SharePoint Managing Security and Protection
- Published: 19 November 2018
Although the internet offers so much value to the running and efficiency of our businesses, there is one major factor that many individuals brush off until there is a greater cause for concern; the security and protection of online content.
SharePoint offers its users the ability to be secure and compliant through its implemented security gap.
- Create and control access with user permissions – As an administrator you can set permissions based on varying factors that will automatically carry down the hierarchy into other documents.
- Take advantage of audit reports – Continual audits enable you to track actions taken across your SharePoint site and further enables better analysis.
- Build rules with policy frameworks – By initiating policy frameworks, you can respond to issues in real-time in accordance to other potential threats.
- Place browsers on lock down – Team up with Azure Active Directory (Azure-AD) to build and customise granular permissions.
- Implement Office 365’s Data Loss Prevention – Helping protect your data where it lives, is moved to or shared to. Cloud-based platforms enables ultimate protection of sensitive data.
SharePoint Security Gap
- Aggregated, centralised system to view information rights – Understanding the authorities, accesses and permissions.
- Native SharePoint Activity Monitoring – Generate compliance reports and organise data.
- Access Control Lists (ACLs) – an automated process aligning business needs and free-up storage spaces.
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