the physical layer, infrastructure, network, operating system, and actual application in the data center. The customer, however, is responsible for the activities its users perform, the data stored and processed in the application, and any threats that are targeting the users and organization through the platform.

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Date: 29 April 2019, 0:00 am   |   Provider: Netskope   |   Size: 351 KB   |   Language: English
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