Watching Microsoft 365 spread through your enterprise? So are the cyber-criminals

What should protection for your 365 data really look like?


Webinar Microsoft 365 has worked its way into so many facets of our organizations that it can be hard to imagine what life would be like without it.

Well, there’s one lot of people who can envision just that – the cyber-criminals behind ransomware and other malicious attacks.

They know that locking up your 365 installation, and the data in it, will pile pressure on you to meet their ransom demands. Even if you have backups, a laborious restore process can make coughing up for a quick unlock look like a good deal. And if the criminals hit your backups too? Well, they know they’re looking at a jackpot pay out.

This is a major problem – and one that Microsoft recognizes itself. While it has tooling for data retention and compliance, rapid recovery isn’t really part of its toolkit. So, it not only works with data recovery specialists, but even invests in some, like Rubrik.

And you can hear direct from Rubrik about how it approaches true enterprise class protection in this upcoming webinar, Secure Microsoft 365 data with unified management and fast recovery, on February 8 at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm UTC.

Our own Nicole Hemsoth will be joined by Rubrik cloud and data security expert Drew Russell and principal product marketing manager Kim Lambert to discuss what protection looks like when you look beyond compliance and policies.

They’ll be discussing potential risk points in Microsoft 365, and how Rubrik doesn’t just secure your data, but offers unified management across data centers and your cloud applications.

They’ll show how this allows for fast recovery, whether the problem is ransomware or accidental deletion, and you’ll get to see how this works with a live demo.

Joining is easy. Just head here, register, and you’re on your way. Which is just as well, because there could be a stream of cloud threats on their way as well.

Sponsored by Rubrik


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