There’s a new sheriff in town and he’s here to secure your Office 365, SharePoint, OneDrive and hybrid cloud deployments. The community around Microsoft SharePoint has grown exponentially since its creation in 2001. When you add Office 365 into the mix, SharePoint groups can now be extended outside of the intranet using the cloud. As these types of transformations take place, it is imperative to reevaluate the way you secure the data being stored and delivered using these products. The newest release of HiSoftware Security Sheriff helps you secure data hosted in your Office 365, OneDrive, SharePoint Online and hybrid cloud environments.
Cryptzone, the creator of HiSoftware Security Sheriff, has specialized in giving organizations control over their data for well over a decade. CEO Kurt Mueffelmann said, “We recently surveyed SharePoint users during a webinar, and 81% of respondents said user mistakes have been the leading source of actual damage from breaches. Security Sheriff provides organizations with the ability to apply granular security controls around content, to limit the damage that can be done by unfettered collaboration.”
Office 365 gives users abilities to lock down certain aspects of the client. HiSoftware Security Sheriff goes past that to offer deep security functionality. You can setup the Sheriff to inspect, classify, secure and audit data automatically within Office 365 and within hybrid clouds environments. Security Sheriff will also take your data and automatically encrypt it based on guidelines and conditions that you setup when you configure the software.
Cyptzone acquired HiSoftware in late 2014. The CTO of Cryptzone commented on the new Sheriff release saying, “Enterprises need to understand where users save sensitive data and who’s using it, so it can automatically be secured. Security Sheriff for Office 365 uses our full-text, high-speed policy scanning for real-time monitoring and control of the full document information lifecycle.”
You can learn more about Security Sherrif’s Office 365 content security features by visiting HiSoftware’s website or if you are in Austin, TX, you can stop by the SPTechCon and visit HiSoftware at booth 702 between February 8th and 11th.