The ultimate protection for serious users of Microsoft Office 365
Recognising the weaknesses of traditional access management systems, a central government department worked with CyberHive to design and implement a truly secure implementation of Office 365 which overcomes the security and usability issues associated with alternative technologies.
The technology works by introducing a privileged access management service to act as a bridge between the end user and Office 365. This allows us to introduce three diverse security measures which can be administered independently, eliminating any single point of human error.
Devices are authenticated by the Gatekeeper service before a user can connect to Office 365. Independently, users are then authenticated through Microsoft Active Directory, using a USB/NFC Security Key to provide multi-factor authentication. Furthermore, the whole cloud service is then protected from hackers by CyberHive’s patented “Trusted Cloud” technology.
Simple to use, highly flexible
- Secures all Office 365 features, including Sharepoint, Email & Teams.
- Use from your laptop, even outside the office.
- Simple to use. Just log on to your PC, insert the dongle and go.
- Access from your Mac, iOS or Android devices too!
- Simple to administer.
- Easy to add new machines and users, and to remove lost or old machines.
World Class Security
- Prevents access to Office 365 from the open internet – Secured via IP restrictions.
- Can only connect from computers / mobiles with a unique VPN certificate.
- Requires USB/NFC Security Key & password to access Office 365.
- Secure logging of all access events, moved files etc.
- Protected by CyberHive’s Patented ‘Trusted Cloud’ technology.
Protect against human error
- Multiple independent security features – no single configuration failure can cause a security breach.
- Lost credentials, stolen hardware and phishing cannot result in a data breach.
- Access to the service and user account setup can be administered independently, eliminating any single human error as a cause of a data breach.