When bad actors infiltrate your clients’ environments, it’s tough to spot without a comprehensive Microsoft 365 security monitoring solution in place. SaaS Alerts monitors more than 50 different events within the Microsoft 365 environment to detect troubling account behavior and uncover the presence of bad actors.
Here are just a few of the actions SaaS Alerts will identify:
Once detected, alerts are sent via email or text message. Alerts can also create tickets in your PSA solution to efficiently surface security issues to your technicians without disrupting their regular workflow.
But what if you didn’t need to wait for a technician? A lot can happen in the few minutes it takes for a technician to respond to a ticket. And what if the alert is triggered during off hours? Bad actors can wreak havoc in a matter of minutes, let alone hours.
That’s where the SaaS Alerts Respond module comes in. Respond allows you to take automated actions in response to security alerts. Was there a successful login from an unauthorized location? Respond can automatically lock the account, giving your team valuable time to properly act before any significant damage is done.
Most SMBs lack the knowledge needed to properly configure Microsoft 365 security settings to protect against cyber threats. Instead, they rely on you, their managed service provider.
But your team is already stretched thin, making it difficult to find time to manually optimize and maintain security configurations across every client. The result? Possible gaps in your clients’ security posture.
As the SaaS security landscape continues to evolve and MS365 security configurations continue to get more complex, this will become an even greater challenge. The Fortify module within SaaS Alerts simplifies this process and helps ensure your clients’ security scores remain within acceptable levels.
With Fortify you can:
What are the security risks of not monitoring Microsoft Office 365?
Given the breadth of services and the amount of data stored and processed, there are a number of security risks associated with not monitoring Office 365:
How can you check your current Microsoft 365 security?
Microsoft provides several built-in tools and recommendations to help you evaluate and improve your clients’ Office 365 security. However, the primary indicator of security is the Microsoft secure score. The Microsoft secure score is a numerical score that represents the overall security posture of an organization. In order to improve a clients’ score, you need to implement every Microsoft security recommendation provided for each individual Office 365 tenant.
The Fortify module within SaaS Alerts pulls in the Microsoft secure score of each client and allows you to easily apply the security recommendations across one or all of your clients in minutes.