Mahesh Rachakonda, VP of Product & Solution Engineering at CipherCloud and Matt Hines, VP of Marketing at CipherCloud
Are your Office 365 accounts, cloud applications and data safe from further attacks?
In the aftermath of the massive SolarWinds supply chain breach, the need to better secure Office 365 and connected cloud applications has become increasingly clear.
Beyond the havoc wreaked by attackers who compromised SolarWinds’ Office 365 accounts to infiltrate those of its customers, other organizations have now discovered the same hackers targeting their Office 365 applications and data.
How can we better understand and respond to this scenario?
In this Best Practices, “Lessons Learned” webinar, we’ll outline 4 key steps necessary to better secure Office 365 and connected cloud applications, including:
- Gaining contextual, device and user-based access control over applications and sensitive data
- Monitoring user behavior with Machine Learning to identify evolving threats in real-time
- Applying a layered approach to end-to-end cloud data protection, including DLP and EDRM
- Enlisting highly granular, user and data-centric policies to optimize security and compliance
We’ll also examine how this approach complements application of the MITRE ATT&CK Cloud Matrix and detail the ability of the CipherCloud CASB+ solution to address these pressing cloud and data security challenges.