Microsoft Zero Trust

 
English Introductory and overview Security

Microsoft has adopted a modern approach to security called “Zero Trust,” which is based on the principle: never trust, always verify.

Speakers

Abdul Kazi

Azure Architect | MCT | Blogger | Mentor | Speaker | Learner

Azure Architect | MCT | Blogger | Mentor | Speaker | Learner

Christopher Gill

Cloud and Modern Workplace Advocate | Learn-it-all | Blogger | Mentor | Speaker | Diversity & Inclusion Ally

My name is Christopher Gill and I am a Technologist, Windows Insider, and learn-it-all with a combined 17 years of experience in Systems Engineering, Virtualization Design and Administration, Enterprise Architecture/Monitoring, DevOps, and Application stack management. I currently work at Nixon Peabody LLP as a Manager of Microsoft Applications, and hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from St. Bonaventure University, as well as over 30 technology industry certifications. I am passionate about learning and growing a community of experts, and am frequently found on social media sharing best practices and experiences helping others be successful in their Datacenter and Cloud management journeys. I love to spend time with my wife and two superhero children, creating and discovering with IoT, STEM, music, and culinary arts.

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