Not a whole lot Microsoft related security news this time of year given that most folks take time off during the holiday season. With this in mind, this will be the final Security Saturday newsletter for 2019 and contains posts that were missed in the previous December newsletters.
Vodafone chooses Microsoft security and compliance capabilities for its cloud transformation – Because Vodafone provides critical national infrastructure for millions of customers, it faces extensive security and compliance challenges. These challenges slowed the company’s adoption of cloud services until it implemented Microsoft 365, which includes security and compliance capabilities such as Azure Information Protection, that help protect data across its cloud infrastructure. With Microsoft security and compliance solutions, Vodafone can confidently move forward with its digital transformation.
CISO series: Lessons learned from the Microsoft SOC—Part 3b: A day in the life – For the next two installments in the series, we’ll take you on a virtual shadow session of a SOC analyst, so you can see how we use security technology. You’ll get to virtually experience a day in the life of these professionals and see how Microsoft security tools support the processes and metrics we discussed earlier.
Mobile threat defense and intelligence are a core part of cyber defense – The modern workplace is a mobile workplace. Today’s organizations rely on mobility to increase productivity and improve the customer experience. But the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices has also expanded the attack surface of roughly 5 billion mobile devices in the world, many used to handle sensitive corporate data.