Don’t Put Your Data at Risk by Ignoring Guest Access in Microsoft Teams

Organizations rolling out Microsoft Teams have made secure employee access a priority, while third parties and non-employee access remains an afterthought or is simply turned off. With 59% of companies reporting they’ve experienced a data breach caused by one of their vendors or third parties (Ponemon Institute), guest access can’t be ignored. 

Users will share data with third parties and it’s in your best interest to provide a safe and controlled collaboration environment to prevent breaches. Microsoft Teams absolutely can be that safe place – but only if the right information protection and security controls are in place.

5 Tips for Securing Guest Access in Teams

Join Nucleus Cyber’s Steve Marsh for a webinar on the challenges, best practices and tools to Secure Guest Access in Teams on Wednesday, August 26th at 2:00pm EST. Steve will discuss:

  • The impact of third party access on data security
  • The challenges of providing guest access via Teams and third party tools
  • Tips to ensure information protection controls meet the changing security risks as Teams grow and change

About the Presenter

Steve Marsh, VP Product, Nucleus Cyber

Steve is responsible for driving product management and product marketing to deliver first class customer experiences, strategic product roadmaps and key go to market messaging. Steve brings almost 20 years of product and domain expertise to Nucleus Cyber drawing from his previous experience as a former Microsoft UK SharePoint Product Manager and VP of Product Management at Metalogix.