On Wednesday the 12th of September iSense ICT Professionals will be the host for our 4th WMUG NL community meeting in 2018.
Program of the Meetup:
• 16:00 – 16:30 Reception and welcome by iSense ICT Professionals
• 16:30 – 17:30 Session 1: Priviledge Account & Password management of Implementing PAM as a service, by Jan Dijk
• 17:30 – 18:15 Session 2: AutoPilot …. When Users Drive IT, by 1E
• 18:15 – 19:15 Food, provided by iSense ICT Professionals
• 19:15 – 20:15 Session 3: Ten practical tips to secure your corporate data with Microsoft 365 –[masked] edition, by Peter Daalmans
• 20:15 – 21:15 drinks provided by iSense ICT Professionals
Detailed information about the sessions:
Session 1: Priviledge Account & Password management of Implementing PAM as a service
Jan Dijk, System Engineer with more than 23 years of experience & Founder of MCCS will talk about management of privileged accounts. How to discover them and store them safely within a fault. In this session you can expect a lot of experiences from the field, with some possible solutions to solve the challenges.
Session 2: AutoPilot …. When Users Drive IT
More and more in today’s connect-everywhere, work-everywhere world, users are demanding and expecting to be able to get online, access their files, install apps and even update their devices with the latest security and functionality features on their own via self-service. For many IT shops, the provisioning process to provide users with shiny new devices is disruptive, complex and manpower intensive. With AutoPilot, organizations can ‘just ship a new device to the user and the users can easily drive the process”. In this presentation, we’ll talk about the practical realities of implementing AutoPilot, real-world considerations and how to integrate this new scenario into existing IT service portfolios along with 1E technologies and solutions.
Session 3: Ten practical tips to secure your corporate data with Microsoft 365 –[masked] edition
Employees demanding access to your corporate data and apps on their often own devices so that they can be productive. This can be a challenge for you as the Administrator, IT Manager or security counterpart in your organization.
During this session you will learn, via 10 practical tips, how to allow users to bring their devices in your company and allow access to corporate data securely. You will learn when to use what product or what feature to comply to your own set of security rules.
Expect a demo heavy and fully up to date session based on real life experiences gained while working on many Microsoft 365 related projects! After this session you will be able to implement the tips in your own environment.