November 22, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)
VP, Products & Innovation, Ben Menesi will be presenting the following two sessions at SPS Toronto 2019:
Office 365 from a hacker’s perspective: real-life threats, tactics, and remedies
Ben Menesi has been with panagenda since August 2019 and works with us as Vice President, products and innovation – with focus on our Microsoft Product line. Ben has significant experience working with fortune 500 customers around the globe on all things collaboration and security on both the IBM and Microsoft platforms, and he’s been speaking at technology events addressing audiences in over 15 countries over the past decade.
Office 365 environments are very attractive targets for attackers. So, it’s never been more important to understand how its security structure works, and how to best configure it. In this in-depth session, we’ll run through real-time attack scenarios and examine common attack vectors. And then we’ll explore the various defense capabilities of Office 365, the MS Graph API, and Azure AD. We’ll deep-dive into external sharing, authentication options, third-party application security (what apps should and shouldn’t be able to do), and even some do’s and don’ts regarding Azure AD endpoints and authorization mechanisms. You’ll walk away with a solid understanding of how to use the Office 365 defense tools at your disposal, such as the Attack Simulator and Threat Intelligence, as well as how they relate to real-world attacks.
For most organizations deploying Teams, only about 16% of employees turn out to be early adopters. That means, if you are or will be engaged in a Teams deployment, you’ve only got another 84% to get on board to ensure adoption budget isn’t wasted.
In this hybrid technical & adoption session, you will learn from real-world customer examples how usage and engagement analysis has helped others like you overcome common adoption problems.
We will go through all the available data sources such as the Teams Admin Center, Office365 Activity Reports, Microsoft Graph & PowerShell and how you can put them to work to better understand your organization’s usage patterns.
You will leave with a thorough understanding of the strengths and limitations of the data available to you and how to interpret and use this data to maximize user engagement in the shortest amount of time and ensure the best possible return on your investment.
Without communicating it through the Message Center, Microsoft recently rolled out an interesting add-on to the Teams landscape. From now on, any …