Staying Safe with Microsoft

A CSOs Guide to the Four Critical Security Events


Protect Your Business from All Threats

Exploited vulnerabilities can be expensive, both financially and in lost customer trust.

  • Data Breaches
  • Inadequate Identity and Access Management Process
  • Insecure Interfaces & APIs
  • Gaps in Due Diligence
  • Malicious Insiders

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  • What Does Microsoft Do About IT Security?

  • How to Prevent and Mitigate Data Breaches

  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: A Necessity

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  • The Cloud Myth: If Data Moves to the Cloud, You Lose Control Over Your Technology

  • What Should a Security Test Look Like?

  • Avoiding Non-Malicious Data Loss

  • Understanding the Liability of Poor Identity and Access Management

  • Advanced Persistent Threats

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