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Hi, @Hakim!
First, check the Microsoft Secure Score (MSS) dashboard to understand your organization's current security posture. For this, you would need admin access. You can access Secure Score through the quick launch bar in the Microsoft 365 Defender portal. 

A score below 30% indicates that your environment is highly vulnerable to threats. The recommended security level is 80%, while a 100% score can be attained when Microsoft 365 Defender is working to its fullest potential with the help of a third-party solution. In addition to a general evaluation of your security posture, you will see the suggested improvements.

What can you do to secure your Microsoft 365 environment?

  • Implement multi-factor authentication.
  • Educate your employees.
  • Disable auto-forwarding for email.
  • Integrate email protection against phishing attacks.
  • Pay more attention to the admin accounts' security.
  • Improve anti-malware protection.
  • Incorporate Basic Mobility and Security to protect your employees' mobile devices.
  • Activate Safe Attachments functionality.
  • Use a backup solution to recover your data when the preventive measures fail.

To read more on the subject, please check our blog post https://www.nakivo.com/blog/top-10-best-practices-to-secure-microsoft-365-for-business-plans/   

Let me know if you have any further questions.

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