Data Classification and Protection

Secure your enterprise with a proven cloud-native data security strategy

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Protect Your Data and Secure Your Business

As global businesses move to the cloud and remote work becomes the norm, criminal minds have followed closely in our wake. Breaches are becoming more frequent and severe. In response, security needs to be part of the equation from the moment data is created, and protection must become integral to the data’s lifecycle. Policy-based and automated classification is paramount to a proper data assurance strategy. Our Data Classification and Protection (DCaP) for Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) provides this holistic security approach.

DCaP protects your sensitive information from unauthorised access, facilitates regulatory compliance and data privacy and enables secure collaboration. Tailored to your specific requirements, we work with you to design and manage the classification taxonomy and policies. We integrate the solution with your security framework, enabling you to have complete visibility and control no matter where users are connecting from. MIP, combined with our managed Intelligent Endpoint Protection, Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) and threat monitoring service, allows you to secure your Microsoft Office data following a Zero Trust approach.

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Our Services

Advisory

Develop a strategy, design guide and implementation plan that aligns with your security framework and reduces your threat exposure.

Implementation

Ensure MIP is deployed in a manner conducive to your overall security programme and objectives, in alignment with industry best practices.

Managed Services

Support the day-to-day operations of MIP and continually drive data security improvements to help prevent leaks.

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