The 10 Step Action Plan: Meeting Your Shared Security Responsibility with Microsoft Azure

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Cloud adoption is increasing at a rapid rate, introducing unique and complex security considerations for users. Security is no longer solely under the control of an organization. It’s an inherent partnership between the organization and the cloud service provider. And organization may not have complete visibility into all aspects or their security. So they need to understand how adopting a cloud-computing model will affect their risk profile related to data security, privacy, and availability. And if they don’t get it right, organizations can compromise the benefits of going to the cloud. Choosing a strong cloud service provider is the first step.

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The Clock is Ticking on Windows Server 2003 Support

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The End of Support (EOS) of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in July 2015 will put millions of enterprise servers at risk. And according to a recent study by leading analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), “More than 80% of enterprise and midmarket organizations still support Windows Server 2003 to some extent.” If your organization uses Microsoft Server 2003, the EOS will introduce serious security risks unless you are fully prepared to migrate to a new platform or put compensating controls in place. Because hackers know that Microsoft will no longer acknowledge or patch vulnerabilities, these servers will quickly become a favorite target for attacks. And the risks of running Windows Server 2003 after EOS will increase over time as more issues are found and not patched.

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Best Practices for Public Cloud Security

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Your IT security team will be your key partner in protecting the cloud, provided they understand the importance of your developers’ time-to-value. Work with your security team to understand the unique challenges of cloud security, especially in the context of the shared security responsibility model, and how these challenges require different solutions. A good partnership between cloud managers and security will help to implement Zero Trust best practices for your cloud.

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21st Century Threats Demand 21st Century Security Approaches

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Welcome to the golden age of hacking. This is the reality that businesses operate in today. An amalgamation of legacy and new technology systems and processes, traditional approaches to information security, and explosion of growth in data collection is pushing enterprises to a breaking point. Hardly a week goes by without news of a data breach discovery — often one where attackers have had access for a long period of time. Targeted attacks and advanced threats are becoming the norm. Stakeholders from across the enterprise are tuning in and recognize that data protection is paramount, yet security leaders continue to face challenges adapting to today’s threats, protecting their data, and articulating the value of security investments.

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Are You For Real?! Going From Excuses to Authentic Selling and Living Your Dreams

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No more layoffs, tyrannical bosses, or the 9 to 5 grind. Freedom awaits you and it begins by saying “Yes” to sales and getting real with Coach David Stern. In ARE YOU FOR REAL?! you will learn how to:

Get real about your excuses and put them behind youFind perpetual job security through salesSell yourself to sell your productCultivate effective communication skillsTurn “No’s” into “Yes’s’ through persistenceDevelop essential negotiation and decision-making skillsSet realistic short-term goals while focused on the big picturePlan for success and prepare for the unexpectedCreate a work/life balance through proper time management

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