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Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment


CloudServus can help you achieve your ideal security posture by implementing and utilizing Microsoft tools you may already own.


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Is Your Microsoft Cloud Environment Truly Secure?


Our Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment process is methodically designed to review your current security framework and identify areas of exposure. This includes thoughtfully assessing and analyzing your existing cloud environment, pinpointing weaknesses that may have gone undetected, and designing a strong security management system that can continue to adapt and respond to future challenges.

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Our Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment Process


At CloudServus, our Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment approach delivers maximum insight for minimal investment.

Step #1: Turn on Security Monitoring Tools


Your organization may already have licenses for Microsoft’s top security tools within your tenant – including the Microsoft Defender products and identity logging – even if you’ve never used them before. We’ll turn them on and configure them (or help you access trials, if needed).

Step #2: Gather Critical Security Data


Over a period of just a few weeks your Microsoft security tools will capture operational data in real-time. Evaluating your organization’s live data ensures complete transparency and allows the CloudServus team to make recommendations based on your specific needs and opportunities.

Step #3: Uncover Issues (And Potential Fixes)


After your testing period, CloudServus reviews the data generated to identify everything from minor to major security issues, as well as recommended solutions. Most clients receive suggestions that fall into one of three phases: high priority fixes, operational issues, and ongoing support.

Putting Your Cloud Security Assessment Results to Work


Your finished Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment offers guidance on everything from immediate needs to planning for long-term identity access management and security.

Phase #1: Your Highest Priority Issues


Imagine that one of your employees has inadvertently opened up file-sharing permissions on a document containing confidential data, enabling anyone with the link to access the information.

That’s the type of security-breach-waiting-to-happen that CloudServus’ Cloud Security Assessment is designed to surface and prioritize. Addressing high-priority issues as quickly as possible is critical for your organization’s security.

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Phase #2: Operational Improvements


With your highest priority issues resolved, our next phase of suggestions helps you to better manage your environment.

In this phase, you may find yourself tackling everything from mobile device management and data loss prevention to endpoint and data management projects. This is also where we’ll recommend implementing new Microsoft features, functionalities or security components that’ll improve your overall security operations.

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Phase #3: Ongoing Support


All of the work done to this point won’t do you any good if you don’t have the systems, processes, or bandwidth in place to take action on an ongoing basis.

Whether you have sufficient internal resources or need the support of a partner like CloudServus, we’ll make sure you have the appropriate resources in place to monitor the security of your environment and address notifications on a monthly basis.

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Is a Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment Right for You?


For a long time, the focus of many organizations has been getting to the cloud. But now that you’re there, do you feel confident that your data is as secure as it could be?

Not only can a Microsoft Cloud Security Assessment help you to understand your current cloud security posture, CloudServus’s guidance and recommendations throughout the process will show you what to do to monitor and maintain that posture for long-term security.


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