Safeguard your data with Microsoft 365
Guard against threats
Guard against unknown threats with Advanced Threat Protection
Get extended protection against unknown threats from spam, malware, viruses, phishing attempts, and malicious links through a set of security features called Advanced Threat Protection
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Safe attachments in the inbox
Suspicious email attachments are scanned in real time with sophisticated techniques that detect new types of malware previously not seen.
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Time of click protection against suspicious links
Attackers sometimes try to hide malicious URLs with seemingly safe links that are redirected to unsafe sites. The Safe Link feature scans suspicious links in real time to protect users from clicking through to unsafe sites.
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Protection from malicious link on the web
Even if a user clicks a potentially malicious link in an email, Advanced Threat Protection’s Safe Links feature shows a warning screen or blocks users before navigating to the website.
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Secure business data
Protect your company data on personal mobile devices
Secure your business data on employees’ personal devices through a series of security policies—such as requiring PIN access to view company data like email on personal devices—reducing the risk of non-employees intentionally or unintentionally accessing your business data.
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Restrict copying or saving of your business data on personal devices
Restrict the copying or saving of company information to personal apps or unauthorised locations with mobile app protection policies. You can also prevent users from forwarding company data to their personal email accounts. Mobile app protection also prevents users from changing the sender email ID to personal or non-business accounts, ensuring users cannot forward company data to their personal accounts.
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Use information protection to control how your company information is transmitted and viewed with Information Rights Management
Ensure that only authorised people can access sensitive company information by applying security policies like “Do Not Forward,” “Encrypt,” etc. on emails.
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Secure your devices
Protect work files when devices are lost or stolen
Through simple toggle options, these settings help protect your company data if a user’s mobile device is lost or stolen.
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Manage how users access company data on mobile devices
These settings provide an extra layer of security for company data accessed through mobile devices, like requiring a pin to access office apps or preventing users from copying content to personal apps.
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Selectively wipe company data on personal devices
Secure your business data by selectively wiping company data on personal devices of employees who have left the business, or in the case of a lost or stolen device.
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