Over the years, Office 365 has made significant investments in the areas of security, compliance and privacy—now Office 365 customers can easily assess Office 365’s capabilities in these areas by leveraging Office 365 controls to map with the Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Control Matrix. We hope this helps Office 365 customers efficiently perform their due diligence when evaluating Office 365, onboarding Office 365 or renewing their subscriptions.
AIA is accelerating the speed of employee communication and collaboration to support our continued focus on personal attention to individuals, which has been our way of doing business for the past 90 years. To help achieve this objective, we introduced Microsoft Office 365 business productivity services to more than 20,000 users across the Asia Pacific region where AIA operates.
Today, I’d like to share an update on our OneDrive for Business storage plans, the availability of our Next Generation Sync Client and several other new capabilities we’re delivering in our December update. —Read more from Jeff Teper, Microsoft corporate vice president, about updates to OneDrive for Business.
Maintaining the security and privacy of customer data in Office 365 is our top priority. In line with our efforts to be more transparent with our customers, we have enhanced auditing around Office 365 information security and privacy controls. Office 365 is one of the first major cloud service providers to be assessed against both ISO 27001 and ISO 27018 standards.
Customer security considerations (CSC) workbook can be used by customers to facilitate a quick review and implementation of the security controls available in Office 365. The CSC workbook is designed to provide customers with information on key security and compliance features to consider when adopting, deploying and managing Office 365.