As more enterprise organizations embrace remote and hybrid work and bring together employees and external partners spread around the globe, they are faced with new challenges to ensure their sensitive data stays safe.
This includes data from Miro, a visual workspace for innovation that enables distributed teams of any size to build the next big thing. But with 40% of full-time employees working from home at least part of the time, there is greater risk. That means IT and security teams must find a way to ensure all of their users’ data and content stays safe. They need visibility into the activities happening within apps such as Miro: user behavior, access attempts, and any other data where anomalies could signal a threat.
At Miro, we’re committed to ensuring that enterprise admins have all the tools they need to monitor Miro user activity and quickly identify any actions that seem suspicious. That’s why we’ve partnered with Microsoft on a new integration — Defender for Cloud Apps.
“We’ve collaborated with Miro on end-user integrations that have empowered teams worldwide, and today, we take our partnership to new heights by focusing on security integrations.”MAAYAN BAR-NIV, General Manager, Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps
Maayan continues: “Together, by leveraging the power of Miro’s collaborative platform and integrating it seamlessly with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps, we can help organizations to strengthen their security posture while maximizing productivity.”
Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is a holistic SaaS Security solution that helps organizations to safeguard their data, mitigate risks, and reinforce their overall SaaS Security posture. Defender for Cloud Apps is part of Microsoft 365 Defender, which means enterprise admins can use the same interface to gain insights into their Miro users’ activities and correlate signals across apps, identities, endpoints, email, and collaboration.
With a vision to build the leading enterprise ecosystem, we at Miro are continuing to expand our enterprise capabilities by partnering with top security and compliance vendors. While our core features delight users and enable teams to innovate across hybrid, distributed, and remote teams, we continue to design and build Miro Enterprise with IT, security, compliance, and legal teams in mind.
With this partnership, Miro has extended its integrations with leading Identity, SIEM, and XDR vendors. Whether you prefer Microsoft 365 Defender or one of our other security integrations for tools you already use, your Miro data stays safe.