Microsoft 365 Security benefits
Elevate your security with Microsoft 365, offering maximum protection against the greatest security threats of today.
Multi factor authentication – add an additional layer to access, with facial recognition via Windows Hello (only available on Microsoft Surface devices), fingerprint, SMS, voice or push notification requirements.
Secure access to work applications – manage access to on-premises applications at the touch of a button, adding or removing users as required.
Remote desktop access – with Azure Virtual Desktop, you can enable secure access to business applications and data on any device, business or personal.
Threat protection – Microsoft Defender offers enhanced security protecting businesses against everyday threats such as malware, ransomware, and phishing.
Information protection – classify and label data to prevent its distribution and access.
Evolved assessments – gain a better understanding of risk with advanced pattern detection and data analysis.
Mobile device management – enrol, manage, and measure device usage at any time from anywhere.
Mobile app management – publish, configure settings, and update apps remotely, preventing sensitive information from being saved onto personal devices.
Elevate your security with Microsoft Defender for Business, which offers maximum protection against the greatest security threats of today. Take advantage of cutting-edge technology, which puts everyday antivirus’ to shame. Detect and respond to threats quickly and easily, with enterprise-level threat and vulnerability management.
Windows Defender for Business protects against threats, such as malware and ransomware, across Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android devices.
Microsoft’s recent security awards
When it comes to considering which set of tools is right for your business, Microsoft’s recent security accolades speak for themselves:
- In 2021, Gartner named Microsoft a leader in 2021 Endpoint Protection Platforms Magic Quadrant
- In the same year, Forrester named Microsoft a Leader in its Endpoint Security Software as a Service Wave
- IDC named Microsoft a Leader for Modern Endpoint Security for Enterprise and Small and Midsize Businesses
- Microsoft leads in real-world detection in MITRE ATT&CK evaluation
- Microsoft Defender for Endpoint awarded a perfect 5-star rating by SC Media in 2020 Endpoint Security Review
- Microsoft won six security awards with Cyber Defense Magazine at RSAC 2021:
- Best Product Hardware Security
- Market Leader Endpoint Security
- Editor’s Choice Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
- Most Innovative Malware Detection
- Cutting Edge Email Security
How can we help?
AdEPT empower organisations by uniting their technology, networking and data, providing seamless communication and the confidence to innovate. All underpinned by the latest security. And all with minimal fuss. We are perfectly placed to deliver a service you can trust. You can read more about some of our recent work in this area, by reading our case studies.
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