Security and Governance Solutions

Secure and govern your data

With the growth of the agile workforce, technology has enabled employees to be more collaborative than ever before. But with an increase in the internal and external sharing of files and sensitive information – without full visibility of how people use and access information – you are at risk of a critical breach as a result of the increased prevalence of data breaches and the changes to the threat landscape in which we operate in.

Ensuring that your organisation is secure and compliant with enhanced cloud security and advanced data governance, you control who has access to your sensitive and critical data, and define how users within your organisation can use that information. A comprehensive security and governance solution can help prevent malicious attacks on your networks, secure your data and ensure that your organisation is compliant and GDPR ready.

Three pillars of technology for security and governance

Advanced Threat Analytics

Azure Information Protection

Cloud App Security

Information Rights Management

Information Rights Management (IRM) is a set of protection capabilities geared at reducing the risk of unintentional and intentional data leaks by introducing a secondary layer of access controls at the file level, allowing these enforceable controls to travel with the file wherever it may go. Rights Management offers the most complete protection available for organisations that sanction and enable agile and mobile working.

With Azure Advanced Threat Analytics, your organisation can detect incoming attacks against Single Sign-On, while utilising Microsoft Cloud App Security, your organisation is given the control it needs to become responsible for your share of the shared responsibility model.

Just some of the clients we have helped to transform their workplace

the nec Murphy Group Pizza Hut Restaurants Mace Group Easy Jet BBC

As the UK’s largest Office 365 partner, Content and Code have helped more than 300 clients including; Balfour Beatty, the BBC, Condé Nast, Everything Everywhere, Metro Bank, Wates Construction and Vodafone achieve their business goals with Microsoft technologies. Content and Code can help you too.

Advanced Threat Analytics Workshop

The Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) Design engagement provides design and implementation advice for an ATA deployment. Microsoft generally recommends that ATA should be deployed in a production environment in order to assess real user behaviour, however the activities delivered by Content and Code, are flexible for production or non-production environments.

Content and Code will produce an ATA Design document, capturing agreements from the ATA Implementation Workshop and including a topology diagram detailing the relationship of locations, Domain Controllers, ATA Gateways, port mirroring infrastructure and the ATA Centre. The ATA Design will also capture a view of how your organisation will work with Advanced Threat Analytics and any additional efforts required to carry out regarding Windows Protections, complementary technologies or Incident Response.

ATA Security Workshop

The ATA Security Workshop which will be focused on introducing contemporary security threats, ATA capabilities, Windows Security enhancements, complementary technologies and Incident Response.

  • Intrusion
  • Windows Logon and SSO
  • Attacks and Offensive Tools
  • Detecting Attacks with Advanced Threat Analytics
  • Protecting Windows
  • Complementary Technologies and Incident Response
  • ATA Implementation Workshop

    The ATA Implementation Workshop for stakeholders who are concerned with the network and infrastructure requirements of the Proof of Concept.

  • Client Preparation
  • Architectural Concepts
  • Detection Capabilities
  • Design
  • Deployment Considerations
  • Ensure your organisation’s data is secured and governed correctly. Speak to Content and Code today about Security and Governance solutions.

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