Secure Office 2013
Applies to: Office 2013, Office 365 ProPlus
Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-09
Summary: Lists and describes articles that will help you work with the security controls that are available in Office 2013.
Audience: IT Professionals
New security controls are available in Office 2013 to help you plan a robust defense against threats while maintaining information worker productivity.
An organization's success often depends on the productivity of its information workers and the integrity and confidentiality of its intellectual property. Many IT departments find it difficult to satisfy these business needs because protection often comes at the expense of productivity.
The articles that are listed in the following table describe the security controls that are available in Office 2013.
Office 2013 security articles on TechNet
Provides a guide to security-related articles, blogs, and downloads for IT pros deploying Office 2013.
Provides information about new security features in Office 2013: authentication, identity, Web App Catalog, and extension, escrow key, and more.
Provides information that makes it easy for IT professionals to see which security features are in which SKUs, The information applies to both Office 365 and Office 2013.
Explains how Office 2013 security features can mitigate risks and threats to your organization’s Office assets, documents, and processes.
Provides information about how to configure Office security by using the Office Customization Tool (OCT), Administrative Templates and Group Policy, or the Trust Center.
Contains articles that will help you plan the protection settings that you will need when you deploy Office 2013.
Contains articles that will help you plan and configure the Trust Center settings for Office 2013.