Today we discuss security, compliance, privacy and transparency from the ground up. It is pervasive throughout the trusted, enterprise-grade protection matrix of Microsoft 365 (Office 365). As the pendulum of perception shifts to more trust in the cloud, we double down with an episode of The Intrazone filled with insights from experts behind and in front of threat protection and cloud security: Bill Baer, Debraj Ghosh, and Matt Swann.
We examine the Microsoft strategy and vision for Microsoft 365, SharePoint, OneDrive and connected technologies. We cover the built-in AI of our intelligent services, security best practices and the real people actively protecting your data day in and day out. Also in the mix are more of our favorite three-letter acronyms (TLAs) – such as DLP, DRM, ATP, AIP, and the notorious FLA (four-letter acronym): GDPR. You'll also learn the tactics behind Microsoft's Red Team and Blue Team.
So, which team are you on? After this there is no turning back. You pick the blue team, this security exercise ends... you choose the red team, you stay in the Interwebs and we show you how deep the depths of Microsoft security go. Remember, all we’re offering is Trust … listen in …
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