The skyrocketing adoption of Microsoft Office 365 has made it a valuable target for cybercriminals. While Microsoft’s security tools and capabilities are a great start, many enterprises moving to Office 365 are finding that they need greater protection across all their cloud applications. The Palo Alto Networks Security Operating Platform delivers all the top requirements for securing Office 365 and other cloud applications. Read this paper for a detailed overview and step by step guide to achieving the visibility, data protection, threat protection, and control you need to protect your company and your data in the cloud.

 

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