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May 2021 Microsoft Security TechTalk
In this webinar, you will cover the basic setup of Defender, how to optimise it for your needs, and the features available from different Microsoft subscriptions.
- Configuring the ‘anti’ and ‘safe’ controls
- Threat protection features across workloads
- Mission critical actions, alerts and reports
About the Microsoft Security TechTalks:
The Microsoft Security TechTalks are free technical workshops. They are semi-structured and include some slides. The aim is to fast-track your learning by sharing the experience of certified Microsoft experts. By joining our monthly TechTalk email list, you’ll stay ahead of the Microsoft Technology curve.
All TechTalks are delivered by qualified Microsoft Solutions Architects with over 10 years’ experience in the delivery of Microsoft infrastructure and security.
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About the presenter
Matt Smith, Microsoft Solutions Architect, Softwerx
Matt offers a blend of deep-technical Microsoft insight combined with a natural ability to communicate clearly at all levels. He has over 10 years’ experience in Microsoft infrastructure and security projects. Matt oversees the roadmap and feature definition for our services by employing a wealth of product knowledge. This places him in an ideal position to understand customer requirements and deliver Microsoft First solutions that match them.
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About a Microsoft First approach:
The Microsoft Security TechTalk Series is part of the Softwerx ‘Microsoft First’ approach for security and compliance. Cambridge Econometrics has benefitted from a Microsoft First approach by leveraging the Microsoft security stack to enable secure hybrid work for their international offices. Read the case study on Microsoft’s website here.