Mission Security: Enabling Secure Remote Work by Embracing Zero Trust

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Enabling secure remote work has never been as vital as it is today. This past year, the Microsoft Teams Engineering team, helped customers with a record number of net new deployments in the Microsoft Cloud. With the inevitable need to have end-users collaborate with agencies, partners, and customers remotely, security became paramount.

 

Moving beyond reliance on simple allow/deny access controls towards continuous monitoring of activities and contextual risk is a proven Zero Trust methodology that has been quintessential to Microsoft commitment towards the right security strategy, needed to enable and empower new ways to work.

 

Join this on-demand round table of Security and Teams experts as they converse on how Microsoft Teams is enabling the future of work, remotely and securely for private and public sectors.

 

 

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