The Cyber Security Assessment Tool examines your entire company network and your Microsoft 365 and Azure environment for possible vulnerabilities.
Among other things, the tool assesses device patch management to see if Windows is configured securely. We check administrative permissions and external users in Microsoft 365, Teams and shared documents in SharePoint. In this way, the assessment shows exactly where your security has weak spots.
The Cyber Security Assessment Tool delivers a clear action plan to improve the cyber security of your organization, exactly where it is needed. This includes clear technological and procedural measures, so that you can get started right away.
|Speed: unlike some tools, CSAT has been designed to be fast, it is easy to deploy, and quick to extract results.
Visibility: Providing a single and rationalised view of all vulnerabilities across all of your Microsoft estates, which includes the context of system impact and business risk.
|Action: Creates an immediate action plan for improvement, with business context priority to ensure you know what to do and when to deliver the most efficient risk reduction.
Can you readily answer the question: “How secure is my Microsoft Environment?”
Breaking this question down a little further, do you know, at this moment, what your weaknesses are in relation to these threats within your MS estate:
It is important to check how good your cyber security is. You preferably do this periodically, because these types of cyber-attacks and malware continue to develop. Moreover, one wrong mouse click can have major consequences, which are not always immediately visible. A regime of ongoing assessment is a strategy to prevent an attack and a data breach.
Securescore is Microsoft’s own inbuilt security posture measurement service, with the key differences vs CSAT being:
No, a Penetration Test cannot ethically attack and attempt to exploit MS O365 as Microsoft won’t allow this and they are the hosts of the systems. Although it’s your data, it’s only MS who can approve a pen-test and they do not support Customer pen-tests. Hence you need a tool that can examine what’s enabled, what’s missing and contrast with best practice and what is right for your business risk appetite.