How to Manage Information Security in SharePoint and Office 365

December 16, 2015 |
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Working with SharePoint or Office 365? How are you managing all the information security and compliance risks thrown at you every day?

SharePoint is the world’s leading platform for internal and external collaboration. The opportunities for productivity and sharing are limitless. With such high usage, site administrators and business owners’ alike face many challenges including controlled information access, large list management and non-employee usage. As the amount of content and user interaction increases, the chance for a SharePoint or Office 365 security breach or compliance violation increases as well.

We put together an infographic on how to Manage Information Security and Compliance in SharePoint and Office 365. It shows you how to extend your governance strategy using a step-by-step process for managing information security and compliance risk in SharePoint and Office 365 – start to finish:

  • Defines an end-to-end process to protect data and meet compliance goals – from defining your strategy and policies, to implementing a solution for dynamically managing security in SharePoint and Office 365.
  • Provides a method to put highly granular controls in place to automatically restrict access to sensitive data and control actions that can be taken with it.
  • See how to proactively identify compliance issues, and log activities taken with sensitive data.
  • Provides tips for a successful and consistent content, information security and compliance program.

Download your free copy today!

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Philip Marshall

As Cryptzone’s Director of Product Marketing, Phil Marshall brings over 14 years of experience in both product and services marketing as well as 10 + years experience in the high-tech publishing space with publications including Dr. Dobb’s Journal and Byte magazine. Prior to joining Cryptzone, Phil worked at security firms Rapid7, Positive Technologies and RSA. He also was a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Black Duck, the leading open source governance and management firm.

A speaker at recent (ISC)2 conferences and ISACA, he’s participated in numerous webinars, in panel discussions and presented on topics including Identity Security, Application Security and Open Source Governance and Management.

Marshall earned a BA at Bates College and an MBA, cum laude, at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.

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