Learn about Microsoft Secure Score, a quick way to find the priority next steps to take to improve your organization's security posture.
In this live webinar demo, we’ll delve into Microsoft Secure Score, which is a representation of your organization’s security posture, and your opportunity to improve it.
We’ll show you where to check your current Secure Score, and show how to implement the most common improvement actions. If you can’t get to the Secure Score, it could be you don’t have the right role or you may not have the right license.
You can see how your Secure Score has improved (or regressed) over time; and how your organization compares to others of the same size or in the same industry.
The Microsoft Secure Score is a great tool to quickly analyze your organization’s relative security posture. It provides lots of references and context for each suggested security improvement action, including detailed instructions, and next highest priority for implementation.
It doesn’t mean you have to implement all the security recommendations on day 1, but you will have a much better idea where you stand, and what your next steps should be when check in on your Secure Score on a regular basis.
Other Upcoming Power Moves Philly Events
We also have another Power Moves Philly event coming up on April 28th – where we have have guest speaker Joel Hinton of ClickDimensions, and Ian Smith, discussing Transforming Your Marketing in an All-Digital World.
Join Our Business Technology Study Group Sessions on Meetup
We’re now hosting free one-hour study sessions every Thursday for popular Microsoft Certification Exams. We started with Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) in March, 2021. We’ll then go with Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) in April, 2021. And then Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals (PL-900) in May, 2021. These will truly be group study sessions with open mic’s and collaborative discussion of the various topics and sample exam questions.
Please visit our Meetup Power Moves Philly group to sign-up for the latest study groups.