At our recent webinar in collaboration with Microsoft, we delved into the powerful ways in which Microsoft Surface can empower your organization to enhance its cyber resilience. Led by Nigel Brown, Vice President of Professional Services, the workshop shed light on the crucial role device choice plays in strengthening security measures, the critical features to implement, and how Microsoft Surface devices can take your cybersecurity efforts to new heights. We also discussed effective strategies for building cyber resilience, covering everything from secure hardware to efficient device deployment and management.
Device choice: A pivotal Factor in Cybersecurity
Selecting the right device for your organization is a critical component of a robust cybersecurity strategy. Nigel Brown emphasized that Microsoft Surface offers outstanding security features that are purpose-built for modern business needs. With advanced hardware security and innovative software solutions, Microsoft Surface guarantees a strong defense against cyber threats, safeguarding your sensitive data and intellectual property.
During the webinar, we highlighted several key features of Microsoft Surface that can significantly enhance your organization’s security posture. These features include:
Microsoft Surface devices are equipped with state-of-the-art biometric authentication, such as facial recognition and fingerprint scanners. These features provide an extra layer of protection, ensuring that only authorized individuals can access sensitive information.
Secure Boot and Firmware Protection
Microsoft Surface devices leverage features like Secure Boot and Firmware Protection to safeguard against firmware-level attacks. These security measures ensure that only authorized software is loaded during startup, preventing malicious code from compromising the system.
Data Protection and Encryption
With comprehensive data protection and encryption capabilities, Microsoft Surface ensures that your organization’s data remains secure, even in the event of a device loss or theft. Advanced features like BitLocker and Windows Information Protection keep your files and information safe from unauthorized access.
Building Cyber Resilience
A successful cybersecurity strategy goes beyond device choice and feature implementation. During the webinar, we explored strategies for building cyber resilience within your organization. Here are a few key takeaways:
Secure Hardware Lifecycle
Implementing a secure hardware lifecycle ensures that your devices remain protected throughout their usage. This involves regular updates, patches, and upgrades to address any potential vulnerabilities and maintain a strong security posture.
Device Deployment and Management
Efficient device deployment and management play a vital role in maintaining a secure environment. Microsoft Surface devices offer robust management tools, such as Microsoft Endpoint Manager, allowing you to centrally control and monitor devices, enforce security policies, and streamline updates and patches.
Employee Training and Awareness
A well-informed and trained workforce is a crucial defense against cyber threats. Educating your employees about best practices for cybersecurity, such as recognizing phishing attempts and using strong passwords, reduces the risk of human error leading to potential security breaches.
Don’t Miss Out on the Webinar!
We invite you to watch our webinar recording now to discover how Microsoft Surface can support your cybersecurity journey and help you build a more secure and resilient organization. The insightful session, led by Nigel Brown, is packed with expert insights and practical advice that can empower your decision-making process when it comes to bolstering your organization’s cyber resilience.
Secure your organization’s future by equipping it with the tools and knowledge necessary to combat ever-evolving cyber threats. Watch the webinar and embark on a transformative cybersecurity journey with Microsoft Surface today.