Cloud applications, such as Office 365, Google Workspace, Dropbox or Salesforce, are indispensable these days. Much of your company data is cloud native, but you also have to ensure sufficient protection here; you can’t rely solely on the cloud platform used.
Protecting Office 365 goes further than basic anti-spam and anti-phishing protection. The data in OneDrive must be protected by a next-gen antivirus, and your account must be protected against account takeover attacks.
In addition to the typical public cloud environments, you should also consider your own private or other cloud environment. Think about installing extra website protection (WAF) or a secure connection to your own cloud.