Security & Continuity
Course fee is €100. This course is suitable for technical personnel and is open only to MicroWarehouse transacting CSP Resellers.
To be productive, users collaborate with others both inside and outside the organisation. When your data roams, you still want it to be secure in a way that meets your organisation’s business and compliance policies. Sensitivity labels are used to classify and protect your data, without affecting user productivity. Understanding the different options available can be challenging however Ryan-John Murphy is an expert in the Compliance stack. Over the 3 days he will go into detail the key areas you need to know to protect your data whilst giving real life examples. Join us for these three online half day webinars beginning on Friday 23rd February.
Day One: Mastering Sensitivity Labelling for Files and Emails – Friday 23rd February 9.30 -12.30 Introduction to Sensitivity Labelling: Understanding its Importance and Structure Deep Dive into Creating a Labelling Taxonomy: Best Practices and Tips Hands-on Session: Configuring Labels for Files and Emails Interactive Q&A and Troubleshooting Session
Day Two: Exploring Sensitivity Labelling for Groups and Sites- Friday March 8th 9.30 -12.30
- Unpacking the Structure of Labelling for Groups and Sites
- Step-by-step Guide to Creating a Labelling Taxonomy for Groups and Sites
- Practical Exercise: Configuring Labels for Groups and Sites
- Group Discussion: Challenges and Solutions in Group and Site Labelling
Day Three: Navigating the Complexities of Labelling Auditing- Friday March 22nd 9.30 -12.30
- Introduction to Microsoft Audit: Logging, Monitoring, and Alerting
- Deep Dive into Microsoft Sentinel: Advanced Logging, Monitoring, and Alerting
- Hands-on Session: Setting up Auditing with Microsoft Audit and Sentinel
- Wrap-up Discussion: Key Takeaways, Best Practices, and Next Steps
About the Presenter – Ryan-John Murphy
Ryan-John Murphy has been working in IT for over 22 years now and recently has taken on the role as Senior Compliance Specialist at Microsoft. He co-hosts the ‘All Things Microsoft 365 Compliance’ Podcast and in 2023 he became a Microsoft MVP in the Security and Compliance area.
In his own words:
I have spent most of this time consulting on Microsoft Exchange: designing, deploying, migrating, Exchange 2003, 2010. 2013, 2016 and the most recent 2019. Exchange has permitted me to work for Global Enterprise Businesses within several industries: Global, Retail, Private Banking & Finance, UK & Global Law Firms, UK & EU Education, UK, EU Public Sector, e-Hospitals, Future Energy Cities, Global Telecoms and much more. Consequently, I have had the opportunity to work with some true global leaders in some remarkable countries around the world; Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, Cable & Wireless in Seychelles, Vodafone in Germany, McKinsey & Co, Czech Republic, additionally, Microsoft; Europe & USA. However, more recently I have been working with M365 Compliance, where I have enjoyed this just as much with Exchange. I again find myself working with clients from all over the world looking at their Compliance needs from a regulatory perspective and from a data sovereignty perspective.