Ensure regulatory compliance in Microsoft 365

Compliance standards such as ISO, HIPAA, and GDPR regulate how your organization keeps data accurate and accessible only to approved employees.

These compliance standards also require you to collect personal data in a way that prevents unauthorized use or disclosure. If you fail to meet mandatory regulations, you risk facing heavy fines for non-compliance.

With Microsoft 365 collaboration opportunities, users leak data faster than you can react, and it’s difficult to tell who’s behind it.

Challenge: Meeting rising compliance requirements

Using healthcare as an example, to be a HIPAA certificate holder, you will have to address the following requirements, which can be resource intensive in standalone Microsoft 365:

Data organization 

The Privacy rule relates to the standards for using and disclosing personal health information.

You must store and organize your sensitive information according to the certificate, so that it can be accessed only by the minimum required number of people.

Since M365 doesn’t offer a single-view report on user access and permissions, your IT team will spend hours retrieving the necessary data from each group, file, and folder, or will have to run custom PowerShell scripts. 

Data protection 

The Security rule establishes standards for the protection of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive data.

You must protect sensitive data against potential security breaches.

In Microsoft 365, you’re often unable to trace user actions and understand who did what, where, and when.


Syskit Point enabled us to satisfy ISO 9001 compliance and auditing needs while dramatically improving tenant security and helped us to better manage our license utilization.

Marin Tica IT Director at Zagreb Airport