Microsoft has long used a shared responsibility model for its various cloud services, including Microsoft 365. The model states that Microsoft is responsible only for securing its cloud infrastructure. This means users are responsible for securing their data. But the problem is Microsoft 365 isn’t secure by default. So how do you get around this issue and improve Microsoft 365 security?
Microsoft 365 deployments have several built-in security mechanisms. You’ll need to take advantage of these mechanisms to get around this issue. Although many security settings are available, some are more important than others. In this article, I’ll discuss 4 key areas to focus your efforts on if you’re just starting with Microsoft 365 security