Insider's Guide to Securing Office 365 with a CASB
Event Date: June 26, 2018 at 2:00 PM ET
Hosted By: Skyhigh Networks & Carahsoft
As Office 365 becomes the de facto choice of enterprise collaboration, IT Security teams are scrambling to understand how to enforce their data and threat protection policies in Office 365.
Join us for an insider's perspective on how to develop data and threat protection controls within Office 365. We will outline key security controls available natively within Office 365 and the core data and threat protection use cases that require a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB).
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
The latest data on Office 365 usage and attacks, including KnockKnock
The top native controls to utilize within Office 365 and how to use them
How to use CASB to enforce DLP, UEBA, access control, and collaboration control policies within Office 365
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The State of Missouri is a large public sector organization with over 14
different agencies and 40,000 end users. With this many employees,
managing policy and access controls can be a challenge without one
single point of control that covers all employees.