The next Windows and Devices Partners community call is on Thursday, January 19 at 12:00PM Eastern Time, 9:00AM Pacific Time. This month’s call will focus on Microsoft cybersecurity, with a specific focus on Windows 10.
Our guest presenter for this call is Johnnie Konstantas, Microsoft Senior Director of Marketing and Communications. She will share her findings of a security survey given to Enterprise CSOs. The security survey was conducted by Microsoft in December 2016 and revealed that threat detection and response, data protection, and identity and access management are the top priorities in customer enterprise environments. Microsoft has category leadership in all three of these areas, and Windows 10 is an underpinning of these innovative capabilities. During this community call, you will understand how Microsoft cybersecurity maps to the attacker kill chain, disrupting the progress of bad actors before data exfiltration and loss can occur.
Takeaways for this community call include the guidance and tools necessary to have a substantive discussion with security stakeholders around elevating organizational security posture with Windows 10.
Microsoft Security resources
- Learn more about Microsoft Secure
- Microsoft Trust Center: Security
- Cybersecurity on the Microsoft Secure Blog
- Microsoft Security Response Center
- Follow @Safer_Online on Twitter
Windows Accelerate funding
Windows Accelerate Funds are available to qualified partners for eligible customer engagements, including the Windows 10 Enterprise Security Integration Workshop, a four-day workshop that helps customers enhance the potential security benefits of Windows 10, Office 365, and Enterprise Mobility + Security in their environments.
Windows and Devices Partner Community
- Community call schedule
- Windows and Devices Partners Yammer group
- Community blog series
- Training and enablement
We look forward to continuing the conversation with you about the Windows 10 opportunity. We use our Windows and Devices Partner Community calls, blog posts, and Yammer group to share information and connect with you. If you’re serious about building and sustaining a profitable Windows practice, and want in-depth assistance, email WinRecruit@microsoft.com or post your question in the Yammer group.