Date: On Demand
Duration: 1 hour
Microsoft Teams deployments and usage has exploded in the wake of global stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While maximizing productivity is the goal, added security measures may be needed to protect against escalating cyber threats. After all, any time you rapidly implement new technology, it can be easy to make mistakes that leave you vulnerable to attack.
During this 60-minute webinar, security experts Nathan O’Bryan (MCSM/MVP) and Curtis Johnstone (MVP) will share their top Microsoft Teams deployment considerations and explain how these choices can have a lasting impact on your Teams security and governance.
The webinar will specifically cover:
- How security requirements differ for cloud and on-premises applications.
- Why Teams requires unique security and reporting configurations.
- Methods for understanding who's using your cloud resources and how to secure these resources.
- Best practices in protecting and monitoring Teams.
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Nathan O'Bryan, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Nathan is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Messaging and a Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services from Portland, OR. He specializes in Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory, Azure, and a bit of Skype for Business. He has spent over 25 years working in IT, starting as a Banyan Vines administrator for the United States Marine Corps. Since then Nathan has worked for companies like GE Capital, Kaiser Permanente, and a couple of mid-sized consulting firms.
Curtis Johnstone, Microsoft Office Apps and Services MVP, Senior UC Product Architect, Quest
Curtis has 20 years of experience designing and delivering management solutions that enable enterprises to securely adopt, deploy, and manage their Microsoft applications and services. He is a ten year Microsoft MVP recipient, with deep expertise in Microsoft Office 365 including Teams, Skype for Business, Exchange Online, Azure Active Directory, and their Microsoft on-premises server counterparts. Curtis is a Distinguished Engineer and Microsoft Office Apps & Services MVP in the Platform Management Business Unit at Quest Software.