Microsoft 365 Security Hardening

Our Microsoft 365 Security Hardening Service will uncover the security gaps within your Microsoft cloud environment that represent risk to your organization.

We'll conduct a broad assessment and create an action plan to get your Microsoft 365 environment on solid footing following Microsoft's security guidelines and industry best practices. We'll also make recommendations on solutions that can provide additional protection and value to your business.


We review key features and configurations of Microsoft 365 and Azure, such as multi-factor authentication, non-expiring passwords, forwarding rules, improper access, abnormal login attempts, and a multitude of other important security settings.

Azure Active Directory

  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Password Policies
  • Self Service Password Reset
  • Blocking Legacy Authentication
  • Abandoned Accounts
  • Global Admin Review

Exchange Online

  • Mailbox Delegation
  • Forwarding Rules
  • Email Encryption
  • Advanced Threat Protection Configuration
  • Phishing and Spam Protection
  • SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Review

Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive

  • Team / Channel Creation Permissions
  • File Sharing & Storage Options
  • Guest Access
  • 3rd-Party Application Review
  • Advanced Threat Protection Policies
  • Data Loss Prevention Policies
  • OneDrive Sync Client Review
  • OneDrive Folder Redirection

Additional Feature Reviews

  • Microsoft 365 Data Backup Review
  • Intune / Mobile Device Management Review
  • Alerting & Reporting

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