Teams: Top Security Use Cases

Microsoft Teams is a collaborative communication platform that facilitates seamless teamwork through chat, video conferencing, file sharing, and integration with other Microsoft 365 applications, promoting productivity and remote collaboration.
How Adaptive Shield Helps Secure Teams
Teams is a powerful collaboration tool that encourages communication, file sharing, and chat. However, it also provides access to a wide array of sensitive data that could compromise a company’s strategic planning and future growth if exposed. 

Adaptive Shield prevents data leakage and oversees Teams policies through automated, 24/7 configuration monitoring, ensuring that security teams are notified whenever configuration changes weaken Teams’ security posture.

Set User Level Policies

Control default policies following best security practices for meetings, messaging, collaboration, and permissions
  1. Dlal-in and lobby policies
  2. Chat permissions
  3. Channel management policies

Limit External Access

Reduce the risk of data leakage and malicious attacks from external users chatting with employees
  1. Prevent unmanaged external users from starting a conversation
  2. Disable guest ability to delete or edit messages
  3. Disable guest ability to delete chat channels
  4. Disable guest access to prevent them from sharing malicious files and links
  5. Restrict anonymous participants from starting or joining a meeting
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ISO 27001 Compliant
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ISO 27701 Certified
SOC 2 Compliant
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