McAfee to boost security coverage for Microsoft Dynamics 365

McAfee MVISION Cloud will now provide enhanced security coverage for Microsoft Dynamics 365

McAfee Enterprise’s MVISION Cloud, part of its secure access service edge (SASE) offering, MVISION Unified Cloud Edge (UCE), now provides enhanced security coverage for Microsoft Dynamics 365, a line of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software applications. 

It uses a frictionless API-based cloud-native approach that allows IT teams to seamlessly enforce data loss prevention (DLP) policies and collaboration controls, access control, address threats from insiders and compromised accounts, audit all user activity and secure corporate data as users collaborate in the cloud.

“We are constantly looking for innovative ways to help organisations safely adopt new applications to their cloud portfolio,” said Anand Ramanathan, vice president of products, McAfee Enterprise. “With MVISION Cloud for Dynamics, security operations center teams can take quicker and more informed actions, ultimately resulting in enhanced security and improved business outcomes.”

 

MVISION Cloud for Dynamics 365


Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a portfolio of business applications that allows organisations to deliver operational excellence and create engaging customer experiences. It brings together customers and products, people and data to bridge sales and service, supply chains, and storefronts with connected business applications to reach more customers in more places. 

MVISION Cloud for Dynamics 365 provides an advanced set of security tools that are delivered via API, enabling holistic security controls across Dynamics 365. MVISION Cloud for Dynamics leverages the MVISION UCE Platform—offering a cloud-native solution for organizations to consistently protect their data and defend against threats in the cloud. MVISION Cloud delivers:

  • Data Loss Prevention and Response Action: Monitors sensitive messages and files posted in entities, both in real time and on demand, helping users take corrective action and minimise the risks to their organisation. Customers can set content policies that fit their needs and apply those policies across Dynamics 365 and other cloud apps like Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, and more.
  • Comprehensive remediation. Enables the auditing of regulated data uploaded to Dynamics and remediates policy violations by coaching users, notifying administrators, restoring and deleting user actions. End users can self-correct their violations, thereby reducing the burden on IT security teams.
  • Access control: For managed and unmanaged devices, assuring a customer can permit only the approved devices to connect to Dynamics 365.
  • Activity Monitoring & Anomaly and Threat Detection: Maps to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework via McAfee’s cloud access security broker technology, delivering a precise method for administrators to hunt, detect and stop cyberattacks on Dynamics 365.

Russ Connell, Sr. Partner Development Manager, Microsoft said, “We’re pleased to see McAfee’s commitment to supporting and securing this ever-increasing demand. MVISION Cloud integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365’s APIs—ensuring our joint customers can successfully meet key security and compliance requirements.”


 

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