Solving Four Primary Security Challenges of Microsoft SharePoint

This paper examines SharePoint's key risks and recommends best practices to secure SharePoint and protect your organization’s digital assets.

Microsoft Office SharePoint allows information workers to collaborate on documents, gather data from multiple sources, and publish and distribute materials through one central location. And, while its productivity and empowerment benefits can be easily realized, so can its related risks.

What are the four primary risks?

1. Viruses and other malware

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2. Access to inappropriate content

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3. Data leakage of competitive and business intelligence

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4.Data tampering by internal and external users

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