Sareema was hired two years ago after her organization was hit by a Ransomware attack. In the past two years, Sareema has made significant headway in boosting her organization's cybersecurity posture.
Follow along to learn some of the ways that Sareema accomplished these objectives.
Phishing scams and ransomware attacks are often sent via email, and an unsuspecting click is all it takes to spell disaster for an organization. This is why the first step to reducing your chance of becoming a victim of cybercrime is to protect your people's inboxes.
$5,000+ (depending on your organization's Secure Score)
Designed for organizations who have a Microsoft 365 license and use Exchange Online, Mailbox Guardian scans your environment, then provides a Secure Score (to find out how secure your organization is compared to others like yours), a list of recommendations to follow, and implementation of IT security tools to protect your mailboxes going forward.
With inboxes being the first point of entry, providing end-users with safe computing best practices significantly reduces the risks of a potential cyber breach. This free eBook includes practical tips that can be applied immediately to protect your organization from harm.
Ensure your organization's C-level executives understand their cybersecurity risks and how their habits and behaviors can potentially make them a target.
Executive Cybersecurity Workshop
Top executives of an organization are a major target for cybercriminals, which makes it critical that your executive team is well informed of the risks, as well as best practices they can take to protect themselves. This condensed workshop, designed specifically for busy executives, is the first step to take to becoming more aware. Understand how your habits and behaviours can lead to potential disaster, and receive a checklist of things you can do to be more aware that can be applied to both your professional and personal life.
Microsoft has invested heavily on ensuring their customers' cybersecurity and has designed several workshops to help organizations get a good look into where their vulnerabilities may be. After securing your staff's inbox and educating everyone in your organization, especially your executive team, these workshops are the logical next steps to have an in-depth look into your current security status and create a solid game plan.
“The Security Workshop helped us understand our maturity levels on different sectors of cybersecurity.” Harri Kivimaa , Head of End User Services, VTT
“Identity and threat protection are high on customers’ minds. Getting identity right is a critical part of a Microsoft 365 project and is the first place we start." Forrester 2020 Microsoft 365 Enterprise Total Economic Impact Study
"80% of corporate data is “dark” – it’s not classified, protected or governed." IBM. Future of Cognitive Computing. November 2015
If Sareema's story above resonated with you, it's time to start thinking about how you can take your security to the next level. Get on the fast track to success with this checklist for C-level IT Security Leaders:
Find out your secure score with Mailbox Guardian and implement the necessary steps to increase the inbox security.
Download the Safe Computing Best Practices for End-Users eBook to distribute to your organization.
Review your end-user cybersecurity training and awareness policies.
Book your Executive Cybersecurity Workshop for you and your executive team.
Appraise your security posture with one or more of the workshops mentioned.