How much of your business runs on Office 365? Think about it. Your company stores most of its vital information - and that of its clients - in the Microsoft cloud. In fact, 17.1% of the average company's files stored in OneDrive and SharePoint Online contain critical data, including financial records, forecasts, business plans and personal information. We’re talking about payment details, social security numbers, and even user passwords.
Here’s another sobering thought:
A recent study conducted by Skyhigh Networks revealed that an average of 58.4% of a business’s sensitive data in the cloud is stored in Microsoft Office documents.
Office 365 is the most popular business productivity suite in the world. This isn’t breaking news. But there’s a lot at stake for your business when it comes to securing your data. Here’s why:
Last year, Microsoft Office 365 earned the title of the “most popular enterprise cloud service.” With more than 135 million active business users, it has become a golden opportunity for cybercriminals to infiltrate small to midsize businesses.
These attacks are costing businesses of all sizes millions of dollars in damages, and are being launched at Office 365 users at an alarming rate.