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Satya Nadella on Cybersecurity and Microsoft’s new Cyber Defense Operations Center

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In this special Taste of Premier episode we welcome Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and GM of Microsoft’s Cloud Platform Julia White to discuss Microsoft’s new approach on cyber and operational security in our mobile-first, cloud-first world.

  • [1:48] Microsoft's approach to cybersecurity – Our mission
  • [4:50] Cybersecurity in 2015 and beyond – What does the landscape look like and how can we overcome these challenges?
  • [15:08] Microsoft's new security posture – Platform. Intelligence. Partners.
  • [18:40] DEMO: Microsoft new cybersecurity platform – addressing cybersecurity thefts
    • Passwords and Windows Hello
    • SaaS applications and Azure Active Directory
    • Protection from Malware with Office 365
    • Downloading apps from the web and Windows 10 Device Guard
    • Pass-the-Hash (PtH) and Windows 10 Credential Guard
    • Protection from Data loss with Windows Intune and Windows 10
    • Monitor and Detect Identity Theft with Microsoft 's Advanced Threat Analytics
    • Securing your entire Infrastructure (on-premise and in the cloud) with Azure Security Center

  • [38:41] Our Security Platform – Windows 10, Microsoft Azure and Office 365
  • [43:40] Microsoft's New Cyber Defense Operations Center
  • [47:01] Microsoft: Empowering every person & every organization on the planet to achieve more.

Need more info? Check out Microsoft.com/Security

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    Excellent solution and protection for all.

    God bless all.

  • Mirza Ghulam RasyidMirza Ghulam Rasyid

    That's excellent steps MS!! Keep it up. Hopefully, Windows becomes more secure and hard to be cracked by Hacker/Cracker!!

  • Excellent news again from MS.Thank you all for keep trying to make our digital world better and safer!

  • Harry SteinHarry Stein

    How will device guard (prevents download and installs) stop PC manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Asus, etc. from imaging out of the box software with services and processes that are unsigned (example, Realtek)? Buy a PC, install a typical new printer and launch Microsoft procexp and check out all the unsigned software! How do you get this cooperation? How do you run a complex Linux BIOS in a virtual machine once I allow it to be flashed and updated on my PC?

  • Laurens van der VleutenLaurens van der Vleuten

    Microsoft is going the wrong way.
    It is assuming everything is already cloud/cloud-only.
    Ignoring the many applications that aren't cloud capable.

    Windows Hello is a home user product.
    It is set up by the end-user, using it's own 4 digit PIN !
    Totally not suitable for Enterprise purpose.

    And with removing NAP from Windows 10 it creates an even bigger gap in Enterprise security, where you had the capability to nativly distinguish your Corporate devices from BYOD devices. And even put them in separate VLAN's for improved security.

    Not using some fancy new technology based on a hardware camera.
    But just by owning a device that is present in your AD.

    Read more about the last issue at:

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