Lawyers look at me blankly when I ask that question. But it is a question posed by Microsoft itself. Let me offer a small tidbit from Microsoft's "Introducing the Office 365 Secure Score" web page:
"Ever wonder how secure your Office 365 organization really is? Time to stop wondering - the Office 365 Secure Score is here to help. Secure Score analyzes your Office 365 organization's security based on your regular activities and security settings and assigns a score. Think of it as a credit score for security."
Office 365 isn't magically secure out of the gate. It needs some help from your end. Secure Score looks at the Office 365 services you use and then looks at your settings and activities before assigning you a score that represents the quality of your security practices.
When we get a new client that is using Office 365, it is standard practice now to run "Secure Score." And the results are usually dreadful. You don't have to reach the pinnacle here – as we always say, the object is to "get to good."
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