Most IT pros see security as a cost center. But security done right provides a positive ROI and reduces the total cost of ownership for your Microsoft Office 365 environment, now called Microsoft 365.
“CoreView is just an easy interface to Microsoft 365. It allows us to manage properly the Microsoft Office 365 tenant without any security issues. The SLA is very high and we have never experienced downtime. They continue to improve the product day by day,” wrote one G2 Reviewer.
Let’s get started with four quick ways CoreView secures and maximizes M365 economics while mitigating risk:
With native tools, it is hard to configure user and environmental settings to tackle data breaches – before they occur. CoreView instantly identifies and fixes common misconfigurations that account for the vast majority of breaches. This saves admin time and avoids the dramatic cost of data breaches.
It is impossible to determine what led to a breach and identifying affected files and systems if activity logs are not retained. CoreView monitors M365 and other SaaS all at once, closely scanning all user and admin activities. IT can view long-term M365 audit log data for deep forensics. Doing forensics manually is time-consuming – if even possible. Perform forensics quickly, economically, and stops another expensive breach from happening.
Get alerts and reports of suspicious logins, breach attempts, email forwards, external file sharing, MFA settings and activities, mailbox security risks, weak passwords, policy violations, and more. Imagine how much IT time IT staff, or high-paid consultants, would take to gather these findings.
Find and stop suspicious sign-ins and sign-ins from infected devices. Stop hackers, phishing, and malware spread. As we mentioned, breaches are expensive – so is trying to find incursions without a deep and high-level security view.
CoreView starts the M365 security journey by gaining full visibility into the tenant’s security posture, which is done with a Microsoft Office 365 Health Check. Imagine the cost to have a consultant gather all this information. Incalculable!
Such a check was run on a large government agency and identified several areas of new and near-immediate payback. The Health Check found:
According to Ponemon’s ‘Cost of a Data Breach’ Survey, the cost of losing a single file is $141. When did you ever lose a single file? And those files add up. The average cost to an enterprise of a breach is a staggering $3.62 million.
It is about 191 days on average to figure out that you have had a data breach.
Meanwhile, over 70% of M365 business users suffer at least one compromised account each month.
Reducing mistakes helps eliminate breaches. “Through 2020, 80% of cloud breaches will be due to customer misconfiguration, mismanaged credentials or insider theft, not cloud provider vulnerabilities,” said Neil Macdonald, Analyst – Gartner.
One enterprise we talked to said that they have improved their response time to block remote hacker attempts by over 500%. One customer based in the mid-western US said that they used to spend approximately 80 hours/month running their own PowerShell scripts and sifting through the piles of data to search for anomalous sign-ins across their different geographic locations. Now they spend about 10 hours/month monitoring for suspicious sign-ins and can take immediate action when they find an issue.
Another CoreView user spent 10 to 50 hours every month writing and running custom PowerShell scripts to decipher the millions of log entries and search for security problems. Now they leverage CoreView to provide automated alerts for security issues on an almost real-time basis.
An enterprise organization based in the northeastern US, reported that CoreView had saved their IT team over 1,000 hours last year when researching and analyzing security-related incidents.
On average, CoreView saves 67 hours per month during audits by accessing human-readable log data.
CoreView offers an array of security features packed with economic payoffs, including:
Compliance Monitoring features include:
The CoreView solution is all about Microsoft Office 365. Meanwhile, our CoreSuite solution addresses the entire SaaS stack, and helps prevent security breaches across your cloud applications library by:
CoreSuite saves time by making it much easier to do things that used to take a lot of effort, such as:
While most of CoreView’s solutions drive Microsoft Office 365 ROI, CoreSuite achieves the same benefits across your full SaaS landscape. But how? By automating many time-consuming tasks and enabling you to do things that simply were not possible before. Armed with that knowledge and automation, you can cut costs, improve security and vendor compliance, and get a comprehensive understanding of your environment. Those benefits result in CoreSuite delivering a strong, positive ROI.