Taking a Best Practice Approach to Securing Microsoft 365

Presented by

Khaled Hassan, Director, CSE; Shiraz Valji, CSE; David Lorti, Dir Product Marketing; Sherelle Farrington (moderator)

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Microsoft 365 offers an extensive suite of cloud-based productivity and collaboration services adopted by organizations worldwide. It also offers an extensive suite of potential targets for threat actors. Security agencies are urging organizations to supplement M365 security controls. But why? And most importantly, how? We invite you to join Fortinet security experts for this live, interactive session as we discuss: - Why Microsoft 365 is a prime target for threat actors - How to build a thorough risk profile of M365 - Which best practices are most effective at securing M365 - How to objectively evaluate different solutions and deployment options After all, security for Microsoft 365 isn't just about protecting access, sensitive data and email, it's about protecting your organization.
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