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Securing Office 365 means securing Email, SharePoint, OneDrive, and a number of other applications offered as part of the Office 365 brand. In addition, it often means securing other SaaS applications such as Salesforce, Box, Workday, ServiceNow, etc. that use the same single sign on (SSO) identity provider as Office 365.
To understand how to secure these applications, one must understand how adversaries attempt to attack them. Below is a list of the four ways the data of these applications gets breached – prioritized by the probability of the threat:
Importantly, one security control, PrecisionAccess, defeats 99% of the attacks – creating the single largest improvement to the security posture of Office 365 possible. And it provides the same increased security for the other SaaS applications.