Cybersecurity remains a critical management issue in the era of digital transforming. In April, Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer of Microsoft, published a blog post to discuss a Cybersecurity Tech Accord, and to reinforce the importance of supporting an open, free, and secure Internet. As Brad mentions in his post, one of the core principles of the proposed Tech Accord is to empower users, customers, and developers to strengthen cybersecurity protection.
As part of our work on this principle, we are continuing to build and enhance the Assessments available in Compliance Manager to help organizations implement and verify security controls for their Microsoft cloud tenant.
With the July release of Compliance Manager, we are announcing the availability of new and updated Assessments for Office 365 and Azure:
You can create these new Assessments in Compliance Manager today. To learn about how to add new Assessments, please see the support documentation.
Since we released Compliance Manager in February, many companies have begun using it as part of their overall compliance process. We’d like to share one such story with you. Watch this video and see how the biggest stadium in France uses Compliance Manager to protect confidential data with Microsoft 365:
If you are not familiar with Compliance Manager, you can download this white paper to learn more. We will continue to add Assessments for Microsoft Cloud services, so keep watching the Security, Privacy, and Compliance blog.
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