Microsoft Identity & Cloud Security
New threats require a new approach to the way organizations manage their identities and cloud security.
In the past, security was all about firewalls – setting them up, and ensuring nobody could get into your network to access your data. But with so much computing happening in the cloud these days, security isn’t just about limiting access to your network.
Now, it’s about protecting your identity.
If a malicious actor hacks your user account – or the user accounts of your employees – they’ll be able to gain access to just about anything they want. Protecting your identity comes down to understanding where identities are located, how they’re encrypted, and who’s accessing them.
Here are some of the ways CloudServus supports our customers’ Microsoft Identity & Cloud Security needs:
Cloud Security Assessment
Our proprietary Cloud Security Assessment process takes a close look at your existing security frameworks to root out possible areas of exposure.
After analyzing your current cloud computing architecture for unobserved weaknesses, we’ll compile an assessment report highlighting areas of opportunity for your security program. Building a strong security practice off of these recommendations will protect your systems now and into the future.
Using the Microsoft 365 suite of technologies, we’ll help your team build a unified management solution that incorporates endpoint security, device management, and intelligent cloud actions.
Our team of highly-trained consultants can support your organization in implementing Intune, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), co-management, and Windows Autopilot, as well as other related Microsoft tools.
Remote Work Hardening
Your team made it to the cloud. Now, you need to secure your cloud-based remote work environment.
At CloudServus, our cloud security consultants can examine everything from the remote work tools you’ve implemented to the processes your team follows for data security. If flaws exist, we’ll help you fix them before today’s cyber-criminals can find them.
Azure Active Directory Join/Hybrid
Does your organization have on-premise devices using Active Directory that you’d like to connect to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)?
Bringing devices to Azure AD – whether through AD Connect or another approach – gives you access to features like single sign-on (SSO) and conditional access policies, though it’s not without its limitations. CloudServus can help you determine the best approach for both productivity and security.
Cloud App Security
Let Cloud App Security and your favorite SIEM work together to give your organization enhanced visibility into its current system and risks.
Cloud App Security pulls in logs from systems like Azure Sentinel, your firewall, and even Azure Active Directory to alert you if something’s wrong. Instead of looking into multiple different systems to see where your alerts are, you can simplify your security processes with Cloud App Security.
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Managing your Microsoft Identity & Cloud Security needs is more complex now than it’s ever been. Partnering with a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner like CloudServus gives you the expert perspective needed to ensure critical security risks aren’t overlooked.
Stronger identities. Stronger security practices. Stronger outcomes, thanks to our Microsoft Identity & Security practice.