Zero Trust Methodology

 
English Intermediate Other

Describe the Zero Trust model, the shared responsibility model, and defense in depth.

Speaker

Oluwatosin Anishere

Avanade, Cloud Consultant | MCT

Oluwatosin graduated in 2010 with a B.Sc. in Computer Science. She has over ten years of experience, specialising in Microsoft365 and Microsoft Azure Technologies. Her expertise is in administrating Microsoft 365 and architecting Microsoft based Identity, Security and Governance solutions. She has led projects, delivered end-to-end infrastructure management solutions in a cloud environment as a Consultant. Provided technical deployment guidance and best practices for enterprise organisations and has worked on a couple of Microsoft 365 projects. One of which is for a large Financial Institution in Nigeria. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, She has delivered Microsoft role-based courses to IT professionals in the EMEA, NOAM and APAC regions for Microsoft Learning Partners. Over the years, she has onboarded over a thousand Engineers that support Enterprise Customers for Microsoft Globally. She volunteers for TechStylers, a non-profit organisation, Connecting women in Tech and she is also a leader in the Azure Nigeria Community. For more about Oluwatosin, check her website: https://www.anishere.com/

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