Microsoft 365 quickly brings together collaborators across your agency and your partners. That built-in collaboration, however, creates new concerns around tracking who has access across your environment. Organizations must monitor how users interact with data within a Zero Trust Architecture.
The recent Executive Order on Cybersecurity focused on federal networks when implementing a Zero Trust Architecture, causing IT organizations to shift their priorities overnight.
When viewed individually, core pillars of Zero Trust, such as network, data, and user, are bound in M365: How is our service secured? How do we protect sensitive data? Which users do we authenticate in our system? However, this approach misses the intersection across Zero Trusts pillars in the collaboration spaces themselves.
Join AvePoint to learn how federal agencies can leverage Microsoft 365’s collaborative power using a Zero Trust model. We will discuss:
|Automating policy enforcement at the workspace (Teams, SharePoint, and M365 Groups)|
|Workspace compliance, lifecycle, and permissions recertification based on data sensitivity|
|Intelligent reporting of exposure risk based on sensitive information types and permissions data|To learn more about AvePoint, a five-time Microsoft Partner of the Year, contact me!