Solace Secure 365

Is Your Organization at Risk for Cyber Attacks?

Safeguard Your Data with Solace Secure 365 and Microsoft 365 Business


of cyber attacks begin with a phishing email


average cost of damage to businesses


of businesses report a critical data breach

Solace Secure 365 manages, reports, and integrates the features of Microsoft 365 Business with advanced security options to safeguard users and data.

Are You Ready to Safeguard Your Organization's Data?

Advanced Email Security Management

Advanced Threat Protection that provides protection against phishing attacks, spammers, and malware downloads that are often shared through emails. Advanced email security to protect your organization from user error clicks and external attacks.

Login Security Management

Protect user credentials with two-factor authentication and custom login rules and policies to prevent users from exposing credentials.

Advanced Network Security Management

Protect your network from external attacks with third party vulnerability scanning. Vulnerability alerts, advanced monitoring, and internal and external reports will keep your network secure.

Free Security Evaluation

Do you know how to protect your organization’s data from cyberattacks?  We do – contact us for more information.

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Microsoft 365 Business is an integrated solution, bringing together the best-in-class productivity of Office 365 with advanced security and device management capabilities to help safeguard your business.

1 KnowBe4. (2017, November 29). 91% of cyberattacks begin with spear phishing email. Retrieved from: https://blog.knowbe4.com/bid/252429/91-of-cyberattacks-begin-with-spear-phishing-email 2 Ponemon Institute. (2017, September). 2017 State of Cybersecurity in Small & Medium-Sized Businesses (SMB). Retrieved from https://csrps.com/Media/Default/2017%20Reports/2017-Ponemon-State-of-Cybersecurity-in-Small-and-Medium-Sized-Businesses-SMB.pdf, 3 Champlain College, Graduate Studies, 2017; “Internet priivacy in the digital age.” Retrieved from: http://mastersinlaw.champlain.edu/internet-privacy-in-the-digital-age/

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