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The Microsoft Way

Date: Wednesday, 22 February 2023

Time: 8:00AM - 12:30PM

Location: Microsoft, 2 Kingdom Street, London, W2 6BD

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Join our expert speakers at the Microsoft's offices in London on Wednesday, 22 February 2023, to learn more about Microsoft Purview DLP, migration approaches from legacy technology and Insider Risk. 


During the morning sessions, we'll explore in detail Microsoft DLP and how we approach the migration of organisations from legacy DLP technology to Microsoft.  We'll take a comprehensive look at Microsoft's Purview DLP Roadmap, and what Microsoft have planned in this area.


We'll also examine Insider Risk, which is a very real problem. Last year, 69% of breaches involved insiders and yet only 10% of security budgets are focused on internal threats. We'll look at how Microsoft can help your organisation protect itself against key threats, such as IP theft and data leakage, and how to avoid rather than become yet another victim.

Key Takeaways
  • Learn the latest Microsoft DLP features and roadmap

  • Understanding common challenges and best practices for DLP implementation and migration

  • Understand Microsoft’s approach to Insider Risk

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Register and secure your place at the DLP, The Microsoft Way morning event 


About Performanta

Performanta was founded in 2010 and has over 150 staff worldwide, including former CIOs/CISOs from large enterprises. It has a global footprint with a team of 80 analysts working in two SOCs, helping to secure customers across 50 countries, from offices in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, South Africa and the USA. Performanta offers a consultative approach to people, process and technology, focusing on security projects in line with adversarial, accidental and environmental business risk. With a holistic cybersecurity view, we understand the modus operandi of the perpetrator and accordingly build an intelligent defence mechanism to make customer environments less susceptible to attacks.

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