In today’s digital age, protecting your business data has never been more important. With the rise of cybercrime, businesses must be vigilant in securing sensitive information. Dynamics 365 Business Central, a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, is no exception. In this blog, we’ll discuss the security measures in place to protect your data in Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Multi-factor authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security process that requires users to provide two or more identification methods before accessing their accounts. In Dynamics 365 Business Central, MFA can be enabled to ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive information.

Data encryption

Data encryption is a security measure that helps to protect your data by converting it into a code that can only be deciphered with a key. Dynamics 365 Business Central uses encryption to protect data in transit and at rest. This means that your data is protected when it’s being transmitted between servers and when it’s stored in the cloud.

Role-based security

Role-based security is a security measure that restricts access to specific areas of the system based on a user’s role. In Dynamics 365 Business Central, administrators can assign roles to users and set permissions for each role. This helps to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information.

Regular security updates

Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, and keeping up with the latest security measures is essential. Dynamics 365 Business Central is regularly updated with the latest security measures to protect your data.

Compliance with security standards

Dynamics 365 Business Central complies with several security standards, including the ISO 27001 standard for information security management, the SOC 2 standard for security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Dynamics 365 Business Central has robust security measures to protect your data. From multi-factor authentication to data encryption and role-based security, you can trust that your sensitive information is protected in the cloud. Regular security updates and compliance with security standards provide an added level of assurance that your data is safe.