Guillaume has been instrumental in commercializing Sherweb’s Infrastructure as a Service solutions for public and private cloud. He has more than 15 years of experience developing and marketing web services for both B2B and B2C platforms. Prior to his current position, Guillaume managed Sherweb’s security and compliance product portfolio. He holds a degree in CIS, and has business training from McGill University.
The topic here is Sherweb’s new Alliance program.
Sherweb’s Office Protect has been around for quite a while. It adds a serious layer of security to O365/M365. The default Office configuration is designed for enterprise clients, and their defaults are good for a large slice of users. Office Protect fixes some obvious problems, such as turning on 2FA and logging. Both are off by default. That’s great . . . until something goes wrong.
Office Protect basically implements a new set of “best practices” defined by you, rather then assuming that Microsoft is taking care of your best interest.
So what’s new? The Office Protect Alliance offering actually monitors those logs, analyzes alerts, and even fixes problems. As Guillaume notes, they take over the problem-solving and you keep the client relationship (and money).
He also gives some great examples and information about how insurance companies and hackers both scan your web presence to see how professional you look on the security front. The insurance company wants to determine whether you’re a larger risk; hackers are looking at the same information to determine whether you’re a juicy target.
Find out more about Sherweb Office Protect Alliance at: https://www.sherweb.com/blog/security/office-protect-alliance/
Sherweb’s Partner Blog is here: https://www.sherweb.com/blog/category/partner/