Microsoft Secure Score shows your security posture to protect customer privacy.
Last Review: February 26, 2020
Product(s): Office 365
Author(s): Kyle Vang
A cyberist created this article using the patented Delta Method by modernizing a typical approach.
Microsoft Secure Score is the representation of your commitment to protect customer privacy and the security posture of your organization. Despite rampant cybercrime and data breaches, few organizations have implemented built-in and often no cost cybersecurity prevention due to inconvenience misconceptions and inept cloud providers.
A low-risk security scorecard demonstrates competitive advantage versus the industry and is often requested by compliance auditors or prospective and existing customers. Ignoring security threats is considered willful neglect resulting in reputation damage, potential civil and criminal actions or penalties, and justified denial of cybersecurity insurance claims.
|Cloud App Security||All Office 365|
|Multi-Factor Authentication||Microsoft 365 E3/E5, EMS E3/E5, Office 365 Business & E3/E5|
|Exchange Online||Any Exchange Online|
|Information Rights Management||Any SharePoint Online|
|Intune||Microsoft 365 E3/E5, Enterprise Mobility Suite E3/E5|
|Office 365 ATP||Office 365 ATP, Office 365 E5, Microsoft 365 E5|
|Azure Information Protection||Enterprise Mobility Suite E5|
|Windows Defender ATP||Windows 10 Enterprise E5, Microsoft 365 E5|
|Customer Lockbox||Office 365 E5, Microsoft 365 E5|