Bring the security of your on-premises systems to your cloud applications. Provide deeper visibility, granular data controls, and enhanced threat protection.
Identify cloud apps on your network, gain visibility into shadow IT, and get risk assessments and ongoing analytics.
Manage and limit cloud app access based on conditions and session context, including user identity, device, and location.
Get granular control over data and use built-in or custom policies for data sharing and data loss prevention.
Identify high-risk usage and detect unusual user activities with Microsoft behavioral analytics and anomaly detection capabilities.
Identify more than 15,000 apps and assess risk based on 60 different parameters, including regulatory compliance. Discovery tools collect information from firewalls and proxies to know which cloud apps are in use and assign each app a risk score, all without using agents.
Maintain monitoring and control over your cloud apps, even after you approve their use. Set granular access- and activity-level policies, such as allowing a user access from an unmanaged device while blocking the download of sensitive data.
Identify potential ransomware activity using a built-in template and apply file policies to search for unique file extensions. After detecting potential attacks, use the template to suspend suspect users and prevent further encryption of the user’s files.
Set policies and enforce them right away on your cloud apps—whether from Microsoft or third parties, such as Box, Dropbox, and Salesforce. Provide customizable, granular control policies and powerful remediation actions, including quarantine and sharing restrictions. Scan and classify files in the cloud and apply Azure Information Protection labels.
Preserve your usual workflow and set a consistent policy across on-premises and cloud activities while automating security procedures to better protect your cloud applications through integration with your security information and event management (SIEM) and DLP solutions.
Help protect your data whether it’s stored in the cloud or in on-premises infrastructures. You have the flexibility to choose how your encryption keys are managed, including Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) options.