Security challenges are universal. Whether it is Microsoft Teams or any other tool, every organization needs to implement additional cybersecurity services to protect its cloud collaboration environment.
When Teams app is used by a multitude of home-bound employees, endpoint security becomes a pressing issue in an organization. Management of random personal devices and monitoring of various cloud-based third-party apps as well as sensitive corporate information shared inside and outside of the organization at an unprecedented scale soon get exhaustive for administrators. Parallelly, it is also important for them to keep the platform secured in an unrestrained manner so that employees enjoy the full benefits of collaboration.
With this regard, using TeamsHUB by Cyclotron which leverages an automated framework for Microsoft Teams governance, steps up your cybersecurity game no matter where your users are and what devices they are using!
In this blog, we will learn about a few handy features in TeamsHUB by Cyclotron using which administrators can reduce most of the IT burdens that revolve around security. Let’s begin:
1. Sensitivity labels
Sensitivity labels help classify and protect your organizational data by applying document-based security protocols. Administrators can easily create or activate them to be applied to any content that is created in your tenant.
Also, you can classify your documents as general, confidential, or highly confidential depending on the sensitivity of the content. This helps the user to determine what can be done with the file. Using a sensitivity label, you can encrypt, apply a confidential header or footer, or give a watermark to your file. This way, the label information will persist with your file or email, even as it is shared between devices, applications, and cloud services.
2. External File Sharing
Do not worry if your team is sharing files externally. Get all your external sharing insights in one place. With TeamsHUB by Cyclotron, you can retain complete control over all the files shared to prevent information loss or theft.
Use a robust monitoring system to track user activity on each external sharing link separately. You can view statistics to cross-check sharing details such as by whom and with whom the file is shared, at what time, how many times it is downloaded, and so on. On suspicion or for any other reason, simply revoke the access.
To know more about security and document tracking, click here.
3. External Collaboration Settings
By configuring external collaboration settings, you can enable or disable users to connect and share files and folders with guests. With the help of TeamsHUB by Cyclotron, you can allow administrator’s approval before adding a guest to your team. Next, you can define different levels of permissions and access to content. For example, you can allow or disallow guests to access a group content, enable or disable guests to invite other guests, allow or block invitations to be sent to specified or any domains and so on.
To know more about external access management, click here.
TeamsHub by Cyclotron strikes the right balance between security and ease-of-use of application with the power of automation. Let your business be compromised no more! TeamsHub by Cyclotron is here to deliver a flawless collaboration experience and maximize user satisfaction by configuring all governance areas critical for your business.