It’s time to rethink our approach to security.
Cloud applications, and the mobile workforce have redefined the security perimeter. Employees are working remotely, and bringing their own devices. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has now added to the strain of securing your organization. The pandemic has forced many businesses into supporting a primarily home-based workforce.
During these challenging times, it is vital to ensure your organization is not only working, but collaborating securely. Network-based security is no longer adequate to secure organizations against potential threats.
A new security model must be adopted to enable the mobile workforce and protect identity, devices, applications and data wherever they are located. Each request made by a user or service is properly authenticated, authorized, and protected with encryption end-to-end. This is the basis for the “Zero Trust” security model. Zero Trust teaches us to “never trust, always verify.”
The Guiding Principles Incorporated:
- Verify explicitly
- Use Least privileged access
- Assume compromise
With that in mind – Microsoft has identified 12 key tasks to help security teams implement the most important security capabilities, as quickly as possible. These tasks work to secure six foundation elements: identities, devices, applications, data, infrastructure and networks.
Join us, Thursday, April 9, as we discuss best practices for leveraging Microsoft 365 Security for remote work.
This is our second in 3-part series of educational webinars from our Microsoft experts, designed to help you develop business solutions for today’s environment while learning how to quickly and effectively tackle new challenges during a crisis.
Upcoming Webinar Dates & Topics:
- 4/16 – Accelerate Adoption & Change Management for Remote Work With Teams
- 4/16 – Preparing for Project Cortex and the Future of Knowledge Management
Conflict on April 9th? Register, and we will send you the presentation slides, along with the webinar replay to watch at your convenience. Note: Be sure to check the box on your Eventbrite order form when prompted, if you are interested in attending our final webinar in this series.