This session will cover the three principles of zero trust security and how these apply to protecting your Azure tenants. In this session I will cover how to protect and mitigate against ransomware and cryptomining attacks and discuss methods for minimising the blast radius if you suffer a security breach.
Alan has been an IT Professional for over 20 years. Specialising in infrastructure, he has a strong focus on cloud services and in particular with Microsoft Azure which he has been using since 2015. Alan works for MicroWarehouse, an Irish cloud aggregator as Azure technical lead. This varied role involves assisting Microsoft partners with pre-sales consultations, solution architecture and delivering sales and technical training. Alan is a Microsoft Azure MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He likes to write blogs on Microsoft Azure and participate in community events.
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