Keeping your data safe in a chaotic world

English Intermediate Security

BYOD, Remote Working, Mobile, you name it! There are multiple ways to get work done and securing your data has never been more important. In this session, David Nudelman will cover a small number of steps required to protect your data, looking at different security levels and tracking options, including revoke access to a file if it has been compromised.


David Nudelman

Independent industry expert

Modern Workplace professional dedicated to early adoption of Endpoint Management and productivity technologies. 7-time Microsoft MVP. Co-founder of

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