In the past, company networks ran in-house and on physical servers. Nowadays, there’s the cloud with infrastructure, platform and software services accessible via the internet. While this is convenient, it also creates new digital threats: malware, hackers and ransomware. Microsoft invests heavily – more than €1 billion – in the physical security of their data centres and digital security and research. A team of 3,500 cybersecurity experts do everything in their power to secure your company data in the Microsoft cloud.
Your cloud provider is responsible for the security of the cloud infrastructure, but you are responsible for everything that happens within that infrastructure. Depending on which cloud services you use, Microsoft secures, for example, the physical and digital infrastructure, operational systems and applications. When you request your data, the exchange also takes place securely because you want to work with it. You protect your company data by specifying who gets access to your data, what user rights that person has, and by creating security awareness.