May 19 2020
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Feb 19 2021
Our company is just getting to the point where we are nearly sorted for security and best practice.
Well, we are trying to be for a small company, M365/ 20 users/ Intune etc. Staff self-taught.
I sort of visit secure score but it doesn't feel like its accurate.
It seems to vary widely sometimes. So I don't know how much to trust it as a measure of how safe we are as a business?
I am aware they have been changing things recently to make it better.
So should I trust it?
May 19 2020 04:31 AMSolution
@Jeremy_Heath Hello again, I would like to suggest that you look at the Secure Score a guidance as the 'improvement actions' aren't quite applicable for all businesses and scenarios. We've been struggling sometimes but can fulfill one 'improvement action' with another solution, for example third-party or similar, and the Secure Score hasn't any data about that.
May 19 2020 04:45 AM
May 28 2020 12:37 PM - edited May 28 2020 12:41 PM
@Greg Smith Fair enough Greg. Although my example was the actual data collected by Secure Score. Meaning not choosing 'Resolved by third-party' (as we ended up doing during an assessment). Anyway, thanks for your reply. I believe it will be appreciated by all reading this (at least by me!).