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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 1-41
  3. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 43-96
  4. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 97-156
  5. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 157-217
  6. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 219-346
  7. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 347-403
  8. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 405-498
  9. Matthew Katzer
    Pages 499-609
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 611-636

About this book

Introduction

Understand common security pitfalls and discover weak points in your organization’s data security, and what you can do to combat them. This book includes the best approaches to managing mobile devices both on your local network and outside the office.

Data breaches, compliance fines,  and distribution  of personally identifiable information (PII) without encryption or safeguards place businesses of all types at risk. In today’s electronic world, you must have a secure digital footprint that is based on business processes that are designed to protect information. This book is written for business owners, chief information security officers (CISO), and IT managers who want to securely configure Office 365.  You will follow the Microsoft cybersecurity road map through a progressive tutorial on how to configure the security  services in Office 365 to protect and manage your business.  

What You’ll Learn:
  • Manage security with the Azure Security Center and the Office 365 Compliance Center
  • Configure information protection for document and electronic communications
  • Monitor security for your business in the cloud
  • Understand Mobile Application Management (MAM) and Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Prevent data loss in Office 365
  • Configure and manage the compliance manager tools for NIST and GDPR
This book is for IT managers and compliance and cybersecurity officers who have responsibility for compliance and data security in their business.

Matthew Katzer created KAMIND in 1998 to supply solutions using Microsoft and Intel Technologies for small- and medium-sized businesses. Prior to creating KAMIND, Matt worked for Intel Corporation for 17 years managing engineering development, IT projects, and working with the Intel security group. After leaving Intel, Matt pursued the development of technology-related inventions and holds 19 domestic and international patents in related areas. Matt's focus with cloud solutions started in 2009, looking at ways for businesses to improve productivity and manage and secure digital business assets. Matt holds a BSEE degree from the University of Michigan and an Executive MBA from the University of Oregon.

Keywords

security Microsoft Outlook Word Excel Macro MDM BYOD best practices eDiscovery rights management multifactor authentication

Authors and affiliations

  • Matthew Katzer
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