IT checklist for security of remote work at SMBs - securing data

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Businesses that work with sensitive data will often require protection against accidental leakage of data, as well as policies for retention of data, and classification of data through sensitivity labels. For businesses concerned about the governance and oversight, there are additional configuration options to consider when using Microsoft Teams. And then there’s defenses against spam, viruses, malware, phishing and encryption protection to consider when using Exchange and Outlook. We’ll go over all of these and more. Speakers: David Bjurman-Birr, Security Architect at Microsoft & Tim Sinclair, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft.

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