6 March 2018
Join us at this essential Cloud Security workshop at Microsoft Thames Valley Park, Reading RG6 1WA
Securing your Cloud with Microsoft Azure Services
Learn how to stay secure as you transition areas of your business operations to the cloud.
Microsoft Azure Services provides the IT function in your organisation with a rich set of services readily available to deploy and configure.
Ensuring services are protected — including protecting hybrid cloud workloads against threats — is a vital element of your journey to a mature platform.
Join us to understand how you can apply security policies across your workloads, limit your exposure to threats, and detect and respond to attacks.
Learn also how continuous assessment will help you to discover potential security issues, such as systems with missing security updates or exposed network ports.
09:00 Registration and refreshments.
10:00 Welcome and introduction – Harsharn Puar and Eilesh Gondalia, eBECS Cloud Solutions Architects.
10:15 Understanding your security state across cloud workloads – view security across your cloud workloads, discover and onboard new Azure resources, and apply security policies across your hybrid cloud workloads to ensure compliance with security standards. Collect, search and analyse security data from a variety of sources.
11.15 Enabling Adaptive Threat Protection to reduce exposure to attacks – block malware and other unwanted code by applying application controls adapted to your workloads.
13:15 Continuously detect and respond – monitor networks, machines and cloud services for incoming attacks and post-breach activity. Streamline investigation with interactive tools and contextual threat intelligence.
14:00 Hybrid Management with Operation Management Suite (OMS).
This Cloud Security workshop is brought to you by eBECS and Microsoft.
When: Tuesday, 6 March 2018
Where: Microsoft Thames Valley Park, Reading RG6 1WA
Audience: This workshop is suitable for you if you are a non-technical Business Decision Maker or an IT professional who has moved your organisation’s systems/data to the cloud or are considering doing so.
Cost: Free to both eBECS customers and non-customers.