Azure Security FUN-damentals

 
English Introductory Security

Azure has a wide array of security capabilities and tools, with these we can create secure solutions on a secure Azure platform. This Session explores that world of security, starting with some FUN-damentals you will need to know.

Speaker

Neil Hambly

Beacon Intelligence CEO, MCT and Presenter

Neil Hambly is an MCT, SQL Server & Power Platform consultant, CEO & founder @ Beacon Intelligence, Microsoft Partner Gold Data & Analytics Partner, held roles at Northdoor, ABN AMRO, Accenture, ASOS, BBC, Confio Software Neil has 20+ years in a variety of SQL Server roles Presented at 350+ events, at numerous usergroup and PASS events, PASS Summits & SQL Saturdays & many UK events (SQLBits, SQLRelay), Leader of Data Platform London, SQL Cruise Technical Lead who likes Guinness, Loves whisky and dancing.

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