SysKit Security Manager 5 Brings Office 365 Health Check

The new version of your favorite security management tool is out! A couple of exciting new functionalities await you: check the health of your Office 365 and SharePoint from a single report and manage your permissions much faster!

Dear reader, this is the functionality of our former product, SysKit Security Manager. Check out our new cloud-based Microsoft 365 governance solution, SysKit Point, to monitor user activity, manage permissions, make reports, and govern your users and resources.

So let’s start.

Do a full Office 365 health check in a second

You don’t need to browse endlessly through objects and permissions to perform a full Office 365 health check. We have sorted the most important security metrics of your environment and displayed it in one Office 365 health status report!

You can see metrics like the number of items with unique permissions, admins with disabled Multi-Factor Authentication, or external sharing users. We take these metrics and the size of your tenant and calculate a score that represents the health of your Office 365 environment. The lower the score, the higher the level of security and health!


When you click on the metrics, you are immediately taken to detailed reports. You can then make changes to and improve the security and health of your environment. With the new Office 365 health status report, the time between issue detection and response is much shorter, making your environment safer.

Boost Office 365 security with the new reports

We have added a couple of new reports that will complete your security reporting toolkit. One report lists all the admins who have disabled Multi-Factor Authentication. Since this poses a security risk to your environment, you can warn your global admin that it should be enabled for them. Another great addition is the All Users report, which lists all the users in the environment. You can also list all objects that have access requests and drill down into them to remove or approve the requests.

Probably the most asked for report is the OneDrive Shared Items report. It shows all users’ OneDrive files that are shared both internally and externally. With this report, you can act in a timely manner if a sensitive file is shared outside the company.

SysKit Security Manager helps you manage OneDrive access delegation: detect the shared files of users who are planning to leave the organization so you can transfer their access to a manager before the files become unavailable.

Report on all OneDrive shared files

In addition, a couple of the reports now exist in live versions. You no longer have to wait for a snapshot to complete to see those report, so you get your data faster.

Manage SharePoint and Office 365 permissions more quickly

Managing permissions is now easier than ever! You can drill down from a report directly to the object you need and change the permissions in a second.

For example, let’s say you have detected in the Permissions Matrix that a user who should not have access to the document library “Payrolls” in fact does. Now, you can just click the drill option and you will be navigated to the library “Payrolls” where you can remove the user. Simple as that.

Drill Office 365 reports to navigate through reports faster

You can also drill down from one report to another to see data from a different angle. So, let’s say you have detected in the Permissions Matrix a user who is having “Full Control” permissions. Now, if you want to see more details for this user, like where else does it have permissions, you just click the drill feature and navigate to the User Permission Details.

In summary, it is easy to see how these new functionalities cut the time necessary to run health checkups and manage security. Be among the first to try the new version! Start with the 30-day free trial or update to new version

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