For most companies, going to the cloud is not an option, it’s a necessity to stay competitive in our increasingly digital world. Managing security and governance in the cloud is a struggle for many companies today, and organizations need to ensure their information is secure from increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity threats. Many businesses are subject to regulatory requirements that make protecting sensitive data a major organizational priority when considering a cloud transformation. Companies unable to adapt face the risk of significant financial loss, damage to customer satisfaction and the erosion of market reputation. With a Zero Trust approach, Spyglass can help identify potential security threats to your environment and establish processes and procedures for addressing these threats complete with monitoring and alerting.
Microsoft’s Security Platform allows organizations to replace up to 40 security products with one cohesive platform covering Identity and Access Management, Data Loss Prevention, Threat Protection, Unified Endpoint Management, and Security Management. Understanding all the different pieces of Microsoft Security, what to use when can be a daunting task, and setting up the right governance policies and procedures is key to making any security program work.
Whether you have already deployed some resources to the cloud, or are at the beginning of your cloud adoption journey, let us help you avoid the pitfalls. We can help you to adopt an “identity-based perimeter”, a “zero trust posture”, and enable you to govern and control your cloud environment. Let us help you build your cloud Security and Governance foundation today.
Microsoft Integrated Security delivers an intelligent, unified enterprise defense solution that provides comprehensive protection against attacks. Spyglass can help your organization assess, architect, plan and implement a cohesive security solution to secure across four key vectors Identity and Access Management, Threat Protection, Information Protection and Security Management.
Cloud governance is an iterative process. For organizations with existing policies that govern on-premises IT environments, cloud governance should complement and extend those existing policies. Whether you have already deployed some resources to the cloud, or are at the beginning of your cloud adoption journey, let us help you avoid the pitfalls. We can help you to adopt an “identity based perimeter”, a “zero trust posture”, and enable you to govern and control your cloud environment. Let us help you build your cloud governance and compliance foundation today.
Our Microsoft experts are ready to help you identify gaps in your organization across the five key disciplines of the Cloud Adoption Framework.