Hello Microsoft Partners!
Your customers have heard the scary statistics: 55% of small businesses have been hit by cyberattacks, 60% who are attacked go out of business, and 58% of users accidentally share sensitive information.1 But while they want to safeguard their business, customers may not know where to start. Some may not be aware of their risk.
I wanted to let you know about this upcoming StepUp four-part technical training on how to keep your customers’ data and business safe with Microsoft 365 Business.
Analyze customer risk with Secure Score
Use Secure Score to assess a customer’s risk level and uncover vulnerabilities. Then start a conversation about how Microsoft 365 Business can help keep them secure.
Register here. Thursday, October 11, 2018
Guard against online threats and keep data secure
Learn how Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection & Data Loss Prevention protects customers from unknown malware and viruses and safeguards against harmful links. Discover Microsoft 365 Business features that help customers protect sensitive information, prevent inadvertent disclosure and stay compliant with business standards and industry regulations.
Register here. Thursday, October 18, 2018
Leverage the newest capabilities to protect from security threats
Windows Defender Exploit Guard helps you manage and reduce the attack surface of apps used by your customers. See how it works! Also, learn how Device Management Policies can help protect users from themselves.
Register here. Thursday, October 25, 2018
Protect and classify sensitive documents
See how Azure Information Protection (AIP) can help your customers classify and optionally, protect sensitive documents and emails by applying labels and encryption.
Register here. Thursday, November 1, 2018
After you attend these StepUp webinars, take the information you learn and start a security conversation with customers. You can help protect them from cybersecurity nightmares. They’ll be so thankful you did.
1CYBER SECURITY STATISTICS – Numbers Small Businesses Need to Know, Jan. 3, 2017