SharePoint Defense in Depth is an open community site and resource for those interested in security, defense in depth, compliance, and SharePoint. This community site provides a place to pose questions to experts, and to learn how best to tackle your SharePoint security challenges.
For access to resources including a SharePoint Content Scanner, and SharePoint Risk Assessment, please create a login. Note that to limit spam and non-useful content on this site, we require either a valid corporate e-mail domain, or a legitimate LinkedIn profile for registrants before approving access.
Our simple goal is to provide the SharePoint community with tools and resources that enable you to more effectively secure your SharePoint environments. We encourage you to engage, and post your own tips, tricks, and resource to help make SharePoint sites more secure. If you have ideas as to how we can make the SharePoint Defense in Depth site a better community resource, please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you came to SharePointDefenseInDepth looking for complimentary access to the data discovery tool (Content Scanner), you can request your copy by reaching out to email@example.com. If you'd like to learn more about how to use the scanner and what it can locate check out this video on Vimeo. The first minutes minutes is background material so don't worry if you heard the audio but the video doesn't seem to be moving. …
In early 2015 Microsoft started rolling out per file encryption for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business in Office 365. Prior to that, the file encryption capability in Office 365 was simple BitLocker storage encryption. The newer approach, often referred to as Fort Knox, involved breaking files into fragments and encrypting each file fragment with a unique encryption key. Microsoft sometimes refers to this fragmenting of files as “shredded storage.” The fragment encryption keys (FEK)…
CipherPoint is once again providing free access to the content scanner.Yes, Office 365 has Data Loss Prevention but there are few reasons why you would be interested in this tool vs. the one from Microsoft.
The CipherPoint scanner lets you create custom patterns to find.
The CipherPoint scanner can search for sensitive content in on-premises AND Office 365 at the same time.
How are government agencies deploying SharePoint 2010 despite the fact that SharePoint does not support FIPS 140-2 level validation as required by NIST?The operating system that hosts SharePoint must…Continue
One of our members just posted the above question in his status. Is anyone here using Windows Rights Management (or third party RMS provider) with *any* version of SharePoint? If so, please post your…Continue
Webcast this Thursday, 4/25, 2 PM Easternhttps://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/819270671 Protecting access to sensitive information in SharePoint sites is a significant challenge. Because of the ease of use afforded by SharePoint, threats to information can come from many different threat vectors, and protection strategies are needed to address data in transit, data at rest in storage, and on client devices. With…See More
"Hello,You recently registered for an account on SharePoint Defense in Depth. Due to switching CipherPoint's website early last week, the download link to the content scanner has been broken for the past 10 days. Apologies if you've tried…"
You recently registered for an account on SharePoint Defense in Depth. Due to switching CipherPoint's website early last week, the download link to the content scanner has been broken for the past 10 days. Apologies if you've tried to get the CipherPointCS scanner software download and have been unable to reach it.