Scott Edwards and Ben Curry were chosen to present during five different sessions alongside 27 other industry leaders at SPTechCon (Nov 12-15) in Washington D.C.
At his first session, Scott will discuss the compliance landscape of Office 365 and how you can take advantage of the Office 365 infrastructure to ensure that your organization is compliant yet cognizant of enterprise user requirements. His second session will focus on how FedRAMP, DISA SRG, NIST 800-171, and DFARS 7012 interact to create a set of security requirements that the Government requires when doing business with the Department of Defense along with other federal agencies.
Ben’s first session will elaborate on data governance controls, such as DLP, eDiscovery, Data Classification, Azure RMS, Azure Information Protection, IM Policies, SharePoint Online, and ODB governance. Attendees will also learn about the high-level approach for designing these controls with a live demonstrations in Office 365. At the second session, Ben will discuss the importance of mobile device management, starting with the controls for device compliance and configuration, the latest app management capabilities of mobile phones, and concluding on the configuration of mobile content management and how Microsoft apps integrate with SharePoint Online and ODB.
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Scott Edwards will be leading a webinar with a fellow cyber security expert to discuss the updates from SPTechCon and new Government regulation news.
Ben Curry's Classes:
Office 365 Data Governance: A holistic approach to managing data in Office 365: http://www.sptechcon.com/classes#Office365DataGovernanceAholisticapproachtomanagingdatainOffice365
Office 365 has an abundance of governance controls, but nowhere are they neatly bound together for ease of configuration and implementation. This session will show you all the data governance controls, such as DLP, eDiscovery, Data Classification, Azure RMS, Azure Information Protection, IM Policies, SharePoint Online and ODB governance, Records Management, legacy SPSite controls and the new O365 feature “Labels.” You’ll learn the high level of “how to” design these controls along with real-world, live demonstrations of the technology.
The Sky’s the limit: Enabling Mobile Device Management in Office 365 via Azure Intune: http://www.sptechcon.com/classes#TheSkysthelimitEnablingMobileDeviceManagementinOffice365viaAzureIntune
EMM, MDM, MIM, MCM, MAM – what do these mean? Why do I care? Can’t I just skip mobile or use the free stuff? How has the cloud changed the importance of MDM? This session will be a fast-paced deep dive into Azure Intune and Microsoft’s latest version of mobile device management. We’ll start with MDM and the controls for device compliance and configuration. Next, you’ll see the latest app management capabilities for iPhone, Android, and Windows. Last, we’ll walk through the configuration of mobile content management and how the Microsoft apps integrate with SharePoint Online and ODB.
Creating an Office 365 Security Strategy (Tutorial): http://www.sptechcon.com/classes#4KeystoAvoidtheSlipperySlopeofContentMigration
There are so many different features, software, and security controls in Office 365 that it can be overwhelming to begin building a security approach and security plan. This tutorial will guide you through the process of first understanding the options available, then sorting those in a logical order so that creating a security plan will be (mostly) painless. This tutorial will walk you through planning for the major security areas such as:
- Data Governance
- Tenant Security
- eDiscovery and classification
- Azure Information Protection
- Azure AD security options
- OneDrive for Business Governance and Security
- …and more!
Scott Edwards' Classes:
HIPPA, PCI, ISO, Oh My!! Understanding the Office 365 Compliance Landscape: http://www.sptechcon.com/classes#HIPAAPCIISOOhMyUnderstandingtheOffice365ComplianceLandscape
Microsoft has spent many years and billions of dollars building a secure, cloud-based infrastructure that meets industry and governmental compliance requirements around the world. This includes ISO 27001, HIPAA, NIST, FISMA/FedRAMP, PCI, SAS 70 / SSAE16 and other certifications. In this session, we will cover the breadth of that compliance landscape and how you can take advantage of the infrastructure in place to ensure that your organization is compliant while providing your users with the most up to date technologies and capabilities available.
Office 365, DFARS 7012 and NIST 800-171: What you need to know: http://www.sptechcon.com/classes#Office365DFARS7012andNIST800171Whatyouneedtoknow
Whether you are government and have NIST 800-53 or NIST 80-171 needs, or you do business with the Federal Government and must meet the December 2017 or 2018 deadlines, this session will help you understand how FedRAMP, DISA SRG, NIST 800-171, and DFARS 7012 interact to create a set of security requirements that you must meet to continue to do business with the Department of Defense. Very soon, it won’t just be DoD contractors, it will be any organization doing business with the Federal Government that must meet these requirements! This session will show you how Microsoft Office 365 can help you meet these requirements. Both Azure and Office 365 have FedRAMP certification, assuming you attend this session and learn how to correctly implement. This session will help you understand how Office 365 can help you, what you need to do, and the timeline you must get it done. We will cover the controls needed to adhere to the policy, and licensing required to provide the necessary controls.